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17th Jun 19, 12:49pm
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New report highlights congestion problems in the country’s major cities
New report highlights congestion problems in the country’s major cities
17th Jun 19, 12:49pm
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17th Jun 19, 10:04am
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ANZ NZ says David Hisco, its CEO of almost 9 years, is leaving due to 'ongoing health issues' and following an internal review of personal expenses; issues over tens of thousands of dollars of chauffeured car usage and wine storage
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ANZ NZ says David Hisco, its CEO of almost 9 years, is leaving due to 'ongoing health issues' and following an internal review of personal expenses; issues over tens of thousands of dollars of chauffeured car usage and wine storage
17th Jun 19, 10:04am
17th Jun 19, 9:16am
Price drops in China for logs, decrease less in India. Some export sawn timber products suffering big price drops. Local market remains very stable
Price drops in China for logs, decrease less in India. Some export sawn timber products suffering big price drops. Local market remains very stable
17th Jun 19, 9:16am
17th Jun 19, 9:12am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 17, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 17, 2019
17th Jun 19, 9:12am
17th Jun 19, 8:35am
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Roger J Kerr says Thursday's GDP figures may be a key short term factor in whether the New Zealand dollar can push back upwards again
Roger J Kerr says Thursday's GDP figures may be a key short term factor in whether the New Zealand dollar can push back upwards again
17th Jun 19, 8:35am
17th Jun 19, 8:09am
NZD underperformed and rounded out a bad week; USD was boosted by strong retail sales data; moderate expectations for Fed rate cuts saw curve flattening, alongside a record low in long-term inflation expectations
NZD underperformed and rounded out a bad week; USD was boosted by strong retail sales data; moderate expectations for Fed rate cuts saw curve flattening, alongside a record low in long-term inflation expectations
17th Jun 19, 8:09am
17th Jun 19, 7:18am
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India hits US with tariff rises; Hong Kong in huge protest; China retail rises; China taxes fall; US retail up, sentiment down; Aussie house auctions rise; UST 10yr yield at 2.08%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
India hits US with tariff rises; Hong Kong in huge protest; China retail rises; China taxes fall; US retail up, sentiment down; Aussie house auctions rise; UST 10yr yield at 2.08%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
17th Jun 19, 7:18am
16th Jun 19, 9:14am
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Guy Trafford takes a look at some of the water issues surrounding Canterbury particularly the Selwyn District and believes there is a brighter future ahead - eventually
Guy Trafford takes a look at some of the water issues surrounding Canterbury particularly the Selwyn District and believes there is a brighter future ahead - eventually
16th Jun 19, 9:14am
16th Jun 19, 6:01am
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Both KiwiBuild and the Provincial Growth Fund are struggling to take off, but Phil Twyford is copping more flak than Shane Jones. Jenée Tibshraeny explores why
Both KiwiBuild and the Provincial Growth Fund are struggling to take off, but Phil Twyford is copping more flak than Shane Jones. Jenée Tibshraeny explores why
16th Jun 19, 6:01am
15th Jun 19, 10:49am
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Roger Farmer urges national treasuries to establish new Social Care Funds that borrow money at low interest rates, and invest the proceeds in the stock market to finance government social programs
Roger Farmer urges national treasuries to establish new Social Care Funds that borrow money at low interest rates, and invest the proceeds in the stock market to finance government social programs
15th Jun 19, 10:49am
15th Jun 19, 9:45am
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Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
15th Jun 19, 9:45am
15th Jun 19, 9:41am
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There is a substantial interest rate benefit for being a term deposit saver on this side of the Tasman, even after adjusting for the OCR differences and the inflation rate difference. NZ banks hold some for savers
There is a substantial interest rate benefit for being a term deposit saver on this side of the Tasman, even after adjusting for the OCR differences and the inflation rate difference. NZ banks hold some for savers
15th Jun 19, 9:41am
15th Jun 19, 8:44am
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US retail sales good but business indicators turn down; China retail sales good but business indicators weaken; Russia cuts; equities flat; UST 10yr 2.08%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70
US retail sales good but business indicators turn down; China retail sales good but business indicators weaken; Russia cuts; equities flat; UST 10yr 2.08%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70
15th Jun 19, 8:44am
15th Jun 19, 8:20am
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There is probably no need for a scheme such as KiwiBuild outside of Auckland, Greg Ninness argues, adding KiwiBuild may yet have its day albeit not in its existing form
There is probably no need for a scheme such as KiwiBuild outside of Auckland, Greg Ninness argues, adding KiwiBuild may yet have its day albeit not in its existing form
15th Jun 19, 8:20am
14th Jun 19, 4:46pm
Afterpay falling foul of AUSTRAC highlights the regulatory challenges facing newcomers to the financial services sector, Gareth Vaughan says
Afterpay falling foul of AUSTRAC highlights the regulatory challenges facing newcomers to the financial services sector, Gareth Vaughan says
14th Jun 19, 4:46pm
14th Jun 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; mortgage and TD rate changes, house sale volumes sink, PMIs retreat, food prices low, rents up, swaps sink, NZD down, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; mortgage and TD rate changes, house sale volumes sink, PMIs retreat, food prices low, rents up, swaps sink, NZD down, & more
14th Jun 19, 3:59pm
14th Jun 19, 10:35am
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Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
14th Jun 19, 10:35am
14th Jun 19, 10:06am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 14, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 14, 2019
14th Jun 19, 10:06am
14th Jun 19, 10:00am
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ANZ economist Michael Callaghan on what the OCR has done, including depreciation of the NZ dollar, falling mortgage rates, less pressure on business lending rates, growth prospects and what the central banks will do
ANZ economist Michael Callaghan on what the OCR has done, including depreciation of the NZ dollar, falling mortgage rates, less pressure on business lending rates, growth prospects and what the central banks will do
14th Jun 19, 10:00am
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14th Jun 19, 9:31am
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Auckland house sales volumes down 22% in May compared to a year ago, but around the rest of the country the drop was just 1.4%
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Auckland house sales volumes down 22% in May compared to a year ago, but around the rest of the country the drop was just 1.4%
14th Jun 19, 9:31am

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