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|... able to pay their bills by taking a photograph of the bill while using the CommBank app. Using optical character recognition (OCR) technology, BPAY information fields are prepopulated using the details captured in the photograph to increase efficiency. ...|
|... percent target range ... further depreciation is necessary given the weakness in export commodity prices." "A reduction in the OCR is warranted by the softening in the economic outlook and low inflation. At this point, some further easing seems likely." ...|
|... December from 1.0% in the March and June quarters of the same year. Is there more to come? "The speed and extent to which the OCR will be raised will depend on economic data and our continuing assessment of emerging inflationary pressures." How much ...|
|... - the yield curve. Sadly, those looking for a re-acceleration in economic activity the same way it did after 2009 when the OCR was at these levels should prepare for disappointment. This is because yesterday's move by the RBA has only shifted the yield ...|
|... markets in Asia today as investors waited to see if the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) will cut the official cash rate (OCR) on Thursday. The benchmark NZX-50 index closed down 6.748 points, or 0.197 percent, at 3,414.424. Turnover was worth $NZ157.2 ...|
|... Zealand on Thursday, making investments in shares more attractive. Many economists are expecting the Reserve Bank will cut the OCR from three per cent to 2.5 per cent on Thursday, and today Prime Minister John Key said a cut in the rate would probably ...|
|... Zealand sharemarket held its gains from early trade after Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard left the official cash rate (OCR) unchanged. The benchmark NZSX-50 index added 10.27 points, or 0.33 per cent, to 3126.68.|
|... trading. Early today, the NZ Reserve Bank decided to keep official interest rates on hold, keeping its official cash rate (OCR) at 8.25 per cent, its level since last July.|
|... reasons for not lifting interest rates yesterday and then lifted them anyway, an economist says. Lifting the official cash rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 5.5% yesterday, RBNZ governor Alan Bollard said he could not rule out further rate rises this ...|
|... cycle has hit a wall due to the housing market boom. Dr. Allan Bollard, the bank governor, today left the official cash rate (OCR) unchanged at 5 per cent despite a cooling economy, slowing migration and barely perceptible inflation. "That's all folks," ...|
The industry superannuation fund has completed its merger with WA Super initiated earlier this year and now has $135 billion in assets and one million members.
IOOF yesterday said it won't be pursuing an offer to buy its retail trustee Australian Executor Trustee business.
Despite the growing emphasis on sustainability and the mainstream nature of ESG considerations, investors are still struggling to find adequate data to inform their decisions.
The former head of advice for Shadforth has moved to Akambo Financial Group, a boutique dealer group with big growth plans.
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