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17th May 19, 11:29am
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Prices on leasehold units have fallen so much they are now providing exceptional returns for investors
Prices on leasehold units have fallen so much they are now providing exceptional returns for investors
17th May 19, 11:29am
17th May 19, 10:05am
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Martien Lubberink says the RBNZ's bank capital proposals offer more of the same and the regulator ought to look to Europe for an alternative approach
Martien Lubberink says the RBNZ's bank capital proposals offer more of the same and the regulator ought to look to Europe for an alternative approach
17th May 19, 10:05am
17th May 19, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
17th May 19, 10:00am
17th May 19, 9:57am
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
17th May 19, 9:57am
17th May 19, 8:51am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 17, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 17, 2019
17th May 19, 8:51am
17th May 19, 8:05am
Risk sentiment has continued to improve overnight, with equities making further gains and Treasury yields moving higher; USD has strengthened; NZD and AUD have continued to drift to new lows
Risk sentiment has continued to improve overnight, with equities making further gains and Treasury yields moving higher; USD has strengthened; NZD and AUD have continued to drift to new lows
17th May 19, 8:05am
17th May 19, 7:57am
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Markets in risk-off mood; Fed faces inflation challenges; US data tame; Canada data firm; China gets business loan price war; Australia prepares to vote; UST 10yr 2.40%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 65.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4
Markets in risk-off mood; Fed faces inflation challenges; US data tame; Canada data firm; China gets business loan price war; Australia prepares to vote; UST 10yr 2.40%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 65.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4
17th May 19, 7:57am
17th May 19, 7:02am
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Liquidator of ex-NZ financial service provider Asia Finance Corporation, previously London Capital NZ, doesn't believe four of seven creditors exist
Liquidator of ex-NZ financial service provider Asia Finance Corporation, previously London Capital NZ, doesn't believe four of seven creditors exist
17th May 19, 7:02am
16th May 19, 8:29pm
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Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
16th May 19, 8:29pm
16th May 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no rate changes, end of an era, cheap money, Xero turns a corner, methane fight, swaps at all-time low, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no rate changes, end of an era, cheap money, Xero turns a corner, methane fight, swaps at all-time low, NZD stable, & more
16th May 19, 3:59pm
16th May 19, 2:46pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #680; weighted average accepted yield was 2.09%; coverage ratio was 2.23x
NZ Govt Bond Tender #680; weighted average accepted yield was 2.09%; coverage ratio was 2.23x
16th May 19, 2:46pm
16th May 19, 2:10pm
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David Chaston looks at how much of the RBNZ's rate cut is making it through to the real economy to do the job monetary policy needs it to do
David Chaston looks at how much of the RBNZ's rate cut is making it through to the real economy to do the job monetary policy needs it to do
16th May 19, 2:10pm
16th May 19, 2:00pm
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State owned Kiwibank to become the first New Zealand bank to cull cheques, after 'tipping point' reached with less than 1% of the bank's payments now made by cheque
State owned Kiwibank to become the first New Zealand bank to cull cheques, after 'tipping point' reached with less than 1% of the bank's payments now made by cheque
16th May 19, 2:00pm
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16th May 19, 12:46pm
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Wellington transport package unveiled that includes $2.2 billion rapid transit project, with trackless trams appearing to be under consideration
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Wellington transport package unveiled that includes $2.2 billion rapid transit project, with trackless trams appearing to be under consideration
16th May 19, 12:46pm
16th May 19, 11:24am
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MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
16th May 19, 11:24am
16th May 19, 10:00am
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Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
16th May 19, 10:00am
16th May 19, 9:55am
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Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
16th May 19, 9:55am
16th May 19, 8:18am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 16, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 16, 2019
16th May 19, 8:18am
16th May 19, 7:49am
Equity markets have moved higher overnight after reports that Trump would delay a decision on auto tariffs by up to six months; in contrast, weaker Chinese and US economic data pulled bond yields lower; NZD has continued to grind lower overnight
Equity markets have moved higher overnight after reports that Trump would delay a decision on auto tariffs by up to six months; in contrast, weaker Chinese and US economic data pulled bond yields lower; NZD has continued to grind lower overnight
16th May 19, 7:49am
16th May 19, 7:44am
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US and China economies suffer momentum backtracks; Canada data solid, EU growth inches up; equities up on car tariff delay; broad tax cut bonus near in Australia; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 65.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
US and China economies suffer momentum backtracks; Canada data solid, EU growth inches up; equities up on car tariff delay; broad tax cut bonus near in Australia; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 65.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
16th May 19, 7:44am

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