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22nd Feb 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; strong farm sales, searing mortgage market, survey sees more, NZ credit rating raised, bond yields jump, NZD higher, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; strong farm sales, searing mortgage market, survey sees more, NZ credit rating raised, bond yields jump, NZD higher, & more
22nd Feb 21, 3:59pm
22nd Feb 21, 3:20pm
Auckland to join the rest of New Zealand at Level 1 as at midnight Monday; Masks to remain mandatory on public transport nationwide
Auckland to join the rest of New Zealand at Level 1 as at midnight Monday; Masks to remain mandatory on public transport nationwide
22nd Feb 21, 3:20pm
22nd Feb 21, 2:59pm
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Farm sales volumes up strongly, prices up modestly, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
Farm sales volumes up strongly, prices up modestly, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
22nd Feb 21, 2:59pm
22nd Feb 21, 2:11pm
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NZ will have to wait a couple more weeks to find out how the Govt plans to address the housing crisis, as the latest COVID-19 outbreak moves housing down the priority list
NZ will have to wait a couple more weeks to find out how the Govt plans to address the housing crisis, as the latest COVID-19 outbreak moves housing down the priority list
22nd Feb 21, 2:11pm
22nd Feb 21, 10:54am
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The past year finished with the fourth consecutive monthly record high of mortgage lending, while despite the 'lost' month of April, some $8 billion more was borrowed in 2020 than the year before
The past year finished with the fourth consecutive monthly record high of mortgage lending, while despite the 'lost' month of April, some $8 billion more was borrowed in 2020 than the year before
22nd Feb 21, 10:54am
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
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The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
22nd Feb 21, 9:38am
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French politicians’ reaction to the terrorist atrocities committed on their own soil targets the very same philosophical currents excited and emboldened by New Zealand’s own terrifying tragedy
French politicians’ reaction to the terrorist atrocities committed on their own soil targets the very same philosophical currents excited and emboldened by New Zealand’s own terrifying tragedy
22nd Feb 21, 9:38am
22nd Feb 21, 9:00am
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Document reveals Treasury - like National - wanted the RBNZ to put conditions on its Funding for Lending Programme to direct cheap funding to businesses
Document reveals Treasury - like National - wanted the RBNZ to put conditions on its Funding for Lending Programme to direct cheap funding to businesses
22nd Feb 21, 9:00am
22nd Feb 21, 8:28am
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Roger J Kerr says a more 'dovish' than expected statement from our central bank later this week will drive the Kiwi dollar sharply lower
Roger J Kerr says a more 'dovish' than expected statement from our central bank later this week will drive the Kiwi dollar sharply lower
22nd Feb 21, 8:28am
22nd Feb 21, 8:08am
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Alex Ross says we are in the midst of a Dollar Smile. Meanwhile the Chinese yuan is getting a hawkish push while the Japanese yen is getting the opposite. And is the RBNZ snookered?
Alex Ross says we are in the midst of a Dollar Smile. Meanwhile the Chinese yuan is getting a hawkish push while the Japanese yen is getting the opposite. And is the RBNZ snookered?
22nd Feb 21, 8:08am
22nd Feb 21, 7:43am
Bond yields higher again, as reflationary sentiment dominates. S&P500 down slightly, but big gains for cyclical and small cap stocks. USD lower despite higher US real yields. NZD up to 0.73, AUD makes a fresh three-year high
Bond yields higher again, as reflationary sentiment dominates. S&P500 down slightly, but big gains for cyclical and small cap stocks. USD lower despite higher US real yields. NZD up to 0.73, AUD makes a fresh three-year high
22nd Feb 21, 7:43am
22nd Feb 21, 7:19am
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Growing China keeps commodity prices high; US factory activity rises; Japanese sentiment improves; Aussie retail sales jump; rate rises elevate investor risks; UST 10yr at 1.34%; oil down and gold holds; NZ$1 = 73 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
Growing China keeps commodity prices high; US factory activity rises; Japanese sentiment improves; Aussie retail sales jump; rate rises elevate investor risks; UST 10yr at 1.34%; oil down and gold holds; NZ$1 = 73 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
22nd Feb 21, 7:19am
21st Feb 21, 12:00pm
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The Week in Tax - a new Covid-19 resurgence support payment, a Digital Services Tax for Facebook, and what to do ahead of the tax year end
The Week in Tax - a new Covid-19 resurgence support payment, a Digital Services Tax for Facebook, and what to do ahead of the tax year end
21st Feb 21, 12:00pm
21st Feb 21, 9:39am
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Jane Wrightson wants changes to the fast-growing retirement village industry where there is growing tension between big business on one side and increasingly vulnerable individuals on the other
Jane Wrightson wants changes to the fast-growing retirement village industry where there is growing tension between big business on one side and increasingly vulnerable individuals on the other
21st Feb 21, 9:39am
21st Feb 21, 6:02am
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Gareth Vaughan wonders whether the only way New Zealand will get a circuit breaker to our housing affordability woes will be if there's a severe housing market downturn
Gareth Vaughan wonders whether the only way New Zealand will get a circuit breaker to our housing affordability woes will be if there's a severe housing market downturn
21st Feb 21, 6:02am
20th Feb 21, 12:27pm
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No changes to the country's monetary policy settings are expected when the Reserve Bank has its first review of the year next week - but everybody will be looking for clues as to what comes next
No changes to the country's monetary policy settings are expected when the Reserve Bank has its first review of the year next week - but everybody will be looking for clues as to what comes next
20th Feb 21, 12:27pm
20th Feb 21, 12:26pm
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Angus Kebbell talks to farmer Roger Lumsden about how deeply technology and the management control it gives are embedded into dairy farming systems, advances that should be recognised as major improvers of environmental outcomes
Angus Kebbell talks to farmer Roger Lumsden about how deeply technology and the management control it gives are embedded into dairy farming systems, advances that should be recognised as major improvers of environmental outcomes
20th Feb 21, 12:26pm
20th Feb 21, 8:59am
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Even CBD shoebox apartments are attracting multiple bids at auction, although vendors will need to be realistic with their price expectations
Even CBD shoebox apartments are attracting multiple bids at auction, although vendors will need to be realistic with their price expectations
20th Feb 21, 8:59am
20th Feb 21, 8:29am
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US economic activity up, but Fed worries about bankruptcies; China consumption strong; commodity prices gain; Australian retail sales race higher; UST 10yr at 1.35%; oil down and gold holds; NZ$1 = 72.9 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
US economic activity up, but Fed worries about bankruptcies; China consumption strong; commodity prices gain; Australian retail sales race higher; UST 10yr at 1.35%; oil down and gold holds; NZ$1 = 72.9 USc; TWI-5 = 74.2
20th Feb 21, 8:29am
19th Feb 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, PPI flat, M.bovis inquiry, mortgage lending frenzy, swap rates stable, NZD firms slightly, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, PPI flat, M.bovis inquiry, mortgage lending frenzy, swap rates stable, NZD firms slightly, & more
19th Feb 21, 3:59pm
19th Feb 21, 12:06pm
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Rebounding global demand is primed to send global meat prices higher over 2021. Meanwhile, global meat supply will struggle to keep up with demand. The main constraint on farmgate prices this year will be a strengthening NZ dollar
Rebounding global demand is primed to send global meat prices higher over 2021. Meanwhile, global meat supply will struggle to keep up with demand. The main constraint on farmgate prices this year will be a strengthening NZ dollar
19th Feb 21, 12:06pm
19th Feb 21, 11:49am
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Payday lender drives into car loan market, promoting 'affordable repayments' with attractively designed, fast-approval online systems that come with very high interest rates and extensive fees, and now seeks new investor funding
Payday lender drives into car loan market, promoting 'affordable repayments' with attractively designed, fast-approval online systems that come with very high interest rates and extensive fees, and now seeks new investor funding
19th Feb 21, 11:49am
19th Feb 21, 10:22am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says Bitcoin isn't money, rather it's another risk asset like gold, shares, or pork bellies
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says Bitcoin isn't money, rather it's another risk asset like gold, shares, or pork bellies
19th Feb 21, 10:22am
19th Feb 21, 9:00am
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RBNZ expects LVRs to shave up to 4 percentage points off house price inflation and lower bank lending to property investors by as much as 40%
RBNZ expects LVRs to shave up to 4 percentage points off house price inflation and lower bank lending to property investors by as much as 40%
19th Feb 21, 9:00am
19th Feb 21, 7:57am
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Equities fall back after their recent strong run. Nerves on higher global bond rates backdrop and weak US labour market data not helping. NZD remains range-bound; GBP still in favour
Equities fall back after their recent strong run. Nerves on higher global bond rates backdrop and weak US labour market data not helping. NZD remains range-bound; GBP still in favour
19th Feb 21, 7:57am

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