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2015/04/21 02:46
2015/04/21 02:46
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The RBA governor said that sovereign bond holders are not getting much compensation for risk. Photo: Glenn Hunt Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens has warned financial markets are at...
2015/04/21 02:46
2015/04/21 02:46
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2015/04/20 20:55
2015/04/20 20:55
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... double toil and trouble. Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.” Shakespeare’s three Scottish witches managed to not only speak in firm unison, but also to correctly predict Macbeth’s...
2015/04/19 14:17
2015/04/19 14:17
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HOME loan interest rates continue to fall but many borrowers are resisting fixing their loans as they expect the cash rate to tumble further. But those mortgage holders who locked a rate in just 12...
2015/04/16 08:05
2015/04/16 08:05
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Sydney's stellar run of double-digit home price growth looks set to run out of steam next year. HSBC Australia chief economist Paul Bloxham says he expects the Reserve Bank to hike interest rates in...
2015/04/16 02:10
2015/04/16 02:10
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A leading economist predicts that Sydney housing prices will level off in 2016 after enjoying double digit growth in recent years. HSBC Australia chief economist Paul Bloxham said that those rises...
2015/04/15 22:18
2015/04/15 22:18
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AUSTRALIA needs to follow New Zealand’s example by reducing reliance on income tax and instead raising more money via the GST, a leading economist says. Lifting the rate of the Goods and Services Tax...
2015/04/14 22:55
2015/04/14 22:55
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The Reserve Bank has been warned it may have to keep cutting already historically low interest rates to prevent Australians from becoming fearful of falling wages and weaker employment prospects. The...
2015/04/14 20:17
2015/04/14 20:17
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Andrew Coker says the strong national economy is providing business confidence in the Bay underpinned by a strong kiwifruit market and private investment. New Zealand's "rock star" economy is...
2015/04/13 20:25
2015/04/13 20:25
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IT MAY not be at parity yet with the aussie, but a stronger Kiwi dollar will favour increased New Zealand investment across the Tasman, going some way towards redressing an imbalance that has heavily...
2015/04/12 18:23
2015/04/12 18:23
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The New Zealand economy is still a rock star, according to Paul Bloxham, the man who originally coined the phrase. In a New Zealand economics comment, Mr Bloxham, the chief economist for HSBC Bank...
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2015/04/12 07:17
2015/04/12 07:17
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The man who talked up New Zealand's "rock star" economy a year ago, HSCB Chief Economist Paul Bloxham, says it's still rocking despite lower dairy prices and increasing salary freezes. New Zealand's...
2015/04/12 06:54
2015/04/12 06:54
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School holiday activities in the higher parts of Southland, Otago and Canterbury may include making snowmen. Heavy snow is likely to hit southern Fiordland, Southland and Clutha, above 400m, from...
2015/04/12 04:28
2015/04/12 04:28
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HBSC chief economist Paul Bloxham expects the New Zealand dollar to stay strong relative to the Aussie dollar “for some time.” “It’s an exciting situation if the Kiwi gets to the same level as the...
2015/04/10 23:28
2015/04/10 23:28
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On Q+A this week...Saturday, 11 April 2015, 10:45 amPress Release: TVNZOn Q+A this week...1. No parity parties this week, but analysts say it’s only a matter of time. How far can our ‘rock star’...
2015/04/09 19:54
2015/04/09 19:54
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HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, who coined the phrase "rock star" in January last year to describe New Zealand's economic growth, says it's still a rock star despite lower dairy prices and slower...
2015/04/08 22:18
2015/04/08 22:18
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IT MAY not be at parity yet with the aussie, but a stronger Kiwi dollar will favour increased New Zealand investment across the Tasman, going some way towards redressing an imbalance that has heavily...
2015/03/31 05:50
2015/03/31 05:50
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A strong Australian dollar has plagued business confidence. Falling commodity prices and a weak outlook for growth have increased the chance the Reserve Bank of Australia may cut rates next week,...
2015/04/21 02:46
2015/04/21 02:46
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