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26th Jun 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, new credit card, new hybrid account, full lakes (mostly), consents equal completions, swaps up, NZD up, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, new credit card, new hybrid account, full lakes (mostly), consents equal completions, swaps up, NZD up, & more
26th Jun 19, 3:59pm
26th Jun 19, 3:34pm
The IMF and OECD weigh in on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, and the Government's proposal for protection for bank depositors
The IMF and OECD weigh in on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, and the Government's proposal for protection for bank depositors
26th Jun 19, 3:34pm
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26th Jun 19, 2:04pm
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Reserve Bank keeps interest rates at 1.5% and says 'a lower OCR may be needed over time'; Markets unsurprised; Economists pick August cut
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Reserve Bank keeps interest rates at 1.5% and says 'a lower OCR may be needed over time'; Markets unsurprised; Economists pick August cut
26th Jun 19, 2:04pm
26th Jun 19, 1:43pm
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A new type of multipurpose account is launched by Heartland Bank paying interest on credit balances and allowing an overdraft at an interest rate below most credit cards
A new type of multipurpose account is launched by Heartland Bank paying interest on credit balances and allowing an overdraft at an interest rate below most credit cards
26th Jun 19, 1:43pm
26th Jun 19, 1:16pm
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Kiwibank cuts credit card interest rates, dropping some below 10% for the first time as it announces new Visa deal at Mastercard's expense
Kiwibank cuts credit card interest rates, dropping some below 10% for the first time as it announces new Visa deal at Mastercard's expense
26th Jun 19, 1:16pm
26th Jun 19, 12:22pm
A season of two halves draws to a close with Fonterra's NZ milk production only just slightly up on the 'weak' figures of a year earlier; forecasts similar volumes for new season
A season of two halves draws to a close with Fonterra's NZ milk production only just slightly up on the 'weak' figures of a year earlier; forecasts similar volumes for new season
26th Jun 19, 12:22pm
26th Jun 19, 11:58am
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Findings from Statistics NZ's General Social Survey show a third of renters say their house is very suitable, compared to half of homeowners
Findings from Statistics NZ's General Social Survey show a third of renters say their house is very suitable, compared to half of homeowners
26th Jun 19, 11:58am
26th Jun 19, 11:42am
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Guy Trafford reminds us of New Zealand’s natural advantages and hopes they don’t get lost in the drive to meet short term goals
Guy Trafford reminds us of New Zealand’s natural advantages and hopes they don’t get lost in the drive to meet short term goals
26th Jun 19, 11:42am
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
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IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
26th Jun 19, 9:53am
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Whilst ANZ NZ hogs the bank capital misdeeds headlines, Westpac NZ is poised to deliver its response to the RBNZ after being caught out using unapproved capital models 2 years ago
Whilst ANZ NZ hogs the bank capital misdeeds headlines, Westpac NZ is poised to deliver its response to the RBNZ after being caught out using unapproved capital models 2 years ago
26th Jun 19, 9:53am
26th Jun 19, 8:55am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 26, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 26, 2019
26th Jun 19, 8:55am
26th Jun 19, 8:06am
Despite a risk-off session overnight with equities and global bond rates lower, the NZD has been the best performing of the major currencies, ahead of today’s RBNZ OCR review; AUD has been hovering around the 0.6960 mark
Despite a risk-off session overnight with equities and global bond rates lower, the NZD has been the best performing of the major currencies, ahead of today’s RBNZ OCR review; AUD has been hovering around the 0.6960 mark
26th Jun 19, 8:06am
26th Jun 19, 7:39am
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The number of new homes being completed in Auckland could increase by about a third over the next two years
The number of new homes being completed in Auckland could increase by about a third over the next two years
26th Jun 19, 7:39am
26th Jun 19, 7:20am
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Markets await Trump-Xi meeting; US Fed boss pushes back at critic; US confidence drops; China debt boom gathers pace; extent of Hayne gravy revealed; UST 10yr yield at 1.99%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66.5 USc; TWI-5 = 71
Markets await Trump-Xi meeting; US Fed boss pushes back at critic; US confidence drops; China debt boom gathers pace; extent of Hayne gravy revealed; UST 10yr yield at 1.99%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66.5 USc; TWI-5 = 71
26th Jun 19, 7:20am
25th Jun 19, 6:00pm
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National Caucus reshuffle: Paul Goldsmith to replace Amy Adams as Finance Spokesperson; Overtakes Judith Collins on the list, taking her infrastructure portfolio with him; Questions raised over Todd Muller being kept low on the list
National Caucus reshuffle: Paul Goldsmith to replace Amy Adams as Finance Spokesperson; Overtakes Judith Collins on the list, taking her infrastructure portfolio with him; Questions raised over Todd Muller being kept low on the list
25th Jun 19, 6:00pm
25th Jun 19, 4:58pm
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Both ANZ and KPMG issue reports on the rural sector. ANZ tries to capture the alchemy of performance and profitability. KPMG warns that farming needs to be reimagined to survive
Both ANZ and KPMG issue reports on the rural sector. ANZ tries to capture the alchemy of performance and profitability. KPMG warns that farming needs to be reimagined to survive
25th Jun 19, 4:58pm
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25th Jun 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; ANZ cuts a mortgage rate, job confidence soft, export success thanks to China, swaps firm, NZD rising, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; ANZ cuts a mortgage rate, job confidence soft, export success thanks to China, swaps firm, NZD rising, & more
25th Jun 19, 3:59pm
25th Jun 19, 3:12pm
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Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker says NZ China Council's Southern Link proposal is ripe for further development
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker says NZ China Council's Southern Link proposal is ripe for further development
25th Jun 19, 3:12pm
25th Jun 19, 2:37pm
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David Chaston explains why it is a bad idea for the investment scrum to be screwed in favour of the wealthy, and essentially exclude and penalise those who have no weight in the game by making them pay
David Chaston explains why it is a bad idea for the investment scrum to be screwed in favour of the wealthy, and essentially exclude and penalise those who have no weight in the game by making them pay
25th Jun 19, 2:37pm
25th Jun 19, 1:13pm
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Policy blunders have become the rule, not the exception, for the US administration. The combination of ill-timed fiscal stimulus, aggressive tariffs, and attacks on the Federal Reserve demands a far more critical assessment of Trumponomics
Policy blunders have become the rule, not the exception, for the US administration. The combination of ill-timed fiscal stimulus, aggressive tariffs, and attacks on the Federal Reserve demands a far more critical assessment of Trumponomics
25th Jun 19, 1:13pm

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