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27th Jun 20, 9:31am
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Credit unions and building societies are battling away, serving regional New Zealand during these tough times. Could the Provincial Growth Fund, or the RBNZ, help them shore their positions up and even grow?
Credit unions and building societies are battling away, serving regional New Zealand during these tough times. Could the Provincial Growth Fund, or the RBNZ, help them shore their positions up and even grow?
27th Jun 20, 9:31am
27th Jun 20, 9:02am
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Apartments with remediation issues are fetching particularly low prices - one sold for just $35,000 while another with a declared reserve of just one dollar was passed in
Apartments with remediation issues are fetching particularly low prices - one sold for just $35,000 while another with a declared reserve of just one dollar was passed in
27th Jun 20, 9:02am
27th Jun 20, 8:29am
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Fed imposes restraints on banks; US consumer sentiment weak; US spending and income tracks unsustainable; Wall Street sinks; China doused; RBA reveals fears; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.3 USc; TWI-5 = 69.2
Fed imposes restraints on banks; US consumer sentiment weak; US spending and income tracks unsustainable; Wall Street sinks; China doused; RBA reveals fears; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.3 USc; TWI-5 = 69.2
27th Jun 20, 8:29am
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26th Jun 20, 4:34pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson says average $35 mln annual funding increase for RBNZ over five years comes with staff numbers expected to increase by 172
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson says average $35 mln annual funding increase for RBNZ over five years comes with staff numbers expected to increase by 172
26th Jun 20, 4:34pm
26th Jun 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Westpac cuts rates, banks undermine least-cost routing, consumer confidence weak, big money thrown at tourism industry, swaps unchanged, NZD firm, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Westpac cuts rates, banks undermine least-cost routing, consumer confidence weak, big money thrown at tourism industry, swaps unchanged, NZD firm, & more
26th Jun 20, 3:59pm
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26th Jun 20, 3:44pm
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The Business Finance Guarantee Scheme that's failed to fly was announced on the fly, without banks on board and with Treasury aware small business were actually most in need
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The Business Finance Guarantee Scheme that's failed to fly was announced on the fly, without banks on board and with Treasury aware small business were actually most in need
26th Jun 20, 3:44pm
26th Jun 20, 12:13pm
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Guy Trafford takes some time off in the Aoraki-Mt Cook region and is reminded of what makes New Zealand so very special. He also sees how much work there is to do to keep it that way
Guy Trafford takes some time off in the Aoraki-Mt Cook region and is reminded of what makes New Zealand so very special. He also sees how much work there is to do to keep it that way
26th Jun 20, 12:13pm
26th Jun 20, 11:51am
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Big banks starting to unwind COVID-19 inspired free contactless debit transactions for small business customers
Big banks starting to unwind COVID-19 inspired free contactless debit transactions for small business customers
26th Jun 20, 11:51am
26th Jun 20, 10:08am
Fonterra names Peter McBride as new chairman to succeed John Monaghan in November
Fonterra names Peter McBride as new chairman to succeed John Monaghan in November
26th Jun 20, 10:08am
26th Jun 20, 8:00am
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Choppy trading but little net change in equities, rates or FX. Fed releases US banks stress tests this morning. NZD outperforms overnight (+0.2%) as it continues to track the S&P500
Choppy trading but little net change in equities, rates or FX. Fed releases US banks stress tests this morning. NZD outperforms overnight (+0.2%) as it continues to track the S&P500
26th Jun 20, 8:00am
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26th Jun 20, 7:34am
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Retail investors remain relatively upbeat and continue to pour into equity markets, all the while the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide grows
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Retail investors remain relatively upbeat and continue to pour into equity markets, all the while the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide grows
26th Jun 20, 7:34am
26th Jun 20, 7:26am
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Updated US economic data all very weak; India to block Chinese trade; China refocuses internally; Wirecard collapses; Aussie household wealth drops sharply; UST 10yr yield at 0.68%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.3 USc; TWI-5 = 69.2
Updated US economic data all very weak; India to block Chinese trade; China refocuses internally; Wirecard collapses; Aussie household wealth drops sharply; UST 10yr yield at 0.68%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.3 USc; TWI-5 = 69.2
26th Jun 20, 7:26am
26th Jun 20, 5:00am
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Consistent sales rates around 50% being achieved at residential property auctions
Consistent sales rates around 50% being achieved at residential property auctions
26th Jun 20, 5:00am
25th Jun 20, 6:26pm
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1 News-Colmar Brunton Poll: Support for Labour drops back amid border problems and as Todd Muller takes over National's leadership
1 News-Colmar Brunton Poll: Support for Labour drops back amid border problems and as Todd Muller takes over National's leadership
25th Jun 20, 6:26pm
25th Jun 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many TD rate cuts, better affordability, smaller trade deficit, investor confidence up, rising yields, swaps flatten, NZ lower, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many TD rate cuts, better affordability, smaller trade deficit, investor confidence up, rising yields, swaps flatten, NZ lower, & more
25th Jun 20, 3:59pm
25th Jun 20, 3:33pm
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Monthly mortgage borrowing shot up 57% in May compared with the lockdown month of April - but the figure of $4.3 bln advanced was still down by about a third compared with the same month a year ago
Monthly mortgage borrowing shot up 57% in May compared with the lockdown month of April - but the figure of $4.3 bln advanced was still down by about a third compared with the same month a year ago
25th Jun 20, 3:33pm
25th Jun 20, 2:20pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #729; Tender Date 25 Jun 2020
NZ Govt Bond Tender #729; Tender Date 25 Jun 2020
25th Jun 20, 2:20pm
25th Jun 20, 2:09pm
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Our central bank might have delayed any potential move into negative interest rates, but only a hardened gambler would bet against our Official Cash Rate having a minus sign in front of it by early next year
Our central bank might have delayed any potential move into negative interest rates, but only a hardened gambler would bet against our Official Cash Rate having a minus sign in front of it by early next year
25th Jun 20, 2:09pm
25th Jun 20, 12:19pm
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House prices at the bottom end of the market have declined 7.3% from their March peak, while mortgage interest rates continue to slide
House prices at the bottom end of the market have declined 7.3% from their March peak, while mortgage interest rates continue to slide
25th Jun 20, 12:19pm
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
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Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
25th Jun 20, 11:15am

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