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13 Dec 17, 7:53am
NZD has maintained its shift to the upper end of the 0.68 – 0.70 trading range against the USD; AUD strengthened overnight; USD strengthened a bit against the major currencies; US yields edged up a few basis points; local swap rates were mostly unchanged
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12 Dec 17, 12:08pm
Market prices in 98% chance for Fed rate hike this week; ECB, BoE, Swiss National Bank and Bank of Norway to also announce policies this week
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12 Dec 17, 8:06am
NZD moved up around 0.75% on the news of Adrian Orr’s appointment as RBNZ Governor; local rates were higher and steeper; Fed will almost certainly hike the Fed Funds Target Range by 25 basis points on Thursday
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9 Dec 17, 8:31am
Rabobank reckons that despite rising US and Brazilian production, 2018 prices for NZ beef won't suffer. But new Chinese emphasis on domestic production does cloud prospects further out
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8 Dec 17, 10:13am
National Party housing spokesperson responds to Phil Twyford's first big policy speech on how he will tackle housing affordability, housing availability and home ownership
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8 Dec 17, 10:00am
A Motu Top 10 on festive giving ideas; gender, nature and nurture; lost Einsteins; how Nazis are made; paywalls; potatoes and productivity, Mugabe's lottery win & climate change in the USian mind
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6 Dec 17, 2:26pm
Flexible exchange rates provide valuable monetary-policy independence. But in a dollar-dominated global trade environment, its ability to support full employment is severely limited claims Gita Gopinath
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6 Dec 17, 10:16am
Patrick Watson argues that much like the War on Drugs gave the US more drugs, the country's 'War on Slow Growth' might give it even slower economic growth
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6 Dec 17, 10:04am
Signaled public policy changes have farmers much more cautious for 2018, although most still expect their business performance stay the same or improve and farm investment to stay the same or increase
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6 Dec 17, 9:16am
Xi claims a "new era" version of non-democratic economic and political organisation superior to Western systems. But the Chinese development model is deficient in fundamental respects says Pranab Bardhan and not easily reproducible elsewhere
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6 Dec 17, 8:37am
Farmer survey reports that only a small minority farmers feel that they have come under undue pressure from bankers over the past six months as rural sector heads into a drier-than-normal period
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28 Nov 17, 11:59am
George Friedman & Xander Snyder probe what's behind the recent rise in oil prices
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25 Nov 17, 12:03pm
Roy Morgan Research poll finds high levels of optimism about 2018, led by young, female Aucklanders. Those over 65 are least optimistic
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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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