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RBNZ Preview: Slightly More Upbeat But Still In No Hurry

Key Points: We expect the RBNZ to hold the OCR at 2.50% on Thursday (0900 NZT) following its "emergency" 50bp cut delivered last month in response to the second Christchurch earthquake.

IG Markets - Afternoon Thoughts

IG Markets - Afternoon Thoughts

Across Asia, regional markets are ending the Easter-shortened week on a positive note, with all indices firmly in the black following the very strong corporate earnings and economic data out of the US overnight. The Kospi and Hang Seng are the best performers, up 1.1% and 0.9% respectively.

Solid Energy Seeks Consents For Small Demonstration Briquetting Plant

Solid Energy has today confirmed that it is seeking consents from the Gore District Council and Environment Southland to build a small demonstration briquetting plant, to prove the technology, market product, and build staff capability in running the plant.

Discussion Document On Disclosure Requirements For Non-bank Deposit Takers Released

The Reserve Bank, in conjunction with the Ministry of Economic Development, today released a discussion document on proposed disclosure requirements for the non-bank deposit taking (NBDT) sector.

TD: AU: Rising March Quarter Producer Prices: A Sign Of Inflation To Come, But Not Next Week - 21 April 2011

TD: AU: Rising March Quarter Producer Prices: A Sign Of Inflation To Come, But Not Next Week - 21 April 2011

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Going for gold (and other commodities)

March quarter Producer Price Index

 1Q 2011 domestic final producer prices (received by producers for finished goods) increased by 1.2%Q/Q or 2.9%Y/Y, better than expectations for 1% and 2.7% respectively.

Discussion Document On Disclosure Requirements For Non-Bank Deposit Takers Released

Discussion Document On Disclosure Requirements For Non-Bank Deposit Takers Released

The Reserve Bank, in conjunction with the Ministry of Economic Development, today released a discussion document on proposed disclosure requirements for the non-bank deposit taking (NBDT) sector.

Solid Energy Seeks Consents For Small Demonstration Briquetting Plant

Solid Energy has today confirmed that it is seeking consents from the Gore District Council and Environment Southland to build a small demonstration briquetting plant, to prove the technology, market product, and build staff capability in running the plant.

InternetNZ Partners With Talklink Trust

InternetNZ Partners With Talklink Trust

InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc), the non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the Internet in New Zealand has formed a partnership with Talklink Trust.

ACCC Proposes Five Year Regulatory Pricing Period In Final Access Determinations For Fixed Line Services

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission today commenced a public inquiry and issued a discussion paper on the making of final access determinations (FADs) for the six declared fixed line telecommunications services.

Earthquakes And Dollar Fail To Rattle Pharmazen

Earthquakes And Dollar Fail To Rattle Pharmazen

Despite the on-going drag of a stubbornly high New Zealand dollar and the September earthquake, biotechnology company PharmaZen is pleased to report both an increase in volume and profit as well as a lift in confidence for the future.