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Three Investment Avenues To Watch Out For In 2021

Article – Kalkine

Summary This is the right time for investors to ascertain their best-suited investment avenues to wade through financial market uncertainty in 2021. Cryptocurrency, electric vehicles, and commodities are some promising investment themes holding great potential … Read more »

Property Market Set To Cool From Sizzling To Warm In 2021

Press Release – Quotable Value New Zealand

Nostradamus himself could not have predicted the strange series of events that befell our world in 2020 nor the wild trajectory of New Zealands property market, which has gone from doom and gloom to boom and Zoom in record time. Even … Read more »

A Million Reasons To Use ASB’s Card Control This Summer

Press Release – ASB Bank

ASB is reminding customers who lose or temporarily misplace their Visa card this summer to use the banks mobile app to place an instant block on its use. In the 12 months to the end of November more than 100,000 ASB Visa cards were reported lost … Read more »

Bank Of New Zealand And Israel’s Ourcrowd Announce Tech Investment Alliance

Press Release – Bank of New Zealand

OurCrowd, one of the worlds largest global venture investing platforms, and Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) today announced an innovative collaboration that will provide BNZ customers with direct access to exclusive OurCrowd cutting-edge companies, venture … Read more »

Westpac Agri Futures Established To Help Young People Into Rural Careers

Press Release – Westpac

The importance of our primary industries has been recognised with a new sector to be included in the 2021 Ford Ranger New Zealand Rural Games. The Rural Games will now include Westpac Agri Futures in association with Property Brokers and this is … Read more »

Five Investing Tips To Beat Stock Market Uncertainty In 2021

Press Release – Kalkine

Summary Stock markets threw up one of the best investing lessons in 2020, exhibiting massive volatility, emotional swings, erratic moves, and multi-bagger returns. It seems to be the right time for investors to chart out their investment plans for … Read more »

Northland And New Zealand’s Rural Sector Steal The Show In The Latest ASB Regional Economic Scoreboard

Press Release – ASB

Northland climbs seven spots to take top place Rural New Zealand dominates this quarter with Bay of Plenty and Waikato rounding out the top three The North Island is still the place to be as the South Island trails Taranaki dropped eight spots, … Read more »

Warnings Against Christmas Pyramid Schemes Preying On Low-Income People

Press Release – Child Poverty Action Group

Ng Tngata Microfinance is warning whnau to stay safe this Christmas and avoid pyramid schemes, many of which use cryptocurrency, including Gifting/Koha Circles that are promoted primarily to and by Mori and Pasifika families. Ng Tngata … Read more »

ASB Welcomes Business Finance Guarantee Scheme Extension With An Interest Rate Cut

Press Release – ASB Bank

  ASB has cut its Business Finance Guarantee Scheme (BFGS) interest rates to help ensure more businesses benefit following the schemes latest extension, announced by the Government today. The revised Government scheme includes more flexibility … Read more »

Net International Liability Position Narrows As Net External Debt Widens

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

New Zealands net international liability position was $177.9 billion (55.5 percent of GDP) at 30 September 2020, $2.4 billion narrower than at 30 June 2020, Stats NZ said today. The net international investment position represents the difference between … Read more »

Private Investors Key To NZ’s Future

Press Release – NZ Private Capital Association

Private investors are the key to New Zealands venture capital future according to the New Zealand Private Capital Association. Speaking at an end of year review, NZ Private Capital executive director Colin McKinnon says: ` I am excited about the … Read more »

Suggestions That ANZ Action Is In Best Interests Of Customers Is Laughable

Press Release – Social Credit Party

Suggestions by former ANZ Economist Cameron Bagrie that his former employers move to implement 40% Loan to Value restrictions shows it is thinking of the best interests of customers would be laughable if it wasn’t so tragic. The last thing … Read more »

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