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17th Feb 21, 7:19am
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Dairy prices rise to season high; US cold snap disporting fuel prices; US extends housing pandemic relief; Japan adjusts to quake impacts; German sentiment improves; UST 10yr at 1.28%; oil down and gold slumps; NZ$1 = 72.2 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
Dairy prices rise to season high; US cold snap disporting fuel prices; US extends housing pandemic relief; Japan adjusts to quake impacts; German sentiment improves; UST 10yr at 1.28%; oil down and gold slumps; NZ$1 = 72.2 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
17th Feb 21, 7:19am
16th Feb 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; housing hot in parts, migration tumbles, no new cases, tweaked pandemic support, bonds in reflation trade, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; housing hot in parts, migration tumbles, no new cases, tweaked pandemic support, bonds in reflation trade, NZD stable, & more
16th Feb 21, 3:59pm
16th Feb 21, 3:36pm
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MBIE reminds landlords to stay on top of the continuing changes to the law on how they can deal with tenants. The latest rules affect ending a tenancy, rent bidding, and a tenants rights to change the property
MBIE reminds landlords to stay on top of the continuing changes to the law on how they can deal with tenants. The latest rules affect ending a tenancy, rent bidding, and a tenants rights to change the property
16th Feb 21, 3:36pm
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16th Feb 21, 1:33pm
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No new cases of COVID-19 in the community today; 33 of the 109 close contacts of the infected South Auckland family return negative results; Alert level announcement to be made at 4:30pm on Wednesday
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No new cases of COVID-19 in the community today; 33 of the 109 close contacts of the infected South Auckland family return negative results; Alert level announcement to be made at 4:30pm on Wednesday
16th Feb 21, 1:33pm
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
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Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
16th Feb 21, 11:42am
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Government tweaks eligibility criteria of new COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payment and provides a refresher of other support available to businesses
Government tweaks eligibility criteria of new COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payment and provides a refresher of other support available to businesses
16th Feb 21, 11:42am
16th Feb 21, 10:53am
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Independent economist Rodney Dickens points out how weakly the ANZ business confidence survey correlates to actual outcomes and points to 'huge' political bias as a key reason
Independent economist Rodney Dickens points out how weakly the ANZ business confidence survey correlates to actual outcomes and points to 'huge' political bias as a key reason
16th Feb 21, 10:53am
16th Feb 21, 9:57am
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Real Estate Institute of New Zealand figures reveal big regional differences in the housing market at the start of the year
Real Estate Institute of New Zealand figures reveal big regional differences in the housing market at the start of the year
16th Feb 21, 9:57am
16th Feb 21, 9:07am
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Farmers hope that the Green Party and Labour call-outs on human rights-and-trade remain selective and inconsistent when it comes to China. Meanwhile state-owned Pamu underperforms again with zero consequences
Farmers hope that the Green Party and Labour call-outs on human rights-and-trade remain selective and inconsistent when it comes to China. Meanwhile state-owned Pamu underperforms again with zero consequences
16th Feb 21, 9:07am
16th Feb 21, 8:27am
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In their latest quarterly overview Westpac economists warn that when interest rates do eventually rise 'house prices will fall'; also caution that the Govt may consider limiting deductibility on interest for investors
In their latest quarterly overview Westpac economists warn that when interest rates do eventually rise 'house prices will fall'; also caution that the Govt may consider limiting deductibility on interest for investors
16th Feb 21, 8:27am
16th Feb 21, 8:15am
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China is New Zealand’s biggest kiwifruit export market. The problem is that Chinese growers are now growing Zespri’s SunGold variety without Zespri’s permission
China is New Zealand’s biggest kiwifruit export market. The problem is that Chinese growers are now growing Zespri’s SunGold variety without Zespri’s permission
16th Feb 21, 8:15am
16th Feb 21, 7:47am
Global reflation trade doesn't stop for the US holiday. Global equity markets at new highs; commodity prices higher; global rates higher. USD and JPY on the weak side
Global reflation trade doesn't stop for the US holiday. Global equity markets at new highs; commodity prices higher; global rates higher. USD and JPY on the weak side
16th Feb 21, 7:47am
16th Feb 21, 7:19am
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China and US on holiday; Canada data positive; Japan signals better outcomes; ditto Singapore; EU still struggling; UST 10yr at 1.21%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 72.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
China and US on holiday; Canada data positive; Japan signals better outcomes; ditto Singapore; EU still struggling; UST 10yr at 1.21%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 72.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
16th Feb 21, 7:19am
15th Feb 21, 4:19pm
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The Reserve Banks says it is working directly with stakeholders to determine how many people have been impacted by the December data breach 'and will ensure they are well supported'
The Reserve Banks says it is working directly with stakeholders to determine how many people have been impacted by the December data breach 'and will ensure they are well supported'
15th Feb 21, 4:19pm
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15th Feb 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; risks rise from inbound UK-variant travellers, service sector struggles, Auckland auction activity doubles, swaps and NZD hold, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; risks rise from inbound UK-variant travellers, service sector struggles, Auckland auction activity doubles, swaps and NZD hold, & more
15th Feb 21, 3:59pm
15th Feb 21, 12:35pm
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Sales on two thirds of the properties at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week - Great Barrier bach sells for $1.56m
Sales on two thirds of the properties at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week - Great Barrier bach sells for $1.56m
15th Feb 21, 12:35pm
15th Feb 21, 11:53am
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Westpac economists say the weekly hit to the economy with Auckland on Level 3 and the rest of NZ at Level 2 is about $300 million
Westpac economists say the weekly hit to the economy with Auckland on Level 3 and the rest of NZ at Level 2 is about $300 million
15th Feb 21, 11:53am
15th Feb 21, 11:13am
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The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
15th Feb 21, 11:13am
15th Feb 21, 10:40am
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Guy Trafford points out what marketers have always known; consumers act quite differently inside a supermarket than what they claim to think outside it - even in Europe
Guy Trafford points out what marketers have always known; consumers act quite differently inside a supermarket than what they claim to think outside it - even in Europe
15th Feb 21, 10:40am
15th Feb 21, 10:24am
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Economist Brian Easton says building more houses will not reduce house prices by much; house prices will boom until speculation based on leveraged borrowing is addressed
Economist Brian Easton says building more houses will not reduce house prices by much; house prices will boom until speculation based on leveraged borrowing is addressed
15th Feb 21, 10:24am
15th Feb 21, 9:03am
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Those wondering why our Prime Minister was so willing to countenance breaking the Air New Zealand-Saudi contract should wonder no longer. Jacinda Ardern has sniffed the wind and smelled Joe Biden’s aftershave
Those wondering why our Prime Minister was so willing to countenance breaking the Air New Zealand-Saudi contract should wonder no longer. Jacinda Ardern has sniffed the wind and smelled Joe Biden’s aftershave
15th Feb 21, 9:03am
15th Feb 21, 8:31am
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Alex Ross points out that distortions tend to end badly and to avoid it we may need a carrot to encourage productive investment and a stick to reduce the non-productive type
Alex Ross points out that distortions tend to end badly and to avoid it we may need a carrot to encourage productive investment and a stick to reduce the non-productive type
15th Feb 21, 8:31am
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15th Feb 21, 8:17am
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No new COVID-19 cases in the community on Monday; 11 of the South Auckland family's 42 close contacts return negative results; 30,000 vaccine courses arrive in NZ
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No new COVID-19 cases in the community on Monday; 11 of the South Auckland family's 42 close contacts return negative results; 30,000 vaccine courses arrive in NZ
15th Feb 21, 8:17am
15th Feb 21, 8:06am
Higher inflation expectations drive US 10-year rate above 1.20%. Equity market unperturbed, with S&P500 posting fresh high. Yellen tells G7 Finance Ministers to "go big" on fiscal policy. NZD/AUD drifts down further to 0.93
Higher inflation expectations drive US 10-year rate above 1.20%. Equity market unperturbed, with S&P500 posting fresh high. Yellen tells G7 Finance Ministers to "go big" on fiscal policy. NZD/AUD drifts down further to 0.93
15th Feb 21, 8:06am
15th Feb 21, 8:00am
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Never mind OCR hikes just yet - ANZ strategist looks for RBNZ guidance on how it'll slow the pace at which it creates money to buy government debt
Never mind OCR hikes just yet - ANZ strategist looks for RBNZ guidance on how it'll slow the pace at which it creates money to buy government debt
15th Feb 21, 8:00am

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