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Another benign US CPI result drove a sharp rally in US Treasury yields. USD weakness wasn’t sustained however, except for a ...
US inflation cools marginally more than expected; US Govt deficit falls; Japanese yen gains sharply; German CPI lower; ...
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Starlink deemed operating illegally in Tonga, ordered to disconnect terminals with users told to apply for provisional ...
Food inflation helps Foodstuffs North Island hit record revenue of $9.2 billion but annual profit still sinks into the red ...
APT 40 hacking group abuses end-of-life home routers for attacks targeting Australian networks; New Zealand intelligence ...
The Minister for Building and Construction is concerned that building inspection capacity won't be able to meet industry ...
Sweeping central government rules will promote smaller homes, sprawling cities, and hopefully lower house prices ...
The Government plans to unveil GE proposals by the end of August and is expected to use Australia's experience as a guide ...
The Reserve Bank's likely to cheerfully ignore the growing clamour for some public indication of when the Official Cash Rate ...
Sometimes it’s not third party threat actors that pose the AI risk, but the organisations building the technology themselves.