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16th Sep 19, 4:01pm
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PTS proposal to ship thousands of imported cars a year from the Ports of Auckland to Highbrook still has to get port sign off
PTS proposal to ship thousands of imported cars a year from the Ports of Auckland to Highbrook still has to get port sign off
16th Sep 19, 4:01pm
16th Sep 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; BNZ cuts a key rate, PSI better than expected, NZIER finds gloomy economists, swaps and NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; BNZ cuts a key rate, PSI better than expected, NZIER finds gloomy economists, swaps and NZD stable, & more
16th Sep 19, 3:59pm
16th Sep 19, 1:18pm
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Michael Reddell on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
Michael Reddell on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
16th Sep 19, 1:18pm
16th Sep 19, 12:54pm
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New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
16th Sep 19, 12:54pm
16th Sep 19, 11:42am
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ANZ NZ gives nothing away on where its process to find a permanent successor to ex-CEO David Hisco is at as Brits review bank executive regime NZ government is looking at
ANZ NZ gives nothing away on where its process to find a permanent successor to ex-CEO David Hisco is at as Brits review bank executive regime NZ government is looking at
16th Sep 19, 11:42am
16th Sep 19, 10:06am
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Another mortgage major trims a key mortgage rate. Even if it is not a huge cut, it does drop them to the lowest level among their main rivals
Another mortgage major trims a key mortgage rate. Even if it is not a huge cut, it does drop them to the lowest level among their main rivals
16th Sep 19, 10:06am
16th Sep 19, 8:09am
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Global bond rates continue to climb significantly higher. NZD falls, even as yuan and AUD strengthen. GBP up over 1% on soft or delayed Brexit vibe. Oil prices to rise significantly as Saudi oil production facilities attacked
Global bond rates continue to climb significantly higher. NZD falls, even as yuan and AUD strengthen. GBP up over 1% on soft or delayed Brexit vibe. Oil prices to rise significantly as Saudi oil production facilities attacked
16th Sep 19, 8:09am
16th Sep 19, 7:49am
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Roger J Kerr says the Australian dollar, with its much improved economic fundamentals, now stands out as the currency of choice for global investors
Roger J Kerr says the Australian dollar, with its much improved economic fundamentals, now stands out as the currency of choice for global investors
16th Sep 19, 7:49am
16th Sep 19, 7:21am
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Attack on Saudi oil; US freight activity falling; US retail sales buoyed by cars; movement on China:US trade talks; Aussie call to protect ag provenance; UST 10yr yield at 1.90%; oil and gold uncertain; NZ$1 = 63.8 USc; TWI-5 = 68.9
Attack on Saudi oil; US freight activity falling; US retail sales buoyed by cars; movement on China:US trade talks; Aussie call to protect ag provenance; UST 10yr yield at 1.90%; oil and gold uncertain; NZ$1 = 63.8 USc; TWI-5 = 68.9
16th Sep 19, 7:21am
15th Sep 19, 6:31am
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Shadow Finance Minister Paul Goldsmith on how he's yet to be convinced bank conduct needs regulation, why foreign capital restrictions are counter-productive and why fiscal stimulus isn't what the economy needs
Shadow Finance Minister Paul Goldsmith on how he's yet to be convinced bank conduct needs regulation, why foreign capital restrictions are counter-productive and why fiscal stimulus isn't what the economy needs
15th Sep 19, 6:31am
14th Sep 19, 5:12pm
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Ahead of the next UN Climate Summit in New York, the OECD assesses the progress of funding climate change adaption and mitigation projects in developing countries
Ahead of the next UN Climate Summit in New York, the OECD assesses the progress of funding climate change adaption and mitigation projects in developing countries
14th Sep 19, 5:12pm
14th Sep 19, 12:00pm
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Stephen Grenville sees Argentina's latest external funding crisis as further proof of a failed approach by the International Monetary Fund, and underscores the need for reform at the IMF itself
Stephen Grenville sees Argentina's latest external funding crisis as further proof of a failed approach by the International Monetary Fund, and underscores the need for reform at the IMF itself
14th Sep 19, 12:00pm
14th Sep 19, 11:32am
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Alwyn Poole calls for families of decile one to three children to rise up and demand better from an education system that is failing them badly and getting worse. It is a deepening tragedy for Maori and Pacifika children
Alwyn Poole calls for families of decile one to three children to rise up and demand better from an education system that is failing them badly and getting worse. It is a deepening tragedy for Maori and Pacifika children
14th Sep 19, 11:32am
14th Sep 19, 10:02am
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Anthony Grant suggests how most parents can hold the core motivation of their family trust in the face of the new legal obligation to inform; namely, that the prospect of trust wealth will not demotivate and harm their children
Anthony Grant suggests how most parents can hold the core motivation of their family trust in the face of the new legal obligation to inform; namely, that the prospect of trust wealth will not demotivate and harm their children
14th Sep 19, 10:02am
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
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ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
14th Sep 19, 8:31am
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US car sales boost overall August retail, sentiment rises; bonds sold off sharply; global equity markets tame; Hong Kong proposed vacancy tax; ASIC squirms; UST 10yr 1.91%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 63.8 USc; TWI-5 = 68.9
US car sales boost overall August retail, sentiment rises; bonds sold off sharply; global equity markets tame; Hong Kong proposed vacancy tax; ASIC squirms; UST 10yr 1.91%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 63.8 USc; TWI-5 = 68.9
14th Sep 19, 8:31am
14th Sep 19, 6:26am
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Fewer properties are being offered at auction but more are selling, suggesting agents and their clients are being more selective about which properties to put on the block
Fewer properties are being offered at auction but more are selling, suggesting agents and their clients are being more selective about which properties to put on the block
14th Sep 19, 6:26am
13th Sep 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Heartland cuts, housing sales weak, FMA warns life insurers, rural anxiety, e-invoicing close, swaps take breather, NZD weak, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Heartland cuts, housing sales weak, FMA warns life insurers, rural anxiety, e-invoicing close, swaps take breather, NZD weak, & more
13th Sep 19, 3:59pm
13th Sep 19, 1:26pm
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Kiwibank five-year bond issue brings in $400 million to help fund the bank's lending as chunky bond issues from big New Zealand banks continue
Kiwibank five-year bond issue brings in $400 million to help fund the bank's lending as chunky bond issues from big New Zealand banks continue
13th Sep 19, 1:26pm
13th Sep 19, 12:12pm
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DairyNZ tackles MPI over its control of data in the NAIT review. Little good news coming out about Fonterra. But a challenge to supermarkets in Christchurch
DairyNZ tackles MPI over its control of data in the NAIT review. Little good news coming out about Fonterra. But a challenge to supermarkets in Christchurch
13th Sep 19, 12:12pm

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