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1st Oct 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many retail rate cuts, listings surge, more capital for insurers, more cheap NZGB yields, RBNZ surplus up, NZD firms, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many retail rate cuts, listings surge, more capital for insurers, more cheap NZGB yields, RBNZ surplus up, NZD firms, & more
1st Oct 20, 3:59pm
1st Oct 20, 3:06pm
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David Hargreaves has another wrestle with the latest savings and borrowing statistics
David Hargreaves has another wrestle with the latest savings and borrowing statistics
1st Oct 20, 3:06pm
1st Oct 20, 2:14pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #741; Tender Date 1 Oct 2020
NZ Govt Bond Tender #741; Tender Date 1 Oct 2020
1st Oct 20, 2:14pm
1st Oct 20, 2:10pm
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Ministry of Health reports 12 new COVID-19 cases, with 10 arriving on one flight from India
Ministry of Health reports 12 new COVID-19 cases, with 10 arriving on one flight from India
1st Oct 20, 2:10pm
1st Oct 20, 12:01pm
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Labour pledges to direct the Commerce Commission to probe the competitiveness of the supermarket and building supplies sectors
Labour pledges to direct the Commerce Commission to probe the competitiveness of the supermarket and building supplies sectors
1st Oct 20, 12:01pm
1st Oct 20, 11:22am
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RBNZ's just-launched insurance capital review to be based on principles similar to bank capital review
RBNZ's just-launched insurance capital review to be based on principles similar to bank capital review
1st Oct 20, 11:22am
1st Oct 20, 10:21am
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Guy Trafford tracks the decline in the national sheep flock, noting it is getting down to the minimum level where New Zealand can be an efficient sheepmeat producer
Guy Trafford tracks the decline in the national sheep flock, noting it is getting down to the minimum level where New Zealand can be an efficient sheepmeat producer
1st Oct 20, 10:21am
1st Oct 20, 10:13am
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New Realestate.co.nz residential property listings up 12.9% year-on-year in September, Auckland listings up 34%
New Realestate.co.nz residential property listings up 12.9% year-on-year in September, Auckland listings up 34%
1st Oct 20, 10:13am
1st Oct 20, 8:02am
Stronger US data and fiscal stimulus hopes support risk assets. Commodity currencies outperform. US and NZ rates higher
Stronger US data and fiscal stimulus hopes support risk assets. Commodity currencies outperform. US and NZ rates higher
1st Oct 20, 8:02am
1st Oct 20, 7:22am
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US job gains slow, new large layoffs; US real estate market hot; China's factories expanding; Aussie building consents blah, aircargo rise a bright spot; UST 10y at 0.69%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.2 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
US job gains slow, new large layoffs; US real estate market hot; China's factories expanding; Aussie building consents blah, aircargo rise a bright spot; UST 10y at 0.69%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.2 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
1st Oct 20, 7:22am
1st Oct 20, 6:21am
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Although average housing values are generally rising around the country, values have declined in Auckland and Queenstown over the last three months and are flat in Dunedin
Although average housing values are generally rising around the country, values have declined in Auckland and Queenstown over the last three months and are flat in Dunedin
1st Oct 20, 6:21am
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1st Oct 20, 6:02am
Western Union Business Solutions’ Steven Dooley explores how the NZ dollar will move in response to the election outcome, particularly around foreign investment policy
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Western Union Business Solutions’ Steven Dooley explores how the NZ dollar will move in response to the election outcome, particularly around foreign investment policy
1st Oct 20, 6:02am
30th Sep 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday: lower retail savings rates, business confidence low, building consents low, household deposits jump, bond rates up, NZD firm, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday: lower retail savings rates, business confidence low, building consents low, household deposits jump, bond rates up, NZD firm, & more
30th Sep 20, 3:59pm
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30th Sep 20, 3:42pm
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Reserve Bank statistics show household deposits have grown at their fastest rate in four years while, the amount owed on houses just had its biggest monthly rise in 13 years
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Reserve Bank statistics show household deposits have grown at their fastest rate in four years while, the amount owed on houses just had its biggest monthly rise in 13 years
30th Sep 20, 3:42pm
30th Sep 20, 1:27pm
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ANZ Business Outlook survey for September shows that businesses are becoming less gloomy, although Auckland businesses are the most pessimistic after the latest Covid outbreak
ANZ Business Outlook survey for September shows that businesses are becoming less gloomy, although Auckland businesses are the most pessimistic after the latest Covid outbreak
30th Sep 20, 1:27pm
30th Sep 20, 12:50pm
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TOP responds to ACT calling the debt burden being placed on future generations 'fiscal child abuse', saying ACT's austerity would be 'economic vandalism'
TOP responds to ACT calling the debt burden being placed on future generations 'fiscal child abuse', saying ACT's austerity would be 'economic vandalism'
30th Sep 20, 12:50pm
30th Sep 20, 12:01pm
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Yu Yongding shows that the Chinese government is articulating, rather than adopting, changes that were already underway
Yu Yongding shows that the Chinese government is articulating, rather than adopting, changes that were already underway
30th Sep 20, 12:01pm
30th Sep 20, 11:39am
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The number of new dwelling consents issued has declined for three months in a row
The number of new dwelling consents issued has declined for three months in a row
30th Sep 20, 11:39am
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
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Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
30th Sep 20, 7:54am
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More cautious tone to equity markets ahead of first US Presidential debate. NZD and AUD recover some of last week's hefty losses. Oil prices down 4%
More cautious tone to equity markets ahead of first US Presidential debate. NZD and AUD recover some of last week's hefty losses. Oil prices down 4%
30th Sep 20, 7:54am
30th Sep 20, 7:27am
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Retail sales up in the US, trade balance worsens; confidence improves in many large countries; Canada faces large deficit; RCEP close to finalising; UST 10y at 0.65%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.9 USc; TWI-5 = 69.3
Retail sales up in the US, trade balance worsens; confidence improves in many large countries; Canada faces large deficit; RCEP close to finalising; UST 10y at 0.65%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.9 USc; TWI-5 = 69.3
30th Sep 20, 7:27am
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29th Sep 20, 5:19pm
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SFO files charges against two people in relation to the NZ First Foundation electoral funding case; Winston Peters gears up to take the SFO to court for allegedly abusing its statutory powers
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SFO files charges against two people in relation to the NZ First Foundation electoral funding case; Winston Peters gears up to take the SFO to court for allegedly abusing its statutory powers
29th Sep 20, 5:19pm
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29th Sep 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, auction activity jumps, ANZ sees much lower mortgage rates, eyes on SFO, swap and bond rates stable, NZD holds, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no retail rate changes, auction activity jumps, ANZ sees much lower mortgage rates, eyes on SFO, swap and bond rates stable, NZD holds, & more
29th Sep 20, 3:59pm
29th Sep 20, 3:33pm
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ANZ expects one year fixed mortgage rates to bottom out at 1.75% in April, but says their impact on the housing market could be muted
ANZ expects one year fixed mortgage rates to bottom out at 1.75% in April, but says their impact on the housing market could be muted
29th Sep 20, 3:33pm
29th Sep 20, 2:52pm
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David Hargreaves says the time may now be approaching when we need to consider a direct one-off handout of cash to the public
David Hargreaves says the time may now be approaching when we need to consider a direct one-off handout of cash to the public
29th Sep 20, 2:52pm

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