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New Zealand and EU agree free trade deal

New Zealand and the European Union have agreed a free trade deal, following four years of talks.

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Recession fears driven by falling consumer confidence

Plummeting consumer confidence in New Zealand has fuelled fears of a possible recession.

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New Zealand economy set to grow in Q2

Heavy traffic movements throughout the country – viewed as a real-time gauge of economic activity – declined 1.7% in May, compared to a 2.4% rise the month before, according to the ANZ Bank's monthly Truckometer index.

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New Zealand and EU agree free trade deal

New Zealand and the European Union have agreed a free trade deal, following four years of talks.

Markets

Recession fears driven by falling consumer confidence

Plummeting consumer confidence in New Zealand has fuelled fears of a possible recession.

Markets

New Zealand economy set to grow in Q2

Heavy traffic movements throughout the country – viewed as a real-time gauge of economic activity – declined 1.7% in May, compared to a 2.4% rise the month before, according to the ANZ Bank's monthly Truckometer index.

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Indo-Pacific on agenda at Ardern/Biden meeting

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated she is meeting with U.S. President Biden at the White House on Tuesday, to discuss mounting competition in the Indo-Pacific, trade and the economic role of the U.S. in the region.

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More young New Zealanders leaving as living costs surge

An increasing number of young people are leaving New Zealand as the borders reopen and domestic economic conditions tighten.

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Govt. apprenticeship scheme extended until end of 2023

New Zealand’s government is investing a further $230 million into the extension of its trades training programmes until the end of 2023.

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Slowdown in New Zealand’s property market

The property market in New Zealand appears to be slowing down due to rising interest rates and lower demand. 

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Performance of Services Index shows growth in March

There was an increase to the BNZ-Business New Zealand Performance of Services Index in March, rising 2.7 points to 51.6, which indicates growth in the sector.

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Demand for consumer credit drops as uncertainty remains

Consumer credit demand in New Zealand fell 9% in the year to March, and mortgage applications declined 19%, according to the latest data from credit reporting firm Centrix.

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New Zealand signs “shared commitment” agreement with Fiji

A partnership agreement has been signed between New Zealand and Fiji pledging "shared commitment and vision for regional solidarity".

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GDP exceeds Reserve Bank of New Zealand forecasts

New Zealand’s GDP increased by 3% in Q4 2021, undershooting economists’ expectations, yet surpassing central bank forecasts.

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New Zealand and EU agree free trade deal

New Zealand and the European Union have agreed a free trade deal, following four years of talks.

Markets

Recession fears driven by falling consumer confidence

Plummeting consumer confidence in New Zealand has fuelled fears of a possible recession.

Markets

New Zealand economy set to grow in Q2

Heavy traffic movements throughout the country – viewed as a real-time gauge of economic activity – declined 1.7% in May, compared to a 2.4% rise the month before, according to the ANZ Bank's monthly Truckometer index.

Markets

Indo-Pacific on agenda at Ardern/Biden meeting

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated she is meeting with U.S. President Biden at the White House on Tuesday, to discuss mounting competition in the Indo-Pacific, trade and the economic role of the U.S. in the region.

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More young New Zealanders leaving as living costs surge

An increasing number of young people are leaving New Zealand as the borders reopen and domestic economic conditions tighten.

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