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Deutsche Bank Pledges $100k to Earthquake Relief

Saturday, 11 September 2010, 11:47 am | Deutsche Bank

Brett Shepherd, Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Officer New Zealand, said, "Deutsche Bank has a long-standing commitment to New Zealand - both to the business community and to the wider community in which we operate - and we are looking at different ... More >>

Deutsche Bank launches new Mortgage Backed issue

Tuesday, 28 November 2006, 1:31 pm | Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank, as Lead Manager, today launched a new programme of Rated Mortgage Bonds to the New Zealand public. This is an issue of secured first ranking bonds backed by mortgage backed securities, which carry an investment grade credit rating ... More >>

Sub.Fixed and Floating Rate Medium Term Notes

Monday, 14 June 2004, 5:52 pm | Deutsche Bank

Issuer: Deutsche Bank AG, New Zealand Branch Issuer Rating: AA- / Aa3 Instrument Rating: A+/A1 Documentation: Investment Statement New Zealand Medium Term Note Deed Poll Structure: 10 year Subordinated Fixed & Floating Rate Medium Term Notes. ... More >>

Merchandise Trade Balance (July 2002)

Tuesday, 27 August 2002, 1:11 pm | Deutsche Bank

July is the first month of the traditional deficit season that occurs as farm exports wind down through the winter and imports begin to wind up in anticipation of the summer/Xmas season. This July's deficit of $226m was higher than the 10Y average ... More >>

Building Consents - July 2002

Friday, 23 August 2002, 4:36 pm | Deutsche Bank

A 274% surge in apartment consents to a historic high drove new dwelling consents 12.4% mom higher in July. Excluding apartments, a more moderate - but still steady - rise of 4.2% mom was recorded. Such a high level of consent issuance for apartments ... More >>

Dr Alan Bollard New RBNZ Governor

Thursday, 22 August 2002, 1:06 pm | Deutsche Bank

Finance Minister Cullen announced today that the Secretary to the Treasury, Dr Alan Bollard, will be appointed the next Reserve Bank Governor. Dr Bollard was nominated by the non-executive directors of the Reserve Bank Board and the nomination has been ... More >>

External Migration - July 2002

Thursday, 22 August 2002, 10:21 am | Deutsche Bank

The monthly net inflow of migrants was 2,960 in July, little changed from an inflow of 2,920 in June (figures are seasonally adjusted). At around 35,000 saar, the current inflow - though off its peak - remains sufficient to boost annual population growth ... More >>

RBNZ leaves OCR unchanged

Wednesday, 14 August 2002, 3:25 pm | Deutsche Bank

Consistent with market expectations, the RBNZ left the official cash rate (OCR) unchanged at 5.75% when it released its quarterly Monetary Policy Statement. However, the market was surprised by the dovish tone of the statement, which noted that `.we are not ... More >>

RBNZ Leaves OCR Unchanged - Dovish Statement

Wednesday, 14 August 2002, 9:57 am | Deutsche Bank

OCR left at 5.75% and RBNZ noted that, while there may be need further rate hikes at some point, it can afford to wait. More >>

RBNZ On Hold: Implications For The Front End

Thursday, 8 August 2002, 12:44 am | Deutsche Bank

The market has decided that the RBNZ is not likely to tighten again in 2002. We concur and, further, think the RBNZ tightening cycle may be over. In which case the market may begin to consider when rates will start heading down. But with the domestic ... More >>

Retail Sales - June and Q2 2002

Wednesday, 7 August 2002, 1:38 pm | Deutsche Bank

Today's retail sales data was broadly in line with market expectations, both for the month and for the quarter as whole (the later expressed in volume terms). Over the June quarter, growth in retail sales volumes was a strong 1.2% qoq (albeit around ... More >>

Labour Costs and Employment (Q2 2002)

Monday, 5 August 2002, 2:09 pm | Deutsche Bank

Result: Average hourly earnings in the private sector fell by 0.1% qoq in Q1, which compared to market expectations of +0.9%. The weak result can largely be attributed to compositional changes in the labour force, with a strong increase in low-paying ... More >>

ANZ Commodity Price Index - July 2002

Monday, 5 August 2002, 9:30 am | Deutsche Bank

The average foreign currency price of New Zealand's commodity exports fell by 0.7% mom in July. The average price was 9.6% below last year's level. More >>

RBNZ expected to leave OCR unchanged

Friday, 2 August 2002, 11:25 am | Deutsche Bank

The market is currently pricing a near zero probability of a RBNZ rate hike in August. While it looks increasingly likely that the Bank will validate that view, we believe that the decision will be far less straightforward than current market pricing suggests. More >>

July 2002 in Review

Thursday, 1 August 2002, 12:08 am | Deutsche Bank

US equity markets looked over the edge and blinked during July. In the middle of last week the S&P 500 fell below the 800 level for the first time May 1997. Needless to say, at that point the technical picture looked truly horrible. Since that point, ... More >>

NBNZ Business Survey - July 2002

Wednesday, 31 July 2002, 10:16 am | Deutsche Bank

Result: While headline business confidence fell to -22% (net respondents), firms' assessment of their own prospects remained significantly more positive at +26%, similar to investment and employment intentions. More >>

NZ re-elects Labour-led minority government

Monday, 29 July 2002, 9:48 am | Deutsche Bank

As widely expected, New Zealand re-elected a Labour-led minority government on Saturday. However, there was a mild swing towards the centre-right in the overall vote. More >>

Building Consents - June 2002

Saturday, 27 July 2002, 6:36 pm | Deutsche Bank

The total number of new dwelling consents issued rose by a stronger-than-expected 6.2% mom in June, following a 6.0% decline in May. The number of dwelling consents issued was 13.6% higher than a year earlier. More >>

Merchandise Trade Balance (June 2002)

Thursday, 25 July 2002, 1:35 pm | Deutsche Bank

Result: A trade surplus of $293m was recorded in June, well above market expectations of an $80m surplus. Implication for markets: There was no discernible market reaction to the outcome. More >>

External Migration and Housing Market (June 2002)

Friday, 19 July 2002, 6:14 pm | Deutsche Bank

The monthly net inflow of migrants slowed to 2,930 in June, from 3,360 in May (figures are seasonally adjusted). While the number of arrivals continued to recover from the downward correction in April, that was more than offset by a rebound in departures. ... More >>





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