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for week ending 24/04/2014
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22 Apr 2014 10:07MacroBusiness (blog)
This Weeks Top Stories
McKibbin: Australian dollar to the moon!
22 Apr 2014 10:07 MacroBusiness (blog)
Empirically, the Australian currency tends to weaken when commodity prices fall or when domestic interest rates fall relative to those in the United States.  more...
Genesis shares stag 17% at listing, first trade at $1.81
17 Apr 2014 13:04 Scoop
April 17 (BusinessDesk) – Shares in the partially privatised Genesis Energy debuted on the NZX this afternoon, rising 26 cents, or 17 percent, from their $1.55 issue price, to $1.81 in the first minutes of trading.  more...
Australian dollar smashed as CPI fizzles
23 Apr 2014 13:30 MacroBusiness (blog)
Australian dollar smashed as CPI fizzles. Posted by Houses and Holes in Australian Economy at 11:35am on April 23, 2014 | 0 comments.  more...
New Zealand dollar falling ahead of expected rate hike
18 Apr 2014 06:46 ForexLive (blog)
All 15 economists polled by Bloomberg anticipate a quarter-point hike so there is little drama in the decision but continue hawkish rhetoric from Wheeler makes the short side of NZD/USD a tough trade. That hasn't deterred Morgan Stanley. Yesterday ...  more...
New Zealand Minister, Economists Slam US Analyst for 'Alarmist' Article on NZ ...
22 Apr 2014 16:41 International Business Times AU
New Zealand's economy has been previously likened to Ireland. In a Bloomberg report, SLJ Macro Partners Stephen Jen and colleague Faith Yimazn said it was only a matter of time before the New Zealand dollar will decline. Both analysts remarked that the ...  more...
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