Rod Oram: Fonterra’s farmers dispirited
Rod Oram spoke to Fonterra’s farmers after they challenged directors and management about their big losses in China. He found a sombre and dispirited mood.
China looms large ahead of Peters’ US trip
The Foreign Minister says trade will be one focus of his time in Washington - but don’t expect China to be far from the surface.
Huawei likely to be grandfathered into 5G
Telcos are facing calls to remove Huawei from their existing phone networks.
Dairy product prices climb
Dairy product prices rose at the Global Dairy Trade auction, stemming a decline that began in May.
Rising fuel prices dent third quarter terms of trade
New Zealand’s terms of trade fell in the September quarter as rising fuel prices outweighed gains that pushed export prices to a nine-year high.
Reserve Bank likely to highlight global uncertainty
RBNZ will deliver its latest Financial Stability Report in the middle of a momentous week for the global economy.
The rule of 8s and Trade Me’s big buyer
This week we look at how NZ has had a recession every year ending with 8 for the last 50 years.
Dairy product prices drop
Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction, spurred by slides in butter and anhydrous milk fat that were the biggest in about two years.