The ANZ Commodity Price Index for July fell 11.2 per cent to the lowest level since October 2009.
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Home values on Auckland's North Shore are up 17.6 per cent year-on-year and a huge 6.2 per cent since May.
New car registration numbers are at a record high but the rate of growth is slowing.
Countries with large current-account surpluses need to boost domestic demand to help correct imbalances, says the IMF.
China share-market leverage from sources such as online lenders and umbrella trusts has plunged by 61 per cent.
Just one year ago, it seemed unthinkable that officials in Wellington and Sydney, more typically known for their hawkishness…
If the govt delivers on its promise to encourage spending, China's consumer base could hit $67 trillion over the next decade…
Changing the GST threshold of overseas online goods won't deter Bella Katz. Here's why.
Kiwi companies in Australia need to put more into advertising, writes Bella Katz.
Australia's dry spell and a strengthening El Nino are proving a boon for US hamburger lovers.
As the International Champions Cup descends on Melbourne, Bella Katz looks at the gigantic brands of sports teams.
The decline occurred ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's decision on interest rates today.
Trans Pacific Partnership talks could be under way again within the month as negotiators rush to sign off a deal before…
Weak data on US employment costs prompted traders to pull back expectations for US interest rate hikes.
Should we be dismayed or relieved at the disarray the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations are in? Sorry, but on the information…
Kiwis are better off than you might have thought, suggests a study of teens' living conditions.
A key industry is suffering, but other economic signs paint a happier picture, writes Brian Fallow.
Exactly where does the housing ladder lead, asks Brian Fallow - to financial security, or to years and years of debt servitude?…
Is the emissions-reduction target the Government announced this week ambitious, as it says, or feeble and inadequate, as…