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24th Nov 20, 6:39pm
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Guy Trafford observes that when New Zealand producers are required to adhere to higher standards the result is not a general improvement in standards, but a free pass to importers to undercut them. Consumers then side with the importers
Guy Trafford observes that when New Zealand producers are required to adhere to higher standards the result is not a general improvement in standards, but a free pass to importers to undercut them. Consumers then side with the importers
24th Nov 20, 6:39pm
24th Nov 20, 5:38pm
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Adrian Orr to consider Grant Robertson's call for the RBNZ to take account of house prices, but says: 'Our monetary policy actions have been, and will continue to be, effective in supporting the economy'
Adrian Orr to consider Grant Robertson's call for the RBNZ to take account of house prices, but says: 'Our monetary policy actions have been, and will continue to be, effective in supporting the economy'
24th Nov 20, 5:38pm
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24th Nov 20, 4:23pm
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BNZ says it will reintroduce loan-to-value ratio restrictions on low deposit home loans from December 7 as Reserve Bank moves to formally restore them
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BNZ says it will reintroduce loan-to-value ratio restrictions on low deposit home loans from December 7 as Reserve Bank moves to formally restore them
24th Nov 20, 4:23pm
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24th Nov 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; HUGE policy shift, dodgy developer fined, insurers settle up, bank margins improve, swaps jump, NZD jumps, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; HUGE policy shift, dodgy developer fined, insurers settle up, bank margins improve, swaps jump, NZD jumps, & more
24th Nov 20, 3:59pm
24th Nov 20, 3:21pm
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Both IAG and Tower have followed Suncorp in reaching the end of long-running disputes with the Earthquake Commission (EQC) relating to the apportioning of costs between the state and private insurers relating to the Canterbury earthquakes
Both IAG and Tower have followed Suncorp in reaching the end of long-running disputes with the Earthquake Commission (EQC) relating to the apportioning of costs between the state and private insurers relating to the Canterbury earthquakes
24th Nov 20, 3:21pm
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24th Nov 20, 2:01pm
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Robertson writes to Orr - proposes requiring Monetary Policy Committee to avoid unnecessary instability in house prices; NZD rises
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Robertson writes to Orr - proposes requiring Monetary Policy Committee to avoid unnecessary instability in house prices; NZD rises
24th Nov 20, 2:01pm
24th Nov 20, 1:49pm
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As Barfoot & Thompson's auction numbers continue to rise the sales rate stabilises around 60%
As Barfoot & Thompson's auction numbers continue to rise the sales rate stabilises around 60%
24th Nov 20, 1:49pm
24th Nov 20, 1:13pm
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Economic researcher NZIER says the wave of stimulus provided is pointing to a 'V-shaped recovery' for the New Zealand economy
Economic researcher NZIER says the wave of stimulus provided is pointing to a 'V-shaped recovery' for the New Zealand economy
24th Nov 20, 1:13pm
24th Nov 20, 11:50am
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Credit bureau Centrix says nearly a fifth of Kiwi superannuitants still have a mortgage
Credit bureau Centrix says nearly a fifth of Kiwi superannuitants still have a mortgage
24th Nov 20, 11:50am
24th Nov 20, 10:00am
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Auckland's housing crisis starting to ease as supply starts to overtake demand and accumulated housing shortage starts to shrink
Auckland's housing crisis starting to ease as supply starts to overtake demand and accumulated housing shortage starts to shrink
24th Nov 20, 10:00am
24th Nov 20, 9:23am
New Zealand Bankers' Association not won over by government's case for a consumer data right, says the public is underwhelmed by open banking
New Zealand Bankers' Association not won over by government's case for a consumer data right, says the public is underwhelmed by open banking
24th Nov 20, 9:23am
24th Nov 20, 8:35am
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Zhang Jun describes the equally important but very different roles of Shanghai and Shenzhen in China's development
Zhang Jun describes the equally important but very different roles of Shanghai and Shenzhen in China's development
24th Nov 20, 8:35am
24th Nov 20, 7:36am
Surprisingly strong US Markit PMI data drives USD higher; NZD falls from fresh 2-year high. GBP outperforms on hope for a trade deal this week
Surprisingly strong US Markit PMI data drives USD higher; NZD falls from fresh 2-year high. GBP outperforms on hope for a trade deal this week
24th Nov 20, 7:36am
24th Nov 20, 7:19am
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US PMI data very positive; trade pressures build; Taiwan production shines; Singapore slips into deflation; Aussie PMIs good too; UST 10y at 0.86%; oil firm but gold drops; NZ$1 = 69.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72
US PMI data very positive; trade pressures build; Taiwan production shines; Singapore slips into deflation; Aussie PMIs good too; UST 10y at 0.86%; oil firm but gold drops; NZ$1 = 69.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72
24th Nov 20, 7:19am
23rd Nov 20, 6:23pm
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Government gives greenlight to three more projects, including housing developments, to go through streamlined consenting process designed in response to Covid-19
Government gives greenlight to three more projects, including housing developments, to go through streamlined consenting process designed in response to Covid-19
23rd Nov 20, 6:23pm
23rd Nov 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; ICBC cuts mortgage rates, retail sales up, IAG get most but not all, services take larger share, bond rates slip, NZD firmer, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; ICBC cuts mortgage rates, retail sales up, IAG get most but not all, services take larger share, bond rates slip, NZD firmer, & more
23rd Nov 20, 3:59pm
23rd Nov 20, 2:40pm
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John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics sees a Japanese style deflationary economic cycle with no growth for the United States
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics sees a Japanese style deflationary economic cycle with no growth for the United States
23rd Nov 20, 2:40pm
23rd Nov 20, 12:01pm
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Gareth Vaughan argues the Reserve Bank's COVID-19 response is tilting the playing field in favour of banks at the expense of non-bank deposit takers
Gareth Vaughan argues the Reserve Bank's COVID-19 response is tilting the playing field in favour of banks at the expense of non-bank deposit takers
23rd Nov 20, 12:01pm
23rd Nov 20, 11:38am
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Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
23rd Nov 20, 11:38am
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23rd Nov 20, 10:56am
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Statistics New Zealand says retail sales values had the largest September quarter rise since the series began in 1995
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Statistics New Zealand says retail sales values had the largest September quarter rise since the series began in 1995
23rd Nov 20, 10:56am
23rd Nov 20, 9:00am
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Upsetting New Zealand’s most significant trading partner seems like a very silly thing to do. So, why, Chris Trotter asks, did Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta do it?
Upsetting New Zealand’s most significant trading partner seems like a very silly thing to do. So, why, Chris Trotter asks, did Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta do it?
23rd Nov 20, 9:00am
23rd Nov 20, 8:22am
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Roger J Kerr says the probability of Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr making a special statement to jawbone the NZD down overtly and deliberately over the next few weeks has gone up several notches
Roger J Kerr says the probability of Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr making a special statement to jawbone the NZD down overtly and deliberately over the next few weeks has gone up several notches
23rd Nov 20, 8:22am
23rd Nov 20, 7:59am
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Many central banks are looking nervously at the demise of the US dollar, and that probably includes the RBNZ. It is instability unwelcomed in the middle of the pandemic stresses
Many central banks are looking nervously at the demise of the US dollar, and that probably includes the RBNZ. It is instability unwelcomed in the middle of the pandemic stresses
23rd Nov 20, 7:59am
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23rd Nov 20, 7:19am
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Hard commodity prices rise; China wants to join the TPP; Trump officials sabotage US economic protections; Argentina progresses a wealth tax; UST 10y at 0.82%; oil firm but gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 69.3 USc; TWI-5 = 72
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Hard commodity prices rise; China wants to join the TPP; Trump officials sabotage US economic protections; Argentina progresses a wealth tax; UST 10y at 0.82%; oil firm but gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 69.3 USc; TWI-5 = 72
23rd Nov 20, 7:19am
22nd Nov 20, 4:03pm
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The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue reminds tax agents about the bright-line test, responds to criticism. And the wealth tax debate continues
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue reminds tax agents about the bright-line test, responds to criticism. And the wealth tax debate continues
22nd Nov 20, 4:03pm

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