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2015/04/02 07:05
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Iron ore dropped more than 11 per cent over the past six sharemarket sessions to $US49.53, devaluing mining shares. Photo: Reuters The Australian sharemarket pushed higher on Thursday, buoyed by the...
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2015/04/02 02:46
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The May budget is set to introduce a $500 million tax on deposits to cover the governments' costs for a bail-out. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan The nation's biggest bank says the federal government's...
2015/04/01 09:05
2015/04/01 09:05
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CBA and ANZ say customers will pay for a safer banking system. Photo: Louie Douvis Two of Australia's largest banks are warning that interest rates on loans could rise if they are made to carry more...
2015/03/31 19:46
2015/03/31 19:46
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Ore with 62 per cent content at Qingdao, China, sank 28 per cent since the start of the year, according to daily data from Metal Bulletin Ltd. Photo: Bloomberg Iron ore completed the biggest...
2015/03/31 05:54
2015/03/31 05:54
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The New Zealand dollar has held above 98 Australian cents, having earlier touched a post-float high, as the slumping price of iron ore stoked bets the Reserve Bank of Australia will cut interest rates...
2015/03/29 22:28
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New Zealanders have become more confident about the labour market and confident they'll be able to earn more in a growing economy. The Westpac McDermott Miller Employment Confidence Index rose to...
2015/03/26 06:21
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The rise in the Australian dollar against its US counterpart could force the Reserve Bank of Australia to hike rates next month instead of May Photo: Jessica Shapiro The Australian dollar on Thursday...
2015/03/25 02:05
2015/03/25 02:05
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Sydney faces the choice of whether it wishes to grow up or out. Photo: Chrisopher Pearce Australia's central bank said easy monetary policy globally is spurring demand for the nation's office...
2015/03/24 06:05
2015/03/24 06:05
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The New Zealand dollar has dropped against most major currencies after data showed weaker-than-expected manufacturing in the nation's No.2 market of China. The kiwi traded at 97.21 Australian cents...
2015/03/22 21:28
2015/03/22 21:28
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New Zealand consumer confidence rose in the first three months of the year, as Kiwis enjoyed cheaper fuel prices and lower fixed home-loan rates, and became more upbeat about the near-term outlook for...
2015/03/21 00:12
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The ASX finished well up for the week, pushing close to the 6000-mark after a late spurt on Friday that defied a fall on Wall Street. Shares finished well up for the week, pushing close to the...
2015/03/20 05:09
2015/03/20 05:09
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Australia stocks started lower Friday, with the S&P/ASX 200 (AU:XJO) down 0.1%, inching back from a strong 1.9% gain the previous session. Banking shares were broadly weaker after a mostly negative...
2015/03/20 00:54
2015/03/20 00:54
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New Zealand's immigration hit a new record in the year through February, driven by more arrivals and fewer departures. The country had a net gain of 55,100 migrants in the year through February,...
2015/03/19 06:46
2015/03/19 06:46
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Fund managers are split on whether the promise of ongoing liquidity from global central banks is enough to justify a positive outlook for the big four bank stocks. Photo: Jesse Marlow An assurance...
2015/03/19 03:28
2015/03/19 03:28
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Bank of New Zealand customers will miss out on earning Air New Zealand [NZX: AIR] Airpoints through spending on their credit cards when a deal between Air New Zealand and the lender expires next...
2015/03/18 08:30
2015/03/18 08:30
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The New Zealand dollar fell after prices of dairy products dropped more than some expected in the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight and as the market awaits the US Federal Reserve's latest review of...
2015/03/18 05:24
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The Australian dollar failed to gather any momentum on Wednesday, as investors await a meeting of the US Federal Reserve to gain some insight into the timeline for America's normalisation of interest...
2015/03/17 04:09
2015/03/17 04:09
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Australia stocks went galloping upward in early Tuesday market action, with strong overnight gains on Wall Street helping to send the S&P/ASX 200 (AU:XJO) up 0.7%, more than erasing its 0.3% loss the...
2015/03/16 20:46
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Craig Dunn will chair Stone and Chalk. Photo: Michele Mossop Technology start-ups will be given subsidised office space by the banks they are seeking to disrupt, with a new financial technology hub...
2015/03/16 14:05
2015/03/16 14:05
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Having spent five years running Aussie Home Loans, the original banking disrupter that brought cut-throat competition to home loans and forced big banks to slash mortgage rates, Stephen Porges has...
2015/04/02 07:05
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