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17th Aug 19, 8:25am
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US housing starts drop; US sentiment drops; China tax collection change; Hong Kong growth evaporates; Malaysia growth up; equity markets chase stimulus plans; UST 10yr 1.54%; oil up and gold down; NZD devalued by -4.5%
US housing starts drop; US sentiment drops; China tax collection change; Hong Kong growth evaporates; Malaysia growth up; equity markets chase stimulus plans; UST 10yr 1.54%; oil up and gold down; NZD devalued by -4.5%
17th Aug 19, 8:25am
17th Aug 19, 6:23am
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The money being spent on major home renovations is declining in Auckland and Canterbury but rising in Wellington, with results mixed in other centres
The money being spent on major home renovations is declining in Auckland and Canterbury but rising in Wellington, with results mixed in other centres
17th Aug 19, 6:23am
16th Aug 19, 4:47pm
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Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the effect on Auckland urban development of government plans to protect food producing land is not yet clear
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the effect on Auckland urban development of government plans to protect food producing land is not yet clear
16th Aug 19, 4:47pm
16th Aug 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; some big rate changes, factories gloomy, house price expectations up, big lift in ship cruise business, swaps fall; NZD flat, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; some big rate changes, factories gloomy, house price expectations up, big lift in ship cruise business, swaps fall; NZD flat, & more
16th Aug 19, 3:59pm
16th Aug 19, 2:33pm
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Auckland Mayoral candidate John Tamihere talks big with his latest campaign promises
Auckland Mayoral candidate John Tamihere talks big with his latest campaign promises
16th Aug 19, 2:33pm
16th Aug 19, 11:05am
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Treasury cuts its risk-free Kiwi Bond interest rate to 1.00% for all terms, down from 1.50%
Treasury cuts its risk-free Kiwi Bond interest rate to 1.00% for all terms, down from 1.50%
16th Aug 19, 11:05am
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16th Aug 19, 10:40am
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BusinessNZ CEO Kirk Hope criticises the RBNZ for being 'pretty active' and surprising business, RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr hits back saying the RBNZ is 'forward-looking and transparent'
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BusinessNZ CEO Kirk Hope criticises the RBNZ for being 'pretty active' and surprising business, RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr hits back saying the RBNZ is 'forward-looking and transparent'
16th Aug 19, 10:40am
16th Aug 19, 10:00am
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Andrea Black on: Progressive or not? Tax efficiency still lives, or does it? Having capital gains taxation without a capital gains tax and what happened to the tax advocate?
Andrea Black on: Progressive or not? Tax efficiency still lives, or does it? Having capital gains taxation without a capital gains tax and what happened to the tax advocate?
16th Aug 19, 10:00am
16th Aug 19, 9:55am
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Lower interest rates may already be affecting buyer turnout and confidence at residential property auctions
Lower interest rates may already be affecting buyer turnout and confidence at residential property auctions
16th Aug 19, 9:55am
16th Aug 19, 9:25am
CEO Chris Flood says Heartland Bank's small size relative to competitors and high net interest margin gives him comfort the bank can continue to grow deposits
CEO Chris Flood says Heartland Bank's small size relative to competitors and high net interest margin gives him comfort the bank can continue to grow deposits
16th Aug 19, 9:25am
16th Aug 19, 7:56am
Local currencies fare relatively well as the bond yield dives gather pace. ECB policy makers primed for more QE. Equities whipsawed. Brexit gets even messier. Markets see further RBNZ cuts
Local currencies fare relatively well as the bond yield dives gather pace. ECB policy makers primed for more QE. Equities whipsawed. Brexit gets even messier. Markets see further RBNZ cuts
16th Aug 19, 7:56am
16th Aug 19, 7:30am
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US retail sales pick up; but US factory production weakens; Canada house sales rise again, jobs too; equity markets on hold; central bank cuts mount; China house prices up; UST 10yr yield at 1.53%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.5 USc; TWI-5 = 69.8
US retail sales pick up; but US factory production weakens; Canada house sales rise again, jobs too; equity markets on hold; central bank cuts mount; China house prices up; UST 10yr yield at 1.53%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.5 USc; TWI-5 = 69.8
16th Aug 19, 7:30am
16th Aug 19, 12:02am
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The mortgage war takes interest rates down to levels never seen before for fixed home loans with Kiwibank the latest to offer a market leading rate
The mortgage war takes interest rates down to levels never seen before for fixed home loans with Kiwibank the latest to offer a market leading rate
16th Aug 19, 12:02am
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15th Aug 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many rate cuts, population adjusted down, NZGB bond yield sinks, Heartland profit rises, swaps drop, NZD stable, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many rate cuts, population adjusted down, NZGB bond yield sinks, Heartland profit rises, swaps drop, NZD stable, & more
15th Aug 19, 3:59pm
15th Aug 19, 3:41pm
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The Auckland Council's dividends from the Ports of Auckland will be seriously cut according to new projections
The Auckland Council's dividends from the Ports of Auckland will be seriously cut according to new projections
15th Aug 19, 3:41pm
15th Aug 19, 12:21pm
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Why now more than ever the governing parties need to be even-keeled and evidence-based to give businesses the certainty they need to invest
Why now more than ever the governing parties need to be even-keeled and evidence-based to give businesses the certainty they need to invest
15th Aug 19, 12:21pm
15th Aug 19, 10:59am
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Term deposit rates go down over the cliff with 3% fading over the horizon quickly as the pace of reductions picks up and spreads to most institutions
Term deposit rates go down over the cliff with 3% fading over the horizon quickly as the pace of reductions picks up and spreads to most institutions
15th Aug 19, 10:59am
15th Aug 19, 10:49am
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Heartland Group Holdings has reported after-tax profits of $73.6 million for the June financial year and is forecasting a profit of between $77 million and $80 million for the forthcoming year
Heartland Group Holdings has reported after-tax profits of $73.6 million for the June financial year and is forecasting a profit of between $77 million and $80 million for the forthcoming year
15th Aug 19, 10:49am
15th Aug 19, 10:02am
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More than 10,500 new homes completed in Auckland in year to June with numbers still rising strongly
More than 10,500 new homes completed in Auckland in year to June with numbers still rising strongly
15th Aug 19, 10:02am
15th Aug 19, 9:48am
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Harmoney hires former FlexiGroup NZ boss David Stevens as its new CEO with capital raise and extension of bank warehouse facility immediate priorities
Harmoney hires former FlexiGroup NZ boss David Stevens as its new CEO with capital raise and extension of bank warehouse facility immediate priorities
15th Aug 19, 9:48am

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