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The Financial Markets Authority released Kiwisaver's annual report on Thursday.
A watchdog is asking the investment managers for an explanation.
Data from property consultant CoreLogic was released on Thursday.
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David Godfrey will leave the company at the end of the year.
An economist has a theory on why house prices have continued going up.
It also found National's tax policy has more support, while Labour has the more popular Finance Minister.
Ninety percent of those who lost jobs in the June quarter were women.
"For a lot of us, working five days in the office is a thing of the past."
Property investors will emerge from the pandemic largely unscathed, it appears.
Affected customers eligible for repayments will be contacted directly by the bank.
Businesses won't be as worried as they were in 2017 if Labour win the upcoming election, an investment manager says.
The Reserve Bank is gearing up to use tools such as funding for lending to stimulate economic growth.
The Official Cash Rate will remain at 0.25 percent - for now.
According to a KPMG report, bank profits have taken a hit and are around half of what they were last year.
A BNZ spokesperson said the bank couldn't identify any concerns
Financial experts suggest saving three-to-six months of income.
The Commission for Financial Capability says for one in five New Zealanders, financial and relationship stresses go hand-in-hand.
Investment management company Nikko AM is offering a set rate of return on a new income investment fund.
Hospitality New Zealand says the issue is worth a debate.
Consumer NZ research suggests $10 million is lost in expired vouchers annually.
Foot traffic in the CBD was down 40 percent, expected to worsen as bridge delays keep commuters away.
The top-tier Powerball prize went unclaimed and will rollover to $5 million.
GDP provides a snapshot of the value added to the economy.
The national average asking price in August was $701,750.
The amount owed to creditors has skyrocketed from $7m to $10m.
Leading economists put the record-drop in GDP in perspective.
However RBNZ urged banks to put aside more capital.
"You recover from the recession but you're permanently on [a] lower track."
Gross Domestic Product is negative for two consecutive quarters.
The AM Show sports reader was surprised to find out he's in the top 2 percent of earners.
The latest GDP figures, out on Thursday, are expected to show a huge drop. But just how big, no one can agree on.
Economists, real estate agents and property buyers are shrugging off a forecast of falling house prices.
The figures will be released on Thursday.
The company plans to open a cloud-based data centre to store large amounts of data.
Zuru managing director Nick Mowbray says companies have a moral obligation to do the right thing.
"It was a distraction for me but more importantly it was a distraction for Watercare."
A Kiwi woman is urging others to plan for the unexpected and get a will in-place.