Videos

From this area of the Truss & Key website we like to post videos we feel are related to the valuer of homes and property in New Zealand.

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Wait and see

Another week of very weak economic data supports our call for a record low in the OCR of 2.0%

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Reaching the peak

We are fast approaching the peak pace of construction work in Canterbury... when the pace of building activity starts to ease off, economic growth will slow.

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Out of the frying pan, into the fire

It looks as though the summer drought had a less severe impact on the rural economy than initially feared... but as drought fears have subsided, dairy prices have come under renewed downward pressure.

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Deflating the deflation story

New Zealand consumers are in fine form, food and fuel prices are nudging higher again, and dairy prices are rising in response to drought.

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More bang for your buck

With low inflation making their dollars go further, and amid signs of a housing market revival, consumers are spending up.

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Watered Down

The US Federal Reserve sounds more prepared to lift interest rates, while the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is less prepared to do so. The result has been a drop in the New Zealand dollar vis-a-vis the US dollar.

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Trouble in the Middle Kingdom

China's economic recovery may be faltering.

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A change of mood

The Reserve Bank left the OCR on hold at 3.5% this week, but changed its judgements about how economic growth affects inflation.

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Over cooked

Financial markets have overreacted to the soft-patch in New Zealand's data, creating a great opportunities for borrowers to fix their interest rates.

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Everbody Can Play

The economic upturn has now spread to all regions of New Zealand

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Slow down confirmed

The New Zealand housing market is clearly in slowdown mode.