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15th Jan 20, 9:13am
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Allan Barber reports the fall in schedule prices is a temporary transition as markets adjust to Chinese and American changes, and strong underlying demand will see them rise within months
Allan Barber reports the fall in schedule prices is a temporary transition as markets adjust to Chinese and American changes, and strong underlying demand will see them rise within months
15th Jan 20, 9:13am
15th Jan 20, 8:01am
Market sentiment remains buoyant ahead of Phase-One deal signing. US core CPI lower than expected, dragging down global rates slightly. NZD underperforms overnight
Market sentiment remains buoyant ahead of Phase-One deal signing. US core CPI lower than expected, dragging down global rates slightly. NZD underperforms overnight
15th Jan 20, 8:01am
15th Jan 20, 7:22am
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US inflation rises, real earnings don't; US Federal budget deficit jumps; China ends 2019 with rising exports; Blackrock gets active on climate change; UST 10yr yield at 1.83%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
US inflation rises, real earnings don't; US Federal budget deficit jumps; China ends 2019 with rising exports; Blackrock gets active on climate change; UST 10yr yield at 1.83%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
15th Jan 20, 7:22am
14th Jan 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; building consent levels weak, business gloom persists although less, pay growth slowing, farmers bristle, swaps rise, NZD soft, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; building consent levels weak, business gloom persists although less, pay growth slowing, farmers bristle, swaps rise, NZD soft, & more
14th Jan 20, 3:59pm
14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
by Guest
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Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
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14th Jan 20, 11:23am
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Stats NZ reports that a 2.7% lift in monthly building consents for November saw the annual level of consents around the country hit over 37,000 for the first time since the 1970s
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Stats NZ reports that a 2.7% lift in monthly building consents for November saw the annual level of consents around the country hit over 37,000 for the first time since the 1970s
14th Jan 20, 11:23am
14th Jan 20, 10:27am
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NZIER Survey of Business Opinion shows a net 26% of firms had a negative view of the economy in the December quarter, while a net 11% were downbeat on their own activity
NZIER Survey of Business Opinion shows a net 26% of firms had a negative view of the economy in the December quarter, while a net 11% were downbeat on their own activity
14th Jan 20, 10:27am
14th Jan 20, 7:47am
Risk sentiment positive to start the week. NZD flat against a stronger CNY. JPY and GBP underperform. Equities and rates higher
Risk sentiment positive to start the week. NZD flat against a stronger CNY. JPY and GBP underperform. Equities and rates higher
14th Jan 20, 7:47am
14th Jan 20, 7:19am
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Easing tensions sees equities rise; China steel surge unsustainable; Philippine volcano a regional risk; Aussies react to climate risks; UST 10yr yield at 1.84%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
Easing tensions sees equities rise; China steel surge unsustainable; Philippine volcano a regional risk; Aussies react to climate risks; UST 10yr yield at 1.84%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
14th Jan 20, 7:19am
13th Jan 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; rate updates, housing market updates, equity market updates; swap rates dip, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; rate updates, housing market updates, equity market updates; swap rates dip, NZD stable, & more
13th Jan 20, 3:59pm
13th Jan 20, 1:12pm
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ANZ economists say 'if things really start to get silly' in the housing market, the Reserve Bank would have the option of tightening loan to value ratio restrictions again
ANZ economists say 'if things really start to get silly' in the housing market, the Reserve Bank would have the option of tightening loan to value ratio restrictions again
13th Jan 20, 1:12pm
13th Jan 20, 9:59am
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Keith Woodford explains how the artificial-food debate has lost sight of the fundamental biological and physical sciences, at which stage it becomes science fiction led by shock-jock commmunicators
Keith Woodford explains how the artificial-food debate has lost sight of the fundamental biological and physical sciences, at which stage it becomes science fiction led by shock-jock commmunicators
13th Jan 20, 9:59am
13th Jan 20, 8:01am
Despite volatility, major currencies are little changed from pre-Xmas levels. NZD and AUD lower early-2020, reversing late-2019 strength. NZ and US rates lower so far in 2020
Despite volatility, major currencies are little changed from pre-Xmas levels. NZD and AUD lower early-2020, reversing late-2019 strength. NZ and US rates lower so far in 2020
13th Jan 20, 8:01am
13th Jan 20, 7:29am
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Roger J Kerr examines the 'classic short-term speculative play' that has been seen in the Kiwi dollar over the past six months by offshore currency traders
Roger J Kerr examines the 'classic short-term speculative play' that has been seen in the Kiwi dollar over the past six months by offshore currency traders
13th Jan 20, 7:29am
13th Jan 20, 7:21am
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Democracy rejects China in Taiwan too; Hong Kong bank competition sees hot TD rates; air travel growing; US payroll growth and pay slowing; good Aussie retail data; UST 10yr yield at 1.82%; oil lower and gold higher; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
Democracy rejects China in Taiwan too; Hong Kong bank competition sees hot TD rates; air travel growing; US payroll growth and pay slowing; good Aussie retail data; UST 10yr yield at 1.82%; oil lower and gold higher; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
13th Jan 20, 7:21am
12th Jan 20, 9:14am
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Banks can only exist because depositors completely trust that their claims will be honoured. Wise depositors trust-and-verify. We look at how banks support those claims, and how that varies by institution
Banks can only exist because depositors completely trust that their claims will be honoured. Wise depositors trust-and-verify. We look at how banks support those claims, and how that varies by institution
12th Jan 20, 9:14am
11th Jan 20, 9:04am
by Guest
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Escalating tensions see more people pile into gold as an investment, looking for long term profits from rising uncertainty
Escalating tensions see more people pile into gold as an investment, looking for long term profits from rising uncertainty
11th Jan 20, 9:04am
11th Jan 20, 8:40am
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American jobs and wage growth slows sharply; Canadian jobs grow strongly; Aussie retail sales strong in November; international air travel rising; UST 10yr yield at 1.83%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
American jobs and wage growth slows sharply; Canadian jobs grow strongly; Aussie retail sales strong in November; international air travel rising; UST 10yr yield at 1.83%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
11th Jan 20, 8:40am
10th Jan 20, 4:40pm
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After three years of lackluster capital gains, there are signs that the country's housing stock is wanting to reprise its role of delivering tax-free gains falling from the sky
After three years of lackluster capital gains, there are signs that the country's housing stock is wanting to reprise its role of delivering tax-free gains falling from the sky
10th Jan 20, 4:40pm
10th Jan 20, 11:20am
by Guest
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The Institute of Directors puts directors legal obligations in relation to climate risk at the top of its list of key issues as growing numbers of stakeholders make extended claims on how companies operate
The Institute of Directors puts directors legal obligations in relation to climate risk at the top of its list of key issues as growing numbers of stakeholders make extended claims on how companies operate
10th Jan 20, 11:20am

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