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Watch for signs of domestic and global corporate health this week
While central banks on both sides of the Tasman will take centre stage downunder this week, there will also be plenty of information about corporate and economic health both domestically and globally 
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NZ dollar sags after avalanche of data and central bank action
The New Zealand dollar was little changed but with a decidedly soft tone after a busy week for global central banks, data from China, Australia and New Zealand, and ahead of a local rate decision next week 
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FMA seeks greater powers from the government
The Financial Markets Authority wants the government to give it the power to "go in and poke around" inside banks and insurers so it can stop potential problems for consumers before they happen, says chief executive Rob Everett 
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Complaints against banks up 20 percent
ANZ, ASB, Westpac and Kiwibank were the most complained about banks to the Ombudsman in the 2018/19 financial year. 
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House price slowdown eases economic risk
A slowdown in house price growth has put banks in a stronger position and reduced the chances of a major market correction, according to the ratings agency S&P Global. 
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NZ dollar gains after China moves to boost liquidity
The New Zealand dollar gained after China's central bank on Friday said it would cut the amount of cash that banks are required to hold, freeing up liquidity for the economy.The kiwi was trading at 64.22 US cents at 7:45am in Wellington... 
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Solo mums on benefits having to decide between food and fuel
Insight - With solo mums saying benefits are not enough, and food banks seeing unprecedented demand, Sarah Robson investigates the government's welfare promises. 
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RBNZ says don't believe what banks say about capital
Don’t believe what banks say about how much capital they should have to hold, Reserve Bank deputy governor Geoff Bascand told the New Zealand Shareholders’ Association 
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NZ dollar sags after avalanche of data and central bank action
The New Zealand dollar was little changed but with a decidedly soft tone after a busy week for global central banks, data from China, Australia and New Zealand, and ahead of a local rate decision next week.The kiwi was trading at... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Fri 5:45pm 

FMA seeks greater powers from the government
The Financial Markets Authority wants the government to give it the power to "go in and poke around" inside banks and insurers so it can stop potential problems for consumers before they happen, says chief executive Rob Everett."At... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Wed 3:35pm 

NZ dollar keeps spot as world's 10th most traded currency
The New Zealand dollar remains the tenth most traded currency globally, according to a survey compiled by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS).The triennial survey took place in April and involved central banks and other... 
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Banks raise cheap wholesale funding ahead of Spring mortgage surge
Westpac and ASB Bank’s success at raising wholesale funds at low interest rates should help fuel competition through the traditionally active Spring mortgage market, says KPMG 
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Bank profits flat to match lacklustre business mood
Softer loan growth and narrower interest rate margins have combined with a gloomy business outlook to keep retail banks' profits in check. 
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NZ dollar gains after China moves to boost liquidity
The New Zealand dollar gained after China's central bank on Friday said it would cut the amount of cash that banks are required to hold, freeing up liquidity for the economy 
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RBNZ says don't believe what banks say about capital
Don't believe what banks say about how much capital they should have to hold, Reserve Bank deputy governor Geoff Bascand told the New Zealand Shareholders' Association."Shareholders' view of capital will always be lower in the banking... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Wed, 4 Sep 10:55am 

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