A drop in consumer confidence to below average levels may be partly a response to the change in Government.
United States tax reform will feature again this week as the House and the Senate prepare to vote on a compromise tax Bill by midweek.
Tomorrow's immigration figures are likely to indicate the start of a significant fall between now and the end of next year, Milford Asset management portfolio manager David Lewis says.
Consumers appear to be relaxed in the face of a cooler housing market and a change of government, the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan NZ Consumer Confidence survey indicates.
The past few years should have been very kind to Fletcher Building but the company did not capitalise on opportunities, Morningstar says.
New Zealand's current account is expected to have narrowed when the balance of payments figures are released by Statistics New Zealand on Wednesday.
Economic growth is expected to have slowed in the third quarter of the year when Statistics New Zealand releases its figures on Thursday.
Queenstown Airport passenger numbers continue to grow, the latest monthly traffic report shows.
Government moves to add building occupations to the skill shortage list have been welcomed by Otago-Southland Employers Association chief executive Virginia Nicholls.
Meridian Energy's snowpack is the furthest below average Forsyth Barr has seen, Forsyth Barr broker Damian Foster says.
New Zealanders should feel comfortable the electricity industry is working to avoid blackouts as seen in Australia and the United Kingdom, Electricity Authority chief executive Carl Hansen says.
Retail banks will be unlikely to increase their deposit rates with a flood of money set to enter the banking system between yesterday and next Wednesday.
The Government plans to contribute $7.7 billion to the New Zealand Superannuation Fund between now and 2022 and the first $500 million payment is being made today.
There is a high degree of uncertainty about the impact of Government policies designed to alleviate housing capacity constraints, the Treasury says.
The United States Federal Reserve lifted its interest rates by 0.25% yesterday, in line with expectations.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has passed his first major test by remaining committed to budget responsibility rules.
Too many children live in poverty and, in a lot of cases, without adequate food, healthcare and housing, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.
The Ministry for Primary Industries will be separated into four divisions, with the ministry retaining an overarching role, the Government confirmed yesterday.
Two Dunedin companies — Timely Ltd and Pacific Edge — made it through to the Deloitte Asia 2017 Pacific Technology Fast 500 index.
Coming Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr will be a pragmatic hand on the tiller, ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley says.