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27th Oct 20, 6:55pm
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ANZ takes term deposit rate offers down to levels never seen before, with no offers above 1%. Is this the death knell for term deposits?
ANZ takes term deposit rate offers down to levels never seen before, with no offers above 1%. Is this the death knell for term deposits?
27th Oct 20, 6:55pm
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27th Oct 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no retail rate changes, trade surplus grows, fewer houses built, home lending frenzy, swaps stable, NZD firm, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no retail rate changes, trade surplus grows, fewer houses built, home lending frenzy, swaps stable, NZD firm, & more
27th Oct 20, 3:59pm
27th Oct 20, 3:22pm
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Latest Reserve Bank monthly mortgage figures show over $7.3 bln advanced for mortgages last month; advances to first home buyers hit record high also; high LVR lending to investors has tripled since June
Latest Reserve Bank monthly mortgage figures show over $7.3 bln advanced for mortgages last month; advances to first home buyers hit record high also; high LVR lending to investors has tripled since June
27th Oct 20, 3:22pm
27th Oct 20, 2:22pm
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The number of new homes being completed in Auckland appears to be easing back from recent highs
The number of new homes being completed in Auckland appears to be easing back from recent highs
27th Oct 20, 2:22pm
27th Oct 20, 2:18pm
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Our best-in-class mortgage calculators give you unique insights when you are making key decisions involving borrowing in today's sky-high housing market - despite low interest rates
Our best-in-class mortgage calculators give you unique insights when you are making key decisions involving borrowing in today's sky-high housing market - despite low interest rates
27th Oct 20, 2:18pm
27th Oct 20, 12:45pm
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ASB economists say 'by doing nothing' the RBNZ risks fuelling the fire of a housing market bubble, which could increase financial stability risks down the line
ASB economists say 'by doing nothing' the RBNZ risks fuelling the fire of a housing market bubble, which could increase financial stability risks down the line
27th Oct 20, 12:45pm
27th Oct 20, 10:29am
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House prices at the bottom of the market have been largely flat in Auckland for several months but have kept rising in most of the rest of the country
House prices at the bottom of the market have been largely flat in Auckland for several months but have kept rising in most of the rest of the country
27th Oct 20, 10:29am
27th Oct 20, 9:56am
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm is reportedly raising close to $100 million and will list on the Australian sharemarket next month
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm is reportedly raising close to $100 million and will list on the Australian sharemarket next month
27th Oct 20, 9:56am
27th Oct 20, 9:33am
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Stephen Roach contrasts China's robust and self-sustaining economic recovery with America's continuing weakness
Stephen Roach contrasts China's robust and self-sustaining economic recovery with America's continuing weakness
27th Oct 20, 9:33am
27th Oct 20, 8:15am
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Economist Brian Easton with some sage words for the newbies entering the hallowed halls of Parliament
Economist Brian Easton with some sage words for the newbies entering the hallowed halls of Parliament
27th Oct 20, 8:15am
27th Oct 20, 8:00am
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The impending US election casts a fog over Asian currency movements. Overall markets have become complacent and vulnerable to an economic surprise. The pandemic resurgence is under-priced
The impending US election casts a fog over Asian currency movements. Overall markets have become complacent and vulnerable to an economic surprise. The pandemic resurgence is under-priced
27th Oct 20, 8:00am
27th Oct 20, 7:47am
Big falls in equity markets (S&P500 -2.5%) on COVID-19 concerns, deadlocked fiscal stimulus talks. US 10-year yield falls back below 0.8%. Currency moves modest in comparison - NZD slightly lower to start the week
Big falls in equity markets (S&P500 -2.5%) on COVID-19 concerns, deadlocked fiscal stimulus talks. US 10-year yield falls back below 0.8%. Currency moves modest in comparison - NZD slightly lower to start the week
27th Oct 20, 7:47am
27th Oct 20, 7:19am
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Wall Street falls sharply; eyes on Q3 GDP; Singapore, China and Taiwan deliver upbeat data; Australian housing market booms; UST 10y at 0.79%; oil drops and gold firms; NZ$1 = 66.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70
Wall Street falls sharply; eyes on Q3 GDP; Singapore, China and Taiwan deliver upbeat data; Australian housing market booms; UST 10y at 0.79%; oil drops and gold firms; NZ$1 = 66.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70
27th Oct 20, 7:19am
26th Oct 20, 10:49am
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We release a new profile for the listed company Ryman Healthcare (RYM) and update last week's key movements on the NZX50
We release a new profile for the listed company Ryman Healthcare (RYM) and update last week's key movements on the NZX50
26th Oct 20, 10:49am
26th Oct 20, 9:31am
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Top courts confuse with starkly differing positions, leaving directors with personal liabilities over issues even judges can't agree on. "Perfectly sensible business decisions" tossed in favour of legal niceties and after-the-fact perspectives
Top courts confuse with starkly differing positions, leaving directors with personal liabilities over issues even judges can't agree on. "Perfectly sensible business decisions" tossed in favour of legal niceties and after-the-fact perspectives
26th Oct 20, 9:31am
26th Oct 20, 9:00am
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If National is to make it back to power, then it will have to re-learn how to organise and inspire the public’s political imagination, says Chris Trotter
If National is to make it back to power, then it will have to re-learn how to organise and inspire the public’s political imagination, says Chris Trotter
26th Oct 20, 9:00am
26th Oct 20, 8:59am
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The New Zealand currency has made good gains since the election, especially against the AUD. Now Roger J Kerr is expecting the RBNZ to face up to their excessively negative forecasting
The New Zealand currency has made good gains since the election, especially against the AUD. Now Roger J Kerr is expecting the RBNZ to face up to their excessively negative forecasting
26th Oct 20, 8:59am
26th Oct 20, 8:03am
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China demand boosting commodity prices; Taiwan impresses; US Fed balance sheet expanding again; world PMIs still ok; pandemic gets worse in first world; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70
China demand boosting commodity prices; Taiwan impresses; US Fed balance sheet expanding again; world PMIs still ok; pandemic gets worse in first world; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70
26th Oct 20, 8:03am
26th Oct 20, 6:47am
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Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
26th Oct 20, 6:47am
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
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The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
25th Oct 20, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
25th Oct 20, 6:00am
24th Oct 20, 9:59am
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RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr tells bank bosses to look past their noses, as ANZ NZ chairman plus ASB, BNZ and Westpac CEOs speak out against the possibility of the RBNZ taking the OCR negative
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr tells bank bosses to look past their noses, as ANZ NZ chairman plus ASB, BNZ and Westpac CEOs speak out against the possibility of the RBNZ taking the OCR negative
24th Oct 20, 9:59am
24th Oct 20, 9:46am
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A New Zealand perspective of how our courts try to resolve the issues when a cryptocurrency business collapses and where investors and their 'wallets' stand in the washup. Are they unsecured creditors, or trust beneficiaries?
A New Zealand perspective of how our courts try to resolve the issues when a cryptocurrency business collapses and where investors and their 'wallets' stand in the washup. Are they unsecured creditors, or trust beneficiaries?
24th Oct 20, 9:46am
24th Oct 20, 9:35am
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Angus Kebbell investigates the arable farming sector and finds it makes a large contribution to the New Zealand rural economy. But the pandemic has introduced new challenges, but maybe also highlighted some key advantages
Angus Kebbell investigates the arable farming sector and finds it makes a large contribution to the New Zealand rural economy. But the pandemic has introduced new challenges, but maybe also highlighted some key advantages
24th Oct 20, 9:35am
24th Oct 20, 8:59am
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US stimulus talks fail; October PMIs expand; China commodity prices jump; APRA sees tough 2021; pandemic infections accelerate; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil soft and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.8 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
US stimulus talks fail; October PMIs expand; China commodity prices jump; APRA sees tough 2021; pandemic infections accelerate; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil soft and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.8 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
24th Oct 20, 8:59am

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