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21 Aug 18, 8:07am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, August 21, 2018
21 Aug 18, 7:59am
GBP is near the top of the leaderboard; NZD was in a drift-down mode for much of Monday but ended the day flat at 0.6630 on USD weakness; UST yields have drifted lower and the curve shows a slight flattening bias
21 Aug 18, 7:45am
Shanghai gains +1%; Malaysia warns Beijing; Greece exits bailout restraints; Germany boasts top C/A surplus; Jackson Hole bankers nervous; UST 10yr at 2.82%; oil and gold firmer; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
20 Aug 18, 4:46pm
The independent body that sets MPs salaries wanted to give MPs a 3% pay rise, but Ardern says that is just ‘out of whack’ with her Government’s values
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20 Aug 18, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; mortgage and term deposit rate changes; commercial waste; disabled employment; Pasifika entrepreneurs; bond offer; rates lower; NZD firm
20 Aug 18, 2:56pm
ANZ NZ posts 11% increase in June quarter unaudited profit with net interest margin steady and return on equity higher
20 Aug 18, 2:54pm
ANZ NZ grew lending across the board in the June quarter with residential mortgage lending increasing almost $1.7 billion
20 Aug 18, 2:09pm
The Minister of Housing says there is no limit to what Government entities, such as NZTA, can borrow – none of this extra borrowing shows up on the Government’s core Crown debt ledger
20 Aug 18, 11:49am
Keith Woodford discusses how Fonterra’s governors become information prisoners of management and lack independent market insights
20 Aug 18, 11:47am
ANZ's economists change their call and now no longer expect official interest rates to rise in the foreseeable future
20 Aug 18, 10:40am
Banks continue to trim mortgage interest rates following 'dovish' statements from the Reserve Bank
20 Aug 18, 9:03am
Roger J Kerr says the timing of the legislation banning some foreigners from buying real estate here confirms the negative sentiment towards the New Zealand currency
20 Aug 18, 8:41am
NZ Initiative's Natanael Rother says decentralisation has fostered an ever-prosperous Switzerland
20 Aug 18, 8:23am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, August 20, 2018
20 Aug 18, 8:14am
USD was the weakest of the majors; US 10-year rate traded in a 3bp range; NZD closed the week on a strong note; CAD’s performance was supported by Canada CPI inflation
20 Aug 18, 7:53am
'What I am doing right now is pretty much career suicide for an economist. There’s no going back' - TOP's new leader Geoff Simmons
20 Aug 18, 7:50am
BNZ’s Head of Research Stephen Toplis is clearly not as optimistic as the Reserve Bank or the Government when it comes to NZ’s future growth – but why?
20 Aug 18, 7:48am
Chinese banks ordered to ease trade war pain; Turkey's credit ratings cut; US consumer sentiment down; China boycotts Pacific Island; UST 10yr at 2.86%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.3
19 Aug 18, 9:28pm
Guy Trafford highlights the increasing urgency required to address and action adaptive responses to local population increases and global climate change
19 Aug 18, 6:02am
Before the 2020 election, Finance Minister Grant Robertson must decide if Labour will stick with the Budget Responsibility Rules, or ditch them. Jason Walls says this will be a hugely significant decision
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