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4th Oct 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Heartland moves down, Rabobank to move north, used import sales rise, RBA watching global trends nervously, swaps down again, NZD up, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Heartland moves down, Rabobank to move north, used import sales rise, RBA watching global trends nervously, swaps down again, NZD up, & more
4th Oct 19, 3:59pm
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4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
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Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
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Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
4th Oct 19, 12:04pm
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IRD launches hidden economy campaign targeting the hospitality sector saying it will 'track down and prosecute businesses deliberately hiding cash sales'
IRD launches hidden economy campaign targeting the hospitality sector saying it will 'track down and prosecute businesses deliberately hiding cash sales'
4th Oct 19, 12:04pm
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4th Oct 19, 11:00am
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Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway announces changes to Refugee Quota Programme
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Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway announces changes to Refugee Quota Programme
4th Oct 19, 11:00am
4th Oct 19, 10:52am
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Guy Trafford takes a look at the latest dairy scene, with the latest Tatua result showing up Fonterra
Guy Trafford takes a look at the latest dairy scene, with the latest Tatua result showing up Fonterra
4th Oct 19, 10:52am
4th Oct 19, 9:59am
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Kiwibank economist Jeremy Couchman on the super slow super city, the economic temperature dropping in the south, strength in small regions, Wellywood looking good & risks to the regions
Kiwibank economist Jeremy Couchman on the super slow super city, the economic temperature dropping in the south, strength in small regions, Wellywood looking good & risks to the regions
4th Oct 19, 9:59am
4th Oct 19, 7:57am
Very weak ISM non-manufacturing survey triggers large decline in US rates, fall in USD. Equities plunge, then recover sharply on Fed rate cut expectations. NZD and AUD outperform as risk appetite turns positive
Very weak ISM non-manufacturing survey triggers large decline in US rates, fall in USD. Equities plunge, then recover sharply on Fed rate cut expectations. NZD and AUD outperform as risk appetite turns positive
4th Oct 19, 7:57am
4th Oct 19, 7:20am
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American service sector growth dissolves; eyes on non-farm payrolls; Canada housing recovers; EU services also weaken; Aussie service sector expands faster; UST 10yr yield at 1.53%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.5
American service sector growth dissolves; eyes on non-farm payrolls; Canada housing recovers; EU services also weaken; Aussie service sector expands faster; UST 10yr yield at 1.53%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.5
4th Oct 19, 7:20am
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4th Oct 19, 7:14am
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Shifting head office to Hamilton from Wellington will take key Rabobank staff closer to their clients, CEO Todd Charteris says
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Shifting head office to Hamilton from Wellington will take key Rabobank staff closer to their clients, CEO Todd Charteris says
4th Oct 19, 7:14am
3rd Oct 19, 4:05pm
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The Auckland Council has spent $134 million settling leaky building claims in 2018/19, $49 million over budget
The Auckland Council has spent $134 million settling leaky building claims in 2018/19, $49 million over budget
3rd Oct 19, 4:05pm
3rd Oct 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; a 2.95% mortgage rate, Teslas sell locally, online supermarket shopping soars, swap rates sink further, NZD firms, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; a 2.95% mortgage rate, Teslas sell locally, online supermarket shopping soars, swap rates sink further, NZD firms, & more
3rd Oct 19, 3:59pm
3rd Oct 19, 2:37pm
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Guy Trafford likes what he sees in the new Christchurch Riverside Market where food producers can sell direct to consumers in a modern setting, and consumers show up in meaningful numbers ready to buy
Guy Trafford likes what he sees in the new Christchurch Riverside Market where food producers can sell direct to consumers in a modern setting, and consumers show up in meaningful numbers ready to buy
3rd Oct 19, 2:37pm
3rd Oct 19, 1:31pm
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If you need to find an alternative to very low term deposit interest rate returns, Martin Hawes has some guidance on how you should approach the change
If you need to find an alternative to very low term deposit interest rate returns, Martin Hawes has some guidance on how you should approach the change
3rd Oct 19, 1:31pm
3rd Oct 19, 12:00pm
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Electricity market changes include big power companies having to sell electricity at 'affordable' rates into wholesale market and extending discount pricing rates to all power customers; 'backstop legislation' will allow Govt to regulate when necessary
Electricity market changes include big power companies having to sell electricity at 'affordable' rates into wholesale market and extending discount pricing rates to all power customers; 'backstop legislation' will allow Govt to regulate when necessary
3rd Oct 19, 12:00pm
3rd Oct 19, 11:13am
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Auction activity is steadily rising with an average sales rate of 60% at the latest auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
Auction activity is steadily rising with an average sales rate of 60% at the latest auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
3rd Oct 19, 11:13am
3rd Oct 19, 11:02am
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Terry Baucher finds a complicated mess in how the British handle differential VAT rates and exemptions, the UK tax agency's entanglements, the OECD's drive to tax energy, and the European penchant to tax everything
Terry Baucher finds a complicated mess in how the British handle differential VAT rates and exemptions, the UK tax agency's entanglements, the OECD's drive to tax energy, and the European penchant to tax everything
3rd Oct 19, 11:02am
3rd Oct 19, 9:53am
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Peter Dunne looks at the challenges Labour faces from being in coalition with NZ First suggesting the party needs to take a stand against a NZ First position on a drugs issue
Peter Dunne looks at the challenges Labour faces from being in coalition with NZ First suggesting the party needs to take a stand against a NZ First position on a drugs issue
3rd Oct 19, 9:53am
3rd Oct 19, 9:22am
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With the countdown to the announcement of final decisions in the RBNZ's broadest ever review of banks' regulatory capital requirements underway, Gareth Vaughan looks at some key issues
With the countdown to the announcement of final decisions in the RBNZ's broadest ever review of banks' regulatory capital requirements underway, Gareth Vaughan looks at some key issues
3rd Oct 19, 9:22am
3rd Oct 19, 8:40am
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Auckland Council CCO Panuku's annual report shows double digit increases in staffing levels and costs
Auckland Council CCO Panuku's annual report shows double digit increases in staffing levels and costs
3rd Oct 19, 8:40am
3rd Oct 19, 8:02am
Risk-off market moves: equities and bond yields fall sharply again. NZD outperforms, likely on short-covering. NZ rates make new all-time lows as market starts pricing a chance of -50 bp RBNZ November cut
Risk-off market moves: equities and bond yields fall sharply again. NZD outperforms, likely on short-covering. NZ rates make new all-time lows as market starts pricing a chance of -50 bp RBNZ November cut
3rd Oct 19, 8:02am

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