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23 Nov 17, 5:15pm
Price volatility in log market now a distant memory. Domestic demand stable. Key export markets still in basic health. Index price equals record high
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22 Nov 17, 9:06am
Taking the initiative to boost trade and other commercial contacts is the best way to resist a trade war says Bill Emmott. Prepare for the worst by negotiating multilateral agreements to preempt American mercantilism
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22 Nov 17, 8:42am
Jacob Shapiro warns that when the next US recession comes, it will strike with inequality at new heights, which is likely to translate into massive political change
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21 Nov 17, 5:29pm
NZD trading at 0.6809 USD and remains susceptible to further USD strength; NZD continues to trade lower against the AUD; US data continues to be supportive; political uncertainty in Germany weighs in on sentiment
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20 Nov 17, 4:11pm
Rabobank says red meat farmers need to understand what is driving these substitutes, and do what they can to tap into the desire for healthy, sustainable and novel products delivered through a supply chain that consumers trust
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19 Nov 17, 7:20am
Credit Suisse argues a run of bad luck is seeing Millennials do it tougher than their parents did when they were young
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18 Nov 17, 7:30am
Shaping our slice of heaven: How to link global opportunities with New Zealand’s advantages to create growth opportunities for our economy. First, look at the map
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18 Nov 17, 7:11am
George Friedman takes a look at Chinese authorities efforts to keep the country's burgeoning financial sector in check and highlights the extent of the challenges they face
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16 Nov 17, 12:01pm
Auckland properties show average gain in value of 45%, according to latest official valuations
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16 Nov 17, 8:50am
Chinese academic sees China on the right path, with a clear development blueprint and a powerful leader whose political clout all but guarantees continued reform. But major demographic issues loom
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14 Nov 17, 6:05pm
NZD is now at 0.6877 USD and should trade around current levels ahead of the US CPI and growth data; NZD trading at 0.9004 AUD and a pullback below the 0.9000 level is favoured
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13 Nov 17, 1:27pm
Auckland University researchers say beams of timber stuck onto the backs of unreinforced masonry façades could be a cheap and simple way to stop them collapsing in an earthquake. Laura McQuillan investigates
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11 Nov 17, 11:54am
Carpool campaigner Paul Minett explains why he thinks paying people to travel as passengers, instead of driving, could reduce Auckland's traffic congestion
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10 Nov 17, 11:10am
A year after winning the US election, Trump is leading his country from centre stage to the wings of international affairs, writes the University of Auckland's Stephen Hoadley
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9 Nov 17, 8:49am
Forget Korea, or the Middle East. Christopher Smart says gradual shifts in international global institutions can be far more consequential for investor behaviour, and fundamental realignments are taking place
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9 Nov 17, 5:02am
England-based professor puts the case for 'managed trade and investment', more scope for state subsidies and capital controls, and shallower rather than deeper integration in trade deals
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8 Nov 17, 9:28am
George Friedman & Xander Snyder probe the broader regional importance and challenges of Turkey's capital shortfall leading it to borrow overseas
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8 Nov 17, 9:26am
Mercer's David Scobie assesses how KiwiSaver has worked out for members over the past decade on an after-tax, after-fees basis across the various risk categories
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7 Nov 17, 1:44pm
US data shows enough positives for a December rate hike; NZD higher on commodity prices, trading at 0.6945 USD, 0.6980 level expected to hold advances; NZD trading at 0.9025 against the AUD
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4 Nov 17, 2:51pm
Keyu Jin says Xi wants a smooth transition into modernity for China, cementing the Party's authority and ensuring his own legacy
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