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1st Jul 20, 10:47am
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The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
1st Jul 20, 10:47am
1st Jul 20, 9:56am
Global log supply rising faster than demand. Sawn timber exports tough except for clear wood grades. Domestic market orders rising ahead of a large decline expected in Q4-2020
Global log supply rising faster than demand. Sawn timber exports tough except for clear wood grades. Domestic market orders rising ahead of a large decline expected in Q4-2020
1st Jul 20, 9:56am
1st Jul 20, 7:52am
Global equities round off a strong quarter with further gains. NZD and AUD well bid into month-end after falling last evening. UST yields push higher into month-end
Global equities round off a strong quarter with further gains. NZD and AUD well bid into month-end after falling last evening. UST yields push higher into month-end
1st Jul 20, 7:52am
1st Jul 20, 7:18am
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US economic data very weak; US housing stress rises; China factory PMIs expanding faster; Aussie housing risks rise; markets ignore risks; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; oil soft and gold at eight year high; NZ$1 = 64.5 USc; TWI-5 = 69.4
US economic data very weak; US housing stress rises; China factory PMIs expanding faster; Aussie housing risks rise; markets ignore risks; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; oil soft and gold at eight year high; NZ$1 = 64.5 USc; TWI-5 = 69.4
1st Jul 20, 7:18am
1st Jul 20, 5:02am
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June listings on Realestate.co.nz were up 20% compared to June last year while asking prices were sliding
June listings on Realestate.co.nz were up 20% compared to June last year while asking prices were sliding
1st Jul 20, 5:02am
30th Jun 20, 6:44pm
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Labour and National to support first reading of NZ First bill to increase the NZ Super residency requirement from 10 to 20 years 
Labour and National to support first reading of NZ First bill to increase the NZ Super residency requirement from 10 to 20 years 
30th Jun 20, 6:44pm
30th Jun 20, 4:59pm
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Robertson challenges claims he'll go on a pre-election spending spree, saying helicopter money isn't imminent and he wants to maintain a cash buffer
Robertson challenges claims he'll go on a pre-election spending spree, saying helicopter money isn't imminent and he wants to maintain a cash buffer
30th Jun 20, 4:59pm
30th Jun 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; job losses coming, farmer confidence low, consumer debt levels fall, TD balances rise, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; job losses coming, farmer confidence low, consumer debt levels fall, TD balances rise, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
30th Jun 20, 3:59pm
30th Jun 20, 3:28pm
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New Reserve Bank figures show that despite plunging interest rates Kiwis put the most money away in term deposits last month for a year
New Reserve Bank figures show that despite plunging interest rates Kiwis put the most money away in term deposits last month for a year
30th Jun 20, 3:28pm
30th Jun 20, 2:28pm
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New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
30th Jun 20, 2:28pm
30th Jun 20, 1:24pm
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ANZ Business Outlook survey indicates that 'the recession is just starting to make itself felt'
ANZ Business Outlook survey indicates that 'the recession is just starting to make itself felt'
30th Jun 20, 1:24pm
30th Jun 20, 12:27pm
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APEC to be hosted virtually, as Government can't guarantee it'll be able to let large numbers of people into NZ from late-2020 ahead of the November 2021 event
APEC to be hosted virtually, as Government can't guarantee it'll be able to let large numbers of people into NZ from late-2020 ahead of the November 2021 event
30th Jun 20, 12:27pm
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
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New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
30th Jun 20, 10:20am
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HSBC economist Paul Bloxham suggests the New Zealand economy is heading for a 'V-shaped bounce back' while Australia faces a 'U-shaped economic recovery'
HSBC economist Paul Bloxham suggests the New Zealand economy is heading for a 'V-shaped bounce back' while Australia faces a 'U-shaped economic recovery'
30th Jun 20, 10:20am
30th Jun 20, 10:03am
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Steady auction activity suggests the housing market is settling into normal winter trading
Steady auction activity suggests the housing market is settling into normal winter trading
30th Jun 20, 10:03am
30th Jun 20, 9:34am
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Brian Fallow takes a look at the National Party's heel dragging on climate change, suggesting the party is the climate’s fair weather friend
Brian Fallow takes a look at the National Party's heel dragging on climate change, suggesting the party is the climate’s fair weather friend
30th Jun 20, 9:34am
30th Jun 20, 7:50am
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Risk sentiment starts the week on a positive note supported by US economic data and lack of fresh negative news. Most currencies and US Treasury movements muted
Risk sentiment starts the week on a positive note supported by US economic data and lack of fresh negative news. Most currencies and US Treasury movements muted
30th Jun 20, 7:50am
30th Jun 20, 7:26am
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Bouncebacks for US house sales, Canadian building permits, Japan retail sales fail to inspire; China exerts social control through banking; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil firm and gold soft; NZ$1 = 64.1 USc; TWI-5 = 69.1
Bouncebacks for US house sales, Canadian building permits, Japan retail sales fail to inspire; China exerts social control through banking; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil firm and gold soft; NZ$1 = 64.1 USc; TWI-5 = 69.1
30th Jun 20, 7:26am
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29th Jun 20, 7:21pm
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Green Party's wealth tax sees Jacinda Ardern distance herself from the policy and National lump Labour in with the Greens
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Green Party's wealth tax sees Jacinda Ardern distance herself from the policy and National lump Labour in with the Greens
29th Jun 20, 7:21pm
29th Jun 20, 5:23pm
Treasury estimated $6.5 billion could be lent via the IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme, costing the Crown $3.25 billion
Treasury estimated $6.5 billion could be lent via the IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme, costing the Crown $3.25 billion
29th Jun 20, 5:23pm

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