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  • Gen Y home ownership prospects 'rapidly declining'

    New data from Veda shows that Generation Y’s home ownership prospects appear to be rapidly declining in New Zealand.

  • BNZ Daily Markets Wrap and Strategy


    The NZD drifted lower with its commodity-linked brethren (AUD and CAD) overnight, before staging a recovery early this morning. NZD/USD sits largely unchanged from yesterday’s open, at 0.8130 currently.

  • Consumer confidence falls

    The Westpac McDermott Miller Consumer Confidence Index fell to 116.7 in September, down from 121.2 in June.

    "Consumer confidence shifted down a gear in September," commented Westpac Chief Economist Dominick Stephens. "But confidence remains at a high level."

  • NZCU South wins national contact centre award

    Credit union NZCU South are proud to announce that one of their Contact Centre Staff has won a prestigious national CRM Contact Centre Award.

    Antoinette Smith won one of four Outstanding Customer Service Representative Awards for overall attitude, WOW factor and professionalism.

  • BNZ Daily Markets Wrap and Strategy


  • NZ home loan affordability improves in August

    Home loan affordability improved in August for the third consecutive month as lower interest rates and reduced mortgage payments more than offset a slight rise in house prices.

  • Bank bargain hunting and Scotland 'keys to today's trading'

    By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

  • Shuttlerock raises $2.35m Series A, opens US office

    Shuttlerock, a visual marketing software company based in Rangiora near Christchurch, founded by former ValueClick Media Japan chief executive officer Jonathan Hendriksen, today announced it has raised $2.35 million in Series A funding.

  • CTU: Falling economic growth - wage rises overdue

    "The lower GDP growth in the three months to June is further evidence that growth has peaked. New Zealand’s economy is on the way down to mediocre growth rates," says CTU economist Bill Rosenberg.

  • Services lead to growth in GDP

    Strong growth in service industries saw gross domestic product (GDP) rise 0.7 percent in the June 2014 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today.

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