Daily Archives

11 03 2019

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08:00US jobs data in major miss; Canada jobs grow; Japan GDP up; China debt growth slows; China price growth falls; AU polls suggest change; UST 10yr 2.63%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
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10:00Chris Trotter says the Government's handling of the Tax Working Group has highlighted Grant Robertson's reliance on his mentor Michael CullenThe Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, March 11, 2019Roger J Kerr says the current pessimism around the Australian and New Zealand currencies is not justifiedUS equities and bond yields close to unchanged on the day; USD was broadly lower on the day, although the bulk of those losses had occurred pre-payrolls; NZD was the top-performing currency on Friday
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15:00Kiwibank to move Auckland corporate office to the Wynyard Quarter as CEO says the state owned bank is 'under represented' in the City of SailsLabour more discreet than NZ First in gauging public opinion on the introduction of a capital gains tax through an online poll
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17:00Super city to conduct review of human resources amid a rapid growth in staffing costsIAG pulls back from providing contents insurance to new customers in Wellington in further move to more risk-based pricingA review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; some rate cuts, retail sales sluggish, Norwegian blues, ANZ finds cheap funding, swaps lower & flatter, NZD firm, & moreThe new leadership of Fonterra will need to demonstrate at next week's half-year result announcement that they are getting a handle on the giant dairy co-operative's many problems and issues
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