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News on New Investments

Posted on: Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Meridian Energy Limited has announced an offer of up to $150 million ($100 million with the ability to accept another $50 million in over subscriptions) of unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed rate bonds maturing on 20 March 2024.
Posted on: Monday, February 20, 2017
ASB Bank Limited by Roger Kerr
ASB Bank Limited has launched a 5-year Unsecured, unsubordinated, Fixed Rate Note
Posted on: Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Contact Energy Limited has announced an offer of up to $100 million ($75 million with the ability to accept another $25 million in oversubscriptions) of unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed rate six year bonds.
  

Market Commentary

Posted on: Sunday, March 19, 2017
The real conundrum for the RBNZ is reviewing their 12 to 18 month inflation forecast and determining when will increases in wages feed into business firm’s cost structures.
Posted on: Tuesday, March 14, 2017
The RBNZ and the market may well find the CPI increasing to above 2.00% a lot sooner than everyone expected.
Posted on: Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Whilst some borrowers may not see the risk with our OCR being static for some time ahead, the risk is that when short-term rates do start to increase next year the term rates will be higher than where they are today.