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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters needs an "alibi" if the economy turns south (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Government needs more points on scorecard

Fri 17 Nov

Editor's Insight: ANZ is blunt in its analysis – “Above-trend growth is hard to achieve when the most cyclical part of the economy [housing] looks set to remain soft.”

Chairman Craig Stobo said "Diversifying our funding sources remains a core component of Precinct’s capital management strategy"

Precinct Properties to raise $100m in 7-year bond

Mon 13 Nov 2

The indicative margin is 150-to-160 basis points above the seven-year swap rate.

TEC chief executive Tim Fowler is confident the steps the Tertiary Commission has taken are "most appropriate under the circumstances"

OIA release raises questions on Intueri inquiry

Fri 10 Nov 1

Consultation completed months ago but TEC report yet to emerge.  

Chairman Craig Stobo said "Diversifying our funding sources remains a core component of Precinct’s capital management strategy"

Precinct considers bond offer, lifts first-quarter dividend

Thu 9 Nov 15

Precinct increased annual profit 17% to $162.1 million in the latest financial year ended June 30.

Financial Times economics editor Martin Wolf said “banking remains too undercapitalised for comfort as it relies on the alchemy of risk weighting”

How banks cut gearing risk

Fri 27 Oct 2

Opinion: Low risk-weighting of residential mortgages allows banks to reduce their level of disclosed leverage.

ANZ Bank chief executive David Hisco says operating expenses are now below 2010 levels

ANZ Bank loses market share in mortgages, dairy lending

Fri 27 Oct 1

ANZ denies its appetite for lending has diminished.

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