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News on New Investments

Posted on: Sunday, May 10, 2015
The Warehouse Group Limited has launched a 5 year unsecured, unsubordinated fixed rate bond issue of up to $100m.
Posted on: Monday, April 20, 2015
Kiwibank has announced the issue of unsecured, perpetual, subordinated Capital Notes.
Posted on: Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has confirmed that it is considering making an offer of NZ$250 million of senior bonds to institutional investors and to New Zealand retail investors.

Market Commentary

Posted on: Sunday, May 10, 2015
The local moneymarkets are now pricing a 100% probability of a first 0.25% cut to the OCR and a 50% probability of a second 0.25% cut over the next 12 months.
Posted on: Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The high gloss coating is starting to wear off the NZ dollar, particularly in relation to its value against the neighbouring Australian dollar.
Posted on: Monday, April 20, 2015
The New Zealand economy is again rapidly approaching one of those situations that we have seen before, a two speed affair where lower agricultural commodity prices caused falling incomes and tight cashflows in rural/provincial regions at the same time low mortgage interest rates/strong immigration fuel a housing boom in Auckland and thus carefree borrowing and spending form the increased (on paper) asset values.