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NZ spending on credit, debit cards rises in February
The Reserve Bank's preferred way of reining in a harmful housing credit boom would be to force banks to impose higher "buffers" to safeguard loan affordability in the event of future interest rate increases. Co-Branded and Affinity Credit Cards in the U.S., 4th Edition
LONDON, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report: Co-Branded and Affinity Credit Cards in the U.S., 4th Edition Packaged Facts consumer survey results ... RBA mulls higher home loan hurdles to cut risk
RBA documents identify its preferred method of preventing risky lending getting out of control. RBA mulls higher home loan hurdles
RBA documents identify its preferred method of preventing risky lending getting out of control. New Education Programme Designed to Transform Construction
With the recent opening of New Zealand’s first commercial building designed to meet the stringent standards of the international Living Building Challenge , the timing is perfect for design and construction professionals to take part in New Zealand’s first course designed to dramatically raise the performance of New Zealand buildings. Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George to Tour Australia, New Zealand: Itinerary Details!
Kate Middleton and Prince William are taking son Prince George to New Zealand and Australia in mid-April. Credit: Anwar Hussein/WireImage A.M. Best Affirms Ratings of The Education Benevolent Society Incorporated
HONG KONG--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- A.M. Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of B++ (Good) and issuer credit rating of “bbb” of The Education Benevolent Society Incorporated (EBS) (New Zealand). The outlook for both ratings is stable. The ratings primarily reflect EBS’ strong risk-adjusted capitalization and consistently favorable operating results. Imminent rate hikes spur demand for New Zealand assets, boost kiwi
Anticipating New Zealand's first monetary tightening cycle in 10 years, yield-hungry global investors are again piling into its financial assets, hinting at a return of the "kiwi carry trade". The economy is recovering faster than its developed world peers following the global financial crisis and the central bank has flagged it will raise interest rates as soon as next month to keep a lid on ... RBA looks at buffers to rein in harmful housing credit boom
Documents reveal Reserve Bank examined various options for limiting riskier lending.