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23 Jun 18, 1:58pm
Under-supply and over-supply - the things that drive most markets also drive the online dating 'market', says Joanna Davies. Basic economics, she suggests
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23 Jun 18, 9:11am
A fresh approach to personal savings is the only way to stop our slide into inequality and low productivity, argues Robert MacCulloch
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22 Jun 18, 1:00pm
Rabobank says New Zealand's dairy exports are facing brighter export prospects as prices rally on unfavourable weather in other countries, and trade frictions damage supply
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22 Jun 18, 10:00am
Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
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21 Jun 18, 9:37am
Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts put a spotlight on what the Privacy Bill means for New Zealand banks
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20 Jun 18, 8:46am
Although corporate bond values have nearly tripled in 10 years, much of that growth is in emerging markets. While a correction seems likely as defaults rise, Susan Lund says the shift toward bond financing is actually a welcome development
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19 Jun 18, 2:33pm
Markets closed the week out weaker with currencies all down against the USD; NZD remains on the back foot against the USD, from the decline from 0.7050 with further downside expected; NZD making gradual gains against the AUD
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18 Jun 18, 8:46am
Weak business confidence in New Zealand's public policy makers could trigger a currency downgrade if Thursday's GDP data shows an evaporating growth track
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16 Jun 18, 6:31am
Brendon Harre says to solve our housing shortage the simplest solutions should be tried first, such as reducing taxes and removing impediments on building decent housing. Taxing housing more won't deliver more housing
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14 Jun 18, 9:56am
Peter Zámborský looks at the opportunities for foreign businesses presented by partnering in joint ventures in China's less developed provinces
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12 Jun 18, 1:39pm
Trade war talks will dominate headlines over the week; FOMC will no doubt hike rates this week on the 14th; NZD continues to trade within the tight range band of 0.7050 and 0.7000 key support this month
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11 Jun 18, 7:49am
Here are the likely responses in the currency markets to the NZD from the various forces that are about to play out, from local data, to capricious American policy jerks, to ECB tapering
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9 Jun 18, 10:54am
Matt Gibson explains how bitcoin works and the role blockchain technology plays in in its existence
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7 Jun 18, 4:59pm
The current trade spat is about more than economics. Minxin Pei says while China might avoid a trade war in the short term, the longer term will bring escalating tension, possibly even a full-blown cold war
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5 Jun 18, 12:56pm
On the off-chance the Government doesn’t fix the housing crisis tomorrow, what can they offer millennials - who’ll think they will be renting forever? Robbie Nichol investigates.
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5 Jun 18, 11:41am
Rebecca Sellers urges New Zealand consumers & businesses to have their say in the Government's long awaited review of insurance contract law
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5 Jun 18, 9:49am
Federated Farmers' member survey shows farmer satisfaction with banks holding at about 80% positive, but sharemilker satisfaction is down sharply
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4 Jun 18, 1:14pm
Stephen Roach explains the political appeal of the Trump Administration's nonsensical approach to trade with China
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4 Jun 18, 10:01am
Although the immediate threats are priced in to the value of the NZD, markets are forgetting that our currency does get safe-haven benefits during debt crises in other regions
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2 Jun 18, 10:06am
Lee Jong-Wha says rapid population aging is a serious threat to Asia’s long-term economic prospects. However Asian economies can mitigate these risks and become more productive, resilient, and dynamic than ever
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