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19 Sep 18, 2:03pm
Further falls in the global price of dairy products indicate its now more when than if Fonterra reduces its forecast milk price below the current $6.75; Westpac has dropped its forecast to $6.25 from $6.50
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19 Sep 18, 12:39pm
Childcare centres are popular with a wide range of investors but buyers are being a little more cautious on price
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19 Sep 18, 11:21am
Keith Woodford analyses the meaning of the numbers that lie deep within Fonterra’s accounts
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19 Sep 18, 9:55am
Westpac McDermott Miller survey shows the collapsing confidence contagion is spreading, with the lowest level of consumer confidence in six years
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19 Sep 18, 9:41am
Europeans try to target livestock farming in the name of climate change, but are conflicted with heavy subsidies for their farmers. Depending on how they act, New Zealand could be a winner. Demand keeps local prices high
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19 Sep 18, 9:27am
KPMG's June quarter FIPS shows banks' lifted profit by almost 15%, loan provisions steady at higher levels
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19 Sep 18, 8:42am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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19 Sep 18, 7:59am
US and Chinese equities have risen while the 10 year US Treasury yield broke above 3%, to its highest level since May; NZD and AUD have outperformed against a risk-on backdrop; tariffs largely shrugged off by markets
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19 Sep 18, 7:47am
Dairy prices fall yet again; US and China fight on tariffs; markets yawn; China swine fever crisis grows; world car maket stable; CBA dumps SMSF property lending; UST 10yr at 3.05%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 65.8 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
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18 Sep 18, 5:03pm
Bank lobby group the New Zealand Bankers' Association developing an industry-wide whistleblower standard as FMA & RBNZ bank probe is labelled 'closed-door'
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18 Sep 18, 5:01pm
Two and a half years after ANZ put its NZ vehicle and asset finance provider UDC on the block there's no indication of an imminent sale
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18 Sep 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; Co-op Bank trims some TD rates, auction updates, polytech bailouts, more bonds coming, more hotels too, swaps up & steeper, NZD stable
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18 Sep 18, 2:25pm
Independent report into Auckland Council's Building Consents Department finds major shortcomings resulting in poor customer service
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18 Sep 18, 1:55pm
President Trump has delivered remarks to impose 10% tariffs on 200 Billion worth of Chinese imported products; NZD has started the week well gaining against the USD to 0.6600; NZDAUD rangebound for the fourth week
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18 Sep 18, 10:59am
Barfoot & Thompson achieved sales on 37% of the properties at their latest auctions, with almost half of them selling for more than their rating valuations
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18 Sep 18, 10:41am
State Services Minister announces plans to regularly release Cabinet papers no later than 30 business days after a Cabinet decision
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18 Sep 18, 10:22am
If NZ rates stay low, demand for NZ Govt bonds will likely rise. If the decoupling extends it will mean that our rates won't rise like their international counterparts, says Westpac
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18 Sep 18, 10:03am
Economists note that economic growth slower than the central bank is predicting would see growing speculation of future interest rate cuts - but higher growth figures would curtail such speculation
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18 Sep 18, 8:06am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, September 18, 2018
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18 Sep 18, 7:59am
So far, the market appears to have put more weight on the likely cancellation of US-China trade talks; USD reversed its gains from Friday; US 10 year Treasury yield broke above 3% last night
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