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TD: Market Musing: G20 Finance Minsters Promise Everything And Nothing - 24 October 2010

Monday, 25 October, 2010 - 07:43

G20 finance minsters promise everything and nothing, exactly as expected

How 'Hot' Is The 'Wall Of Money' Into EM?

Tuesday, 28 September, 2010 - 07:53

The latest on the global cyclical momentum and 'decoupling' will be in focus this week as we get the usual start of the month PMI readings from across the globe as well as our final GLI reading on Friday.

Westpac Institutional Bank Morning Report 17.9.10

Friday, 17 September, 2010 - 09:19

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ANZ Quick Reaction: NZ Q1 Current Account

Wednesday, 23 June, 2010 - 12:32

Data Summary: Q1 2010 Current Account

Current Account Balance (actual): +$176m (-$250m expected, -$3,414m last)

Annual Current Account Balance as % of GDP: -2.4% (-2.7% expected, -2.9% last)

Net International Investment Position as % of GDP: -88.9% (-90.6% last)

Confidence Lifts In 2nd Quarter - ASB

Thursday, 17 June, 2010 - 09:03

Consumer confidence lifted over the second quarter of 2010  with a broad-based recovery across New Zealand, the ASB said in a statement today.

Moody's Says South Korea In Strong Position In Face Of Rising Tensions

Monday, 31 May, 2010 - 17:30

Singapore, May 31, 2010 -- Moody's Investors Service says that South Korea's geopolitical defenses and economic fundamentals should prove strong enough to withstand a period of heightened tensions. The stable outlook on Korea's A1 rating remains appropriate.

ASB Quickview: Q4 Overseas Trade Indices

Wednesday, 10 March, 2010 - 12:38

* The merchandise terms of trade rose 5.7% in Q4, with weak import prices driving the improvement.

* Merchandise export prices fell 0.3% and import prices fell 5.8%.

* Export volumes fell 1.2%, weaker than we expected.