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11th May 21, 7:37am
Inflation expectations continue to rise, US 10y BEIs up to a fresh 8-year high; industrial commodity prices stretch higher. Further rotation out of tech stocks into "value". GBP gains over 1% post Scottish elections
Inflation expectations continue to rise, US 10y BEIs up to a fresh 8-year high; industrial commodity prices stretch higher. Further rotation out of tech stocks into "value". GBP gains over 1% post Scottish elections
11th May 21, 7:37am
11th May 21, 7:19am
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Commodity prices jump; US inflation expectations rise; trucking costs jump; Chinese steelmakers raise prices; Aussie NAB business confidence high; UST 10yr at 1.60%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.9 USc; TWI-5 = 74.3
Commodity prices jump; US inflation expectations rise; trucking costs jump; Chinese steelmakers raise prices; Aussie NAB business confidence high; UST 10yr at 1.60%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.9 USc; TWI-5 = 74.3
11th May 21, 7:19am
10th May 21, 5:05pm
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China’s goal of being the largest economic power by 2035 may run into demographic headwinds. ANZ's Raymond Yeung assesses how this handbrake affects its chances of "winning the 21st Century"
China’s goal of being the largest economic power by 2035 may run into demographic headwinds. ANZ's Raymond Yeung assesses how this handbrake affects its chances of "winning the 21st Century"
10th May 21, 5:05pm
10th May 21, 4:07pm
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Government sets aside space in MIQ facilities for around 150 seasonal workers and 24 construction workers to come to NZ every fortnight
Government sets aside space in MIQ facilities for around 150 seasonal workers and 24 construction workers to come to NZ every fortnight
10th May 21, 4:07pm
10th May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; SBS Bank and HSBC cut mortgage rates, explosion in mortgage credit checking, ATM dives, more bonds coming, swaps firm, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; SBS Bank and HSBC cut mortgage rates, explosion in mortgage credit checking, ATM dives, more bonds coming, swaps firm, NZD stable, & more
10th May 21, 3:59pm
10th May 21, 3:06pm
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BNZ economists see inflation getting close to 3% by the end of the year and say it will take a 'determinedly dovish' RBNZ to 'look through' the rise
BNZ economists see inflation getting close to 3% by the end of the year and say it will take a 'determinedly dovish' RBNZ to 'look through' the rise
10th May 21, 3:06pm
10th May 21, 1:42pm
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Credit firm Equifax says the surge in mortgage activity by the big banks has driven a more than 100% rise in credit inquiries
Credit firm Equifax says the surge in mortgage activity by the big banks has driven a more than 100% rise in credit inquiries
10th May 21, 1:42pm
10th May 21, 11:27am
Even though the US non-farm data seemed weak as reported, the actual (non-seasonally adjusted) hiring levels were very strong, better than expected, reports Steven Dooley
Even though the US non-farm data seemed weak as reported, the actual (non-seasonally adjusted) hiring levels were very strong, better than expected, reports Steven Dooley
10th May 21, 11:27am
10th May 21, 11:03am
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Grant Robertson commits to increasing the amount of money allocated towards new operational and capital expenditure in next Thursday's Budget, all the while reducing debt faster than planned
Grant Robertson commits to increasing the amount of money allocated towards new operational and capital expenditure in next Thursday's Budget, all the while reducing debt faster than planned
10th May 21, 11:03am
10th May 21, 11:01am
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One time glamour stock a2 Milk Company has announced massive stock write-offs for the year of over $100 mln and slashed its earnings guidance
One time glamour stock a2 Milk Company has announced massive stock write-offs for the year of over $100 mln and slashed its earnings guidance
10th May 21, 11:01am
10th May 21, 9:33am
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Chris Trotter argues that Labour has thrown out the old Political Rule Book, and that the new game they’re playing is no longer called 'Democracy' but 'Holding On To Power At All Costs'
Chris Trotter argues that Labour has thrown out the old Political Rule Book, and that the new game they’re playing is no longer called 'Democracy' but 'Holding On To Power At All Costs'
10th May 21, 9:33am
10th May 21, 8:27am
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Roger J Kerr says there are a number of handbrakes adversely impacting on the NZ economy
Roger J Kerr says there are a number of handbrakes adversely impacting on the NZ economy
10th May 21, 8:27am
10th May 21, 7:45am
Payrolls much weaker than expected fuelling expectations the Fed will stick to its ultra-accommodative stance. Commodity prices continue to surge - copper hits record high. US 10-year breakeven inflation breaks above 2.5
Payrolls much weaker than expected fuelling expectations the Fed will stick to its ultra-accommodative stance. Commodity prices continue to surge - copper hits record high. US 10-year breakeven inflation breaks above 2.5
10th May 21, 7:45am
10th May 21, 7:19am
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China's expansion gains momentum; US non-farm payrolls disappoint; US productivity jumps; UK disunited; Aussie house values surge; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil and gold stable; NZ$1 = 72.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
China's expansion gains momentum; US non-farm payrolls disappoint; US productivity jumps; UK disunited; Aussie house values surge; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil and gold stable; NZ$1 = 72.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
10th May 21, 7:19am
9th May 21, 9:59am
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The Week in Tax: Time to rethink how we tax residential property investment? The latest draft guidance for taxing cryptoassets, and the latest tax audit claim stats from Accountancy Insurance
The Week in Tax: Time to rethink how we tax residential property investment? The latest draft guidance for taxing cryptoassets, and the latest tax audit claim stats from Accountancy Insurance
9th May 21, 9:59am
9th May 21, 6:01am
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Productivity improvements are hard. But research shows than the biggest gains can be had by simply “catching up” with existing best practices. A missing collective aspiration to be better, to trying harder, is holding us back
Productivity improvements are hard. But research shows than the biggest gains can be had by simply “catching up” with existing best practices. A missing collective aspiration to be better, to trying harder, is holding us back
9th May 21, 6:01am
8th May 21, 11:56am
Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
8th May 21, 11:56am
8th May 21, 11:07am
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Why now would be a good time for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to publish stress test results for individual banks, says Martien Lubberink
Why now would be a good time for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to publish stress test results for individual banks, says Martien Lubberink
8th May 21, 11:07am
8th May 21, 10:48am
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Koichi Hamada examines the conflicting economic and political pressures that the Biden administration must navigate on immigration policy
Koichi Hamada examines the conflicting economic and political pressures that the Biden administration must navigate on immigration policy
8th May 21, 10:48am
8th May 21, 9:37am
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Without an overall umbrella system, New Zealand's varying sector claims to producing food in an environmental sustainable way lacks credibility, new research shows. And no progress to remedying that flaw
Without an overall umbrella system, New Zealand's varying sector claims to producing food in an environmental sustainable way lacks credibility, new research shows. And no progress to remedying that flaw
8th May 21, 9:37am
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8th May 21, 8:45am
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US non-farm payrolls in big miss; Canada too; US productivity jumps; China's service sector gets momentum; China exports surge; RBA can't find wage growth; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
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US non-farm payrolls in big miss; Canada too; US productivity jumps; China's service sector gets momentum; China exports surge; RBA can't find wage growth; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
8th May 21, 8:45am
8th May 21, 8:10am
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The sales rate at property auctions has declined from about three quarters to just over half over the last three months
The sales rate at property auctions has declined from about three quarters to just over half over the last three months
8th May 21, 8:10am
8th May 21, 6:30am
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It was created as a joke but now has a market capitalisation above US$70 billion. What is it? Dogecoin of course
It was created as a joke but now has a market capitalisation above US$70 billion. What is it? Dogecoin of course
8th May 21, 6:30am
7th May 21, 4:50pm
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SBS Bank's new very low one year fixed rate offer is available for first home buyers with only a 10%+ deposit. Others need 20%. Investors need 40%.
SBS Bank's new very low one year fixed rate offer is available for first home buyers with only a 10%+ deposit. Others need 20%. Investors need 40%.
7th May 21, 4:50pm
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7th May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; TD rates inch up, inflation expectations jump, good faith out & compulsion in, thumbs down for Fonterra, swaps firm, NZD firm, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; TD rates inch up, inflation expectations jump, good faith out & compulsion in, thumbs down for Fonterra, swaps firm, NZD firm, & more
7th May 21, 3:59pm

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