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4th May 21, 9:59am
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Sales rates at major auctions have declined from 70%-plus at the peak of the summer selling season to around 50% now
Sales rates at major auctions have declined from 70%-plus at the peak of the summer selling season to around 50% now
4th May 21, 9:59am
4th May 21, 8:33am
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ASB-linked, Sweden-founded, Klarna is offering Kiwi customers the chance to split their purchase costs into four interest-free payments
ASB-linked, Sweden-founded, Klarna is offering Kiwi customers the chance to split their purchase costs into four interest-free payments
4th May 21, 8:33am
4th May 21, 8:27am
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Robertson to oversee 'Implementation Unit' to be set-up to ensure the Government delivers on its major policy initiatives
Robertson to oversee 'Implementation Unit' to be set-up to ensure the Government delivers on its major policy initiatives
4th May 21, 8:27am
4th May 21, 7:46am
US ISM manufacturing weaker, but with noted supply issues and inflationary pressures. Some reversal of Friday's move - US equities higher, USD lower
US ISM manufacturing weaker, but with noted supply issues and inflationary pressures. Some reversal of Friday's move - US equities higher, USD lower
4th May 21, 7:46am
4th May 21, 7:30am
Outgoing Westpac NZ CEO David McLean sees 'finely balanced' decision on whether the Westpac Banking Corporation maintains ownership of Westpac NZ
Outgoing Westpac NZ CEO David McLean sees 'finely balanced' decision on whether the Westpac Banking Corporation maintains ownership of Westpac NZ
4th May 21, 7:30am
4th May 21, 7:19am
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US QE to run to counter 'longstanding disparities'; world's factories expanding faster; Australia, NZ and Philippines stand up to China; UST 10yr at 1.60%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
US QE to run to counter 'longstanding disparities'; world's factories expanding faster; Australia, NZ and Philippines stand up to China; UST 10yr at 1.60%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
4th May 21, 7:19am
4th May 21, 6:00am
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Treasury expected to issue less debt than planned, as NZ weathers the COVID-19 storm better than expected and the Government doesn't spend all it borrows
Treasury expected to issue less debt than planned, as NZ weathers the COVID-19 storm better than expected and the Government doesn't spend all it borrows
4th May 21, 6:00am
3rd May 21, 4:15pm
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Quarantine-free travel to the Cook Islands to begin on May 17, all going to plan
Quarantine-free travel to the Cook Islands to begin on May 17, all going to plan
3rd May 21, 4:15pm
3rd May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; more mortgage rate changes, a home loan borrowing bender, new car sales still hot, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; more mortgage rate changes, a home loan borrowing bender, new car sales still hot, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
3rd May 21, 3:59pm
3rd May 21, 11:34am
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Economists are seeing little change in the unemployment rate when official statistics are released this week
Economists are seeing little change in the unemployment rate when official statistics are released this week
3rd May 21, 11:34am
3rd May 21, 10:58am
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The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a wide-ranging review of current immigration settings
The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a wide-ranging review of current immigration settings
3rd May 21, 10:58am
3rd May 21, 10:00am
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Guy Trafford watches the issues farms have to deal with where the property has a road frontage. He also sees a loss of Canterbury's rural trees, much of it because Councils cashed up - and then reneged on replanting promises
Guy Trafford watches the issues farms have to deal with where the property has a road frontage. He also sees a loss of Canterbury's rural trees, much of it because Councils cashed up - and then reneged on replanting promises
3rd May 21, 10:00am
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3rd May 21, 9:51am
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Westpac NZ CEO David McLean retiring in June with bank executive & ex-politician Simon Power to serve as acting CEO as a search for a permanent successor takes place
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Westpac NZ CEO David McLean retiring in June with bank executive & ex-politician Simon Power to serve as acting CEO as a search for a permanent successor takes place
3rd May 21, 9:51am
3rd May 21, 9:22am
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David Hargreaves looks at the all-night mortgage borrowing bender Kiwis are going on while lending to 'productive' parts of the economy withers
David Hargreaves looks at the all-night mortgage borrowing bender Kiwis are going on while lending to 'productive' parts of the economy withers
3rd May 21, 9:22am
3rd May 21, 9:09am
A weak end to a strong April for US equities. Wealth of data points to stronger US growth and inflation pressure. USTs drift lower in yield, USD shows broadly based rebound
A weak end to a strong April for US equities. Wealth of data points to stronger US growth and inflation pressure. USTs drift lower in yield, USD shows broadly based rebound
3rd May 21, 9:09am
3rd May 21, 8:55am
The greenback starts May quick out of the blocks for a month it usually gains. It the reverse for the Kiwi dollar. With bond yields becalmed, Asian currencies move little
The greenback starts May quick out of the blocks for a month it usually gains. It the reverse for the Kiwi dollar. With bond yields becalmed, Asian currencies move little
3rd May 21, 8:55am
3rd May 21, 8:35am
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Economist Brian Easton questions whether the 'grab for power' that sees the Government markedly centralising the health system will produce a system that works
Economist Brian Easton questions whether the 'grab for power' that sees the Government markedly centralising the health system will produce a system that works
3rd May 21, 8:35am
3rd May 21, 8:30am
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Chris Trotter probes worrying signs that New Zealand’s long democratic history has produced a sense of complacency among its citizens
Chris Trotter probes worrying signs that New Zealand’s long democratic history has produced a sense of complacency among its citizens
3rd May 21, 8:30am
3rd May 21, 8:20am
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Roger J Kerr says the March slide in the Kiwi dollar is shaping up to be repeated if the US dollar returns to its appreciating trend on the back of stronger US economic data and rising long-term US interest rates
Roger J Kerr says the March slide in the Kiwi dollar is shaping up to be repeated if the US dollar returns to its appreciating trend on the back of stronger US economic data and rising long-term US interest rates
3rd May 21, 8:20am
3rd May 21, 7:19am
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China tackles excessive leverage; China PMIs flat; wide variances in GDP growth reported; US goes on a recovery spurt for both households and factories; UST 10yr at 1.63%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
China tackles excessive leverage; China PMIs flat; wide variances in GDP growth reported; US goes on a recovery spurt for both households and factories; UST 10yr at 1.63%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
3rd May 21, 7:19am
3rd May 21, 5:01am
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Asking prices on Realestate.co.nz's portal declined by $18,340 (2.1%) in April suggesting a cooling housing market nationwide with new listings similar to 2019
Asking prices on Realestate.co.nz's portal declined by $18,340 (2.1%) in April suggesting a cooling housing market nationwide with new listings similar to 2019
3rd May 21, 5:01am
2nd May 21, 12:56pm
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Far from being negative, economic expansion is a positive force on certain elements of gold demand. Jewellery and technology demand can benefit from the resurgent higher discretionary spending
Far from being negative, economic expansion is a positive force on certain elements of gold demand. Jewellery and technology demand can benefit from the resurgent higher discretionary spending
2nd May 21, 12:56pm
2nd May 21, 11:24am
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How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
2nd May 21, 11:24am
2nd May 21, 8:56am
by Guest
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Nancy Qian argues that the media's focus on aggregate income obscures how poor China remains
Nancy Qian argues that the media's focus on aggregate income obscures how poor China remains
2nd May 21, 8:56am
2nd May 21, 7:58am
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An insight into how the Parliamentary Press Gallery works, and assessment of what that means for the public 
An insight into how the Parliamentary Press Gallery works, and assessment of what that means for the public 
2nd May 21, 7:58am

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