Harbour Asset Management research analyst Oyvinn Rimer

How hard will China's slowdown hit NZ?

Fri 3 Jul 2

The People’s Bank of China cut its benchmark interest rate for the fourth time in the six months, bringing it down to the lowest level in a decade.

ANZ National Bank chief economist Cameron Bagrie

Weak dairy prices prompt pull back in expectations for payout to dairy farmers this season

Thu 2 Jul

"Last night's GDT auction suggests the market is going to struggle to digest higher seasonal powder volumes from NZ over coming months," Cameron Bagrie said.

Peter Holland

Former Holland Corp director's 'dishonesty, intentional cover up, and lies'

Wed 24 Jun

A judge's full reasons for finding Peter Holland liable for more than $1m reveal activity worthy of criminal prosecution, his former company says.

ANZ spokesman Stefan Herrick

ANZ Bank's internet banking system suffers outages

Mon 22 Jun

UPDATE: ANZ says its systems are now back online.

ANZ senior FX strategist Sam Tuck

Kiwi dollar drops sharply on rate cut

Thu 11 Jun

Further falls seen likely amid dovish RBNZ stance.


Rob Hosking talks about the OCR cut on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

ANZ chief executive David Hisco

ANZ reduces its exposure to the dairy industry

Thu 4 Jun

ANZ says its lending to the dairy sector has fallen from $13.1 billion in 2010 to $11.3 billion by March this year, taking it down from 14% of the loan portfolio to 10%.


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