Daily Archives

08 03 2019

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05:00Harmoney looking to raise $25 mln of new equity this year, founder Neil Roberts says, as the peer-to-peer lender eyes continuing growth
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07:00US household net worth falls; ECB restarts stimulus; Beijing worried about local authority debt levels; claims China's economy is overstated; air cargo volumes retreat; UST 10yr 2.65%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
08:00Global equity markets, global bond rates and euro lower; other key currency movements have been modest, with the NZD and AUD close to where they were yesterday morning; NZ longer term bond and swap rates fell 3-4bps
09:00Local government grappling with construction sector challengesThe Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, March 8, 2019
10:00After defeat in the Court of Appeal, ANZ wants to take fight to prevent potential action by the FMA against the bank on behalf of collapsed 'Company X' investors to the Supreme Court
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12:00Guy Trafford wraps up some topical issues for dairy darmers, including the chance prices will stay high, and the work being done using a seaweed diet to control methane
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14:00Non-residential construction shows strong growth in Auckland despite recent high-profile failures A block of seven flats in Parnell sold for $4.025 million providing its new owners with a net yield of 3.93%
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16:00A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; rents ease, manufacturing withers, building work up, household financial wealth dips, swaps flatten, NZF stays high, & more
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18:00The Department of Conservation won't appeal Environmental Protection Authority decision allowing dredged material to be dumped east of Great Barrier Island
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