5 Oct 18 - Rising Yields Hit Markets | Bank of Queensland

Global markets sold off overnight, with stocks on Wall Street experiencing the biggest drop in about 4-months, falling from record highs.

4 Oct 18 - Italy Nerves | Fletcher’s Bid for Steel & Tube

Italy is back in the headlines, with renewed jitters over Italy's budget deficit as the European Commission warned of a Greek-style crisis looming in Italy.

3 Oct 18 - RBA Sticks to its Stance| NZ Refining

Closer to home, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) held its cash rate steady yesterday, as the central bank showed no signs that fallout from the royal commission and an accelerating house price decline will deter it from a patient policy stance

2 Oct 18 - NAFTA Trade Pact Optimism | Invocare

Wall Street was helped by a last-minute deal to salvage NAFTA as a trilateral pact. US President Donald Trump on Monday said a new free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico would support hundreds of thousands of US jobs, marking it as a victory in his p

1 Oct 18 - September Wrap – NZX Beats ASX Again | EBOS

The NZ market added to gains in September, with the NZX 50 market index adding +0.4% for the month and trading at all-time highs. In contrast, the Australian market retraced from 10-year highs, with the ASX 200 market index losing -1.77% in September.

28 Sep 18 - RBNZ & NZ Dollar | Harvey Norman

Global markets were higher overnight, helped by high-flying shares of Alphabet and Netflix, as well as the US Federal Reserve’s confidence in the strength of the US economy.

27 Sep 18 - Fed Hikes Rates |Air New Zealand Update

Global markets were mostly lower overnight as the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point to a range of 2.00 percent to 2.25 percent

26 Sep 18 - Markets Await Fed, Oil at $80 | Nike

Global markets were mixed overnight as a boost from the energy sector helped offset losses in chipmakers and rate-sensitive shares ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike.

25 Sep 18 - Tourism Boom – Sydney Airport | Tegel Offer Approved

One of our key medium-term investment themes is that a tourism boom across Australia and NZ will be a multi-year tailwind for tourism facing businesses, and solid NZ tourism data released last week reinforces our view.

24 Sep 18 - Chinese Stocks at 4-year Lows | Who Loses from a Trade War

We believe China has the most to lose from an all-out trade war, and to date the Chinese market has been hit hard. Many markets are at all-time highs such as the US and NZ markets, with the Australian market at a decade high, while the Chinese market is