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News on New Investments

Posted on: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
ANZ Bank by Roger Kerr
ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited has today announced that it is making offers of unsecured unsubordinated bonds to institutional investors and New Zealand retail investors.
Posted on: Monday, August 22, 2016
Kiwi Property Group by Roger Kerr
Kiwi Property Group has launched a 7 year Senior, Secured, Fixed Rate Bond
Posted on: Monday, July 25, 2016
Wellington International Airport Limited has announced an offer of up to $60,000,000 eight year, unsecured, unsubordinated fixed rate bonds (Bonds) to New Zealand resident retail and institutional investors.

Market Commentary

Posted on: Monday, August 22, 2016
Both the Government and the RBNZ are currently rejecting calls to abandon the Policy Targets Agreement to keep inflation between 1% and 3% and they should continue to do so. Technology
Posted on: Sunday, August 14, 2016
Greed and fear always drive markets. That is why we have some cash/fixed interest investors prepared to take higher liquidity and market risks to get a yield return they want or need.
Posted on: Sunday, August 07, 2016
Having been forced to do a U-turn last month with their monetary policy stance the RBNZ will be very conscious to deliver to market expectations on this occasion. The last thing they will want to do is to disappoint the financial markets and send the NZ dollar higher as a consequence.