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20th Jun 21, 12:53pm
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Brahma Chellaney says the Communist Party of China's centenary is nothing to celebrate for neighbouring countries downriver
Brahma Chellaney says the Communist Party of China's centenary is nothing to celebrate for neighbouring countries downriver
20th Jun 21, 12:53pm
20th Jun 21, 11:00am
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Terry Baucher looks at the G-7 agreement for a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent, the Climate Change Commission's release of its final advice to the Government, and what is a work-related vehicle
Terry Baucher looks at the G-7 agreement for a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent, the Climate Change Commission's release of its final advice to the Government, and what is a work-related vehicle
20th Jun 21, 11:00am
20th Jun 21, 10:52am
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Hélène Rey explains how financial regulatory authorities should manage the transition to a net-zero-carbon economy
Hélène Rey explains how financial regulatory authorities should manage the transition to a net-zero-carbon economy
20th Jun 21, 10:52am
20th Jun 21, 6:01am
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If mortgage rates start moving up, perhaps you should think about locking in some of the current low rates for longer than your current contract. We review the issues you need to think about
If mortgage rates start moving up, perhaps you should think about locking in some of the current low rates for longer than your current contract. We review the issues you need to think about
20th Jun 21, 6:01am
19th Jun 21, 10:31am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Harry Clark, a key link between farmers and the Climate Change Commission policy drivers. He has clear messages for farmers - and an optimistic view if the work is done (starting yesterday)
Angus Kebbell talks with Harry Clark, a key link between farmers and the Climate Change Commission policy drivers. He has clear messages for farmers - and an optimistic view if the work is done (starting yesterday)
19th Jun 21, 10:31am
19th Jun 21, 9:13am
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Eric Posner explains why the "New Brandeisians", with their focus on political influence, are winning today's debate
Eric Posner explains why the "New Brandeisians", with their focus on political influence, are winning today's debate
19th Jun 21, 9:13am
19th Jun 21, 9:01am
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We take a look at where banks' mortgage serviceability test rates are at against the backdrop of news the RBNZ could set these as a debt serviceability restriction
We take a look at where banks' mortgage serviceability test rates are at against the backdrop of news the RBNZ could set these as a debt serviceability restriction
19th Jun 21, 9:01am
19th Jun 21, 8:56am
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Intensive sheep farms have been squeezed by dairy and are now drifting to beef with wool right out of the money
Intensive sheep farms have been squeezed by dairy and are now drifting to beef with wool right out of the money
19th Jun 21, 8:56am
19th Jun 21, 8:20am
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A key Fed official sees rate hikes sooner; US Fed's balance sheet fattens; China super-sensitive about crop reporting; German costs jump; eyes on RBA's next rate move; UST 10yr stays at 1.45%; gold down and oil firm; NZ$1 = 69.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.1
A key Fed official sees rate hikes sooner; US Fed's balance sheet fattens; China super-sensitive about crop reporting; German costs jump; eyes on RBA's next rate move; UST 10yr stays at 1.45%; gold down and oil firm; NZ$1 = 69.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.1
19th Jun 21, 8:20am
19th Jun 21, 6:13am
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Fewer properties being offered at auction in June but the sales rate is holding up
Fewer properties being offered at auction in June but the sales rate is holding up
19th Jun 21, 6:13am
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18th Jun 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday: Fitch likes NZ prospects, Auckland housing completion slow, carbon price up, ATM turns corner? gold drops, swaps firm, NZD weak, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday: Fitch likes NZ prospects, Auckland housing completion slow, carbon price up, ATM turns corner? gold drops, swaps firm, NZD weak, & more
18th Jun 21, 3:59pm
18th Jun 21, 11:53am
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Fitch Solutions says the New Zealand economy is on the path of a strong recovery
Fitch Solutions says the New Zealand economy is on the path of a strong recovery
18th Jun 21, 11:53am
18th Jun 21, 11:12am
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Employers who hire 'contractors' that are later judged to be employees can face substantial costs and penalties. Employment NZ sets out the proper way to make this distinction
Employers who hire 'contractors' that are later judged to be employees can face substantial costs and penalties. Employment NZ sets out the proper way to make this distinction
18th Jun 21, 11:12am
18th Jun 21, 10:59am
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Fewer new homes now being completed in Auckland compared to the second half of last year
Fewer new homes now being completed in Auckland compared to the second half of last year
18th Jun 21, 10:59am
18th Jun 21, 10:40am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics probes the rise of US inflation and says it's primarily a temporary consequence of the pandemic 
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics probes the rise of US inflation and says it's primarily a temporary consequence of the pandemic 
18th Jun 21, 10:40am
18th Jun 21, 9:25am
RBNZ responds favourably to banks' concerns around terms sheets, dividend stoppers and foreign law oversight in capital review
RBNZ responds favourably to banks' concerns around terms sheets, dividend stoppers and foreign law oversight in capital review
18th Jun 21, 9:25am
18th Jun 21, 8:06am
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Positioning shakeout post-Fed evident in commodities, currencies and Treasuries curve. Commodities plunge, taking NZD and AUD to fresh lows. Strong NZ GDP brings RBNZ policy tightening expectations forward
Positioning shakeout post-Fed evident in commodities, currencies and Treasuries curve. Commodities plunge, taking NZD and AUD to fresh lows. Strong NZ GDP brings RBNZ policy tightening expectations forward
18th Jun 21, 8:06am
18th Jun 21, 7:18am
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NZ inches up the competitiveness rankings; US dollar zooms higher; China port congestion grows serious; Aussie population growth stalls; UST 10yr stays at 1.51%; gold and oil down sharply; NZ$1 = 70 USc; TWI-5 = 72.5
NZ inches up the competitiveness rankings; US dollar zooms higher; China port congestion grows serious; Aussie population growth stalls; UST 10yr stays at 1.51%; gold and oil down sharply; NZ$1 = 70 USc; TWI-5 = 72.5
18th Jun 21, 7:18am
17th Jun 21, 4:53pm
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Guy Trafford takes his livestock risk management for nitrate poisoning and wonders how these risks apply to humans - and finds salad eaters need to moderate their enthusiasm
Guy Trafford takes his livestock risk management for nitrate poisoning and wonders how these risks apply to humans - and finds salad eaters need to moderate their enthusiasm
17th Jun 21, 4:53pm
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17th Jun 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; some minor retail rate changes, big positive GDP surprise, big market reaction, NZGB issues, swaps up, NZD holds net, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; some minor retail rate changes, big positive GDP surprise, big market reaction, NZGB issues, swaps up, NZD holds net, & more
17th Jun 21, 3:59pm
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17th Jun 21, 3:45pm
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Interest deductibility centre court, as the back and forth between the Government and Reserve Bank over mortgage lending restrictions plays out in the background
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Interest deductibility centre court, as the back and forth between the Government and Reserve Bank over mortgage lending restrictions plays out in the background
17th Jun 21, 3:45pm
17th Jun 21, 2:49pm
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Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
17th Jun 21, 2:49pm
17th Jun 21, 2:13pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #772; Tender Date 17 Jun 2021
NZ Govt Bond Tender #772; Tender Date 17 Jun 2021
17th Jun 21, 2:13pm
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17th Jun 21, 11:05am
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ANZ economists now forecast the Reserve Bank will start increasing the Official Cash Rate in February next year following the stunning 1.6% GDP rise for the March quarter
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ANZ economists now forecast the Reserve Bank will start increasing the Official Cash Rate in February next year following the stunning 1.6% GDP rise for the March quarter
17th Jun 21, 11:05am
17th Jun 21, 10:30am
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The RBNZ finally gets conditional agreement from the Finance Minister for debt serviceability tools, but the initial one it's able to use is likely to be one pushed by the bank lobby group
The RBNZ finally gets conditional agreement from the Finance Minister for debt serviceability tools, but the initial one it's able to use is likely to be one pushed by the bank lobby group
17th Jun 21, 10:30am

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