Stuart Ive

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The Hindu
New Zealand election: Ruling party ahead but Winston Peters in no rush to decideopen on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off it's either going to b
The Hindu / Posted 4 hours ago
open on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off it's either going to be Labour or National leading the country,” Stuart Ive, a Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said on Sunday. Mr. Peters has been in parliament since 1978 and was... Read more
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Swissinfo
New Zealand's ruling party ahead after poll but kingmaker in no rush to decideopen on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off – it's either going to
Swissinfo / Posted 5 hours ago
open on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off – it's either going to be Labour or National leading the country," Stuart Ive, a Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said on Sunday. NZ markets react to opinion polls -... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
New Zealand's ruling party ahead after poll but kingmaker in no rush to decideopen on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off – it's either going to
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 hours ago
open on Monday morning we're at the moment no better off – it's either going to be Labour or National leading the country," Stuart Ive, a Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said on Sunday. (Reporting by Ana Nicolaci da Costa and Charlotte... Read more
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Reuters
New Zealand's ruling party ahead after poll but kingmaker in no rush to decideopen on Monday morning we’re at the moment no better off – it’s either going to
Reuters / Posted 7 hours ago
open on Monday morning we’re at the moment no better off – it’s either going to be Labour or National leading the country,” Stuart Ive, a Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said on Sunday. Reporting by Ana Nicolaci da Costa and Charlotte... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Political risk up in NZ markets on pollit could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely ra
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
it could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely raise funding in offshore wholesale markets. Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said: "Investors want a stable platform, they don't want to see someone... Read more
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News.com.au
Political risk up in NZ markets on pollit could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely ra
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
it could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely raise funding in offshore wholesale markets. Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said: "Investors want a stable platform, they don't want to see someone... Read more
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19d
Geelong Advertiser
Political risk up in NZ markets on pollit could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely ra
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 19 days ago
it could also feed through to the profit margins of major banks, who largely raise funding in offshore wholesale markets. Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial, said: "Investors want a stable platform, they don't want to see someone... Read more
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23d
The Star
Political risk climbs in NZ markets as Labour leads in poll, Kiwi dollar dentedstable platform, they don't want to see someone come in and rock the boat too m
The Star / Posted 23 days ago
stable platform, they don't want to see someone come in and rock the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it more expensive for us to borrow money," said Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial. - Reu... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Political risk climbs in NZ markets as Labour leads in poll, Kiwi dollar dentedthe boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it m
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 days ago
the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it more expensive for us to borrow money," said Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial. (Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Martin Howell)Source:... Read more
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23d
EuroNews
Political risk climbs in NZ markets as Labour leads in poll, Kiwi dollar dentedin and rock the boat too much… if someone came in disrupting that base it would
EuroNews / Posted 23 days ago
in and rock the boat too much… if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it more expensive for us to borrow money,” said Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial. (Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Martin... Read more
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The Star
Political risk climbs in NZ markets as Labour leads in poll, Kiwi dollar dentedin and rock the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it wou
The Star / Posted 23 days ago
in and rock the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it more expensive for us to borrow money," said Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial. (Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Martin How... Read more
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23d
Reuters
Political risk climbs in NZ markets as Labour leads in poll, Kiwi dollar dentedin and rock the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it wou
Reuters / Posted 23 days ago
in and rock the boat too much... if someone came in disrupting that base it would make it more expensive for us to borrow money,” said Stuart Ive, Wellington-based dealer at OM Financial. Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Martin... Read more
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Market Watch
U.S. gas futures surge after Storm Harvey hits Texas; WTI crude prices fallNymex crude futures reflect concerns about demand in the region following the w
Market Watch / Posted 27 days ago
Nymex crude futures reflect concerns about demand in the region following the weather-related shutdowns of refineries, said Stuart Ive of OM Financial, though Brent prices were higher as overall global demand was solid. But crude oil prices are... Read more
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Market Watch
U.S. gasoline prices surge in wake of Storm HarveyNymex crude futures reflect concerns about demand in the region following the w
Market Watch / Posted 27 days ago
Nymex crude futures reflect concerns about demand in the region following the weather-related shutdowns of refineries, said Stuart Ive of OM Financial, though Brent prices were higher as overall global demand was solid. Investors will also have... Read more
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