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Moody's Comments On NZ Commerce Commission's Pricing Decision

Moody's Comments On NZ Commerce Commission's Pricing Decision

Sydney - Moody's Investors Service has noted the New Zealand Commerce Commission's interim decision on allowable rates of return and pricing inputs for the 2011/2012 financial year (the transition year).

Japan Intervenes To Weaken The Yen

Goldman Sachs Global Markets Daily: Intervention in USD/JPY

ANZ Morning Brief - Thursday 16 September 2010

ANZ Morning Brief - Thursday 16 September 2010

OUTLOOK

CURRENCY: Markets await the RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement and OCR review at 9am today. Expect an underperforming NZD as a result of no change to the cash rate and a subdued statement accompanying this.

Westpac Global Markets Strategy Group: Morning FX Thoughts - NZ Edition

Westpac Global Markets Strategy Group: Morning FX Thoughts - NZ Edition

US equities are currently up 0.3% after falling into the red around the weak NY Fed manufacturing survey, reports of corporate activity later offering support. The market is closely watching the S&P500's pivotal 1130 level.

Introducing A Brand New Signature In Hospitality - Vivanta By Taj Hotels & Resorts

Introducing A Brand New Signature In Hospitality - Vivanta By Taj Hotels & Resorts

Taj Hotels Resorts & Palaces today announced the second phase of their brand architecture exercise with the roll-over of 19 hotels to their new brand, Vivanta by Taj Hotels & Resorts, slotted in the 5-Star Upper Upscale segment.

KiwiRail Hopes To Re-Open Main North Line Tomorrow

KiwiRail Hopes To Re-Open Main North Line Tomorrow

KiwiRail is seeking to re-open the Main North Line to rail traffic by tomorrow evening (Thursday 16 September), almost a week after it was closed by a massive slip south of Kaikoura.

Wine Discovery New Zealand 2010 Still Going Ahead

Wine Discovery New Zealand 2010 Still Going Ahead

The Great Wine Capitals Global Network AGM and international conference being held in Christchurch in early November will be going ahead as planned following the 7.1 earthquake that hit Canterbury on Saturday 4 September.

New Project To Fix Payroll Giving Challenges

New Project To Fix Payroll Giving Challenges

Encouraged by the new payroll-giving legislation introduced earlier this year, the Payroll Giving Foundation is ambitiously setting out to raise money with not-for-profit organisations from employee and employer contributions.

What Ever Happened To The Ozone Hole?

What Ever Happened To The Ozone Hole?

This year's ozone hole season is "slow to kick in," says NIWA atmospheric scientist, Dr Olaf Morgenstern.

Power Bills Set To Push Kiwi Homes Into The Red

Power Bills Set To Push Kiwi Homes Into The Red

The number of New Zealand households unable or unwilling to pay power bills on time is set to increase over the next six months according to debt recovery agency Baycorp.