Personal Finance

30 Jul 18, 11:29am
Rate cuts at Kiwibank bring their term deposit offers to similar levels as their major rivals. Range between banks remains very narrow
25 Jul 18, 1:14pm
Boutique fund manager and investment magazine publisher launch KiwiSaver scheme with subscription-style fee structure and 'genuine' active management
24 Jul 18, 5:08pm
Government launches campaign to keep public in the loop as lawyers, accountants and real estate agents need to start complying with anti-money laundering rules
23 Jul 18, 7:32am
The anxieties over our overseas debt obligations have faded significantly over the past generation. David Chaston updates the data and explores why we are less worried now
21 Jul 18, 10:16am
Should you invest in an asset class at a bad time in the market cycle just to achieve diversification? Jenée Tibshraeny asks Martin Hawes
21 Jul 18, 9:31am
The World Gold Council says three key macro trends will influence gold’s behaviour, and combined with attractive entry levels, will increase gold’s relevance for investors
12 Jul 18, 2:13pm
Share market investors more upbeat on NZ's financial markets than property investors despite jitters in both markets; KiwiSaver investor confidence subpar
11 Jul 18, 8:53am
ANZ's continuing to advance more and more money to its NZ finance arm - ironically at a time when it's trying to offload it
7 Jul 18, 8:09am
Henry Chueh's top nine tips for those keen to invest in cryptocurrencies
6 Jul 18, 12:59pm
The shift from a US dollar dominant world to a multipolar one where the Chinese yuan is rising could provoke considerable geopolitical turmoil. For nations seeking to mitigate their risks, gold has much to offer, says Andrew Sheng
5 Jul 18, 2:52pm
Are young people that earn decent salaries too privileged to be thrown a bone by the Government? Jenée Tibshraeny thinks not
4 Jul 18, 3:00pm
NZ warned open banking in the UK isn't all it's cracked up to be, with the tech giants rather the garage start-ups best placed to capitalise on having access to banks' data
30 Jun 18, 9:17am
The combination of boomer demographics and a weakening economy is depressing term deposit rates. Thus David Chaston says the prospect is for lower rates in the future
29 Jun 18, 11:42am
IAG the first big player in the finance sector to get rid of staff sales targets; Move comes in the wake of law changes in NZ and a royal commission inquiry in Australia
28 Jun 18, 11:28am
Do we have a household debt problem? Yes we do, but it is not as severe as you may think and we are getting it under control, David Chaston says
27 Jun 18, 10:00am
Government to strengthen consumer credit laws as it aims to stop people getting caught in 'appalling debt spirals' that are very difficult to escape
22 Jun 18, 12:00pm
ANZ's for-sale NZ finance arm lifts half-year profit 8% to $32.7 million but gives no indication of when its protracted sales process may be completed
22 Jun 18, 10:41am
Westpac cuts 1, 2 and 3-year mortgage rates by up to 10 basis points, making similar changes to those already made by ASB and ANZ
20 Jun 18, 7:36am
Investors in bank deposits need to know that their bank has the liquidity to operate safely, with sufficient margin to tolerate unusual stresses
16 Jun 18, 9:20am
Peer to peer lending facilitator Harmoney is to begin lending money through its own online platform


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