An increase in interest rates looks set to put a squeeze on borrowers.
Kiwi company first to offer voice-activated accounting service for small business.
Thousands of Kiwis have signed on to online platforms to buy and sell shares.
On losing its default status and its massive growth.
A growing number of New Zealanders are interested in cryptocurrency.
Who have been the winners and the losers in the first six months of 2021?
The bank recently missed out on being reappointed a default provider.
Complaints to the Banking Ombudsman about credit cards has topped 700 in the last year.
The rate will undercut rival new build offers.
When Hangarter's work dried up overnight he recreated his business to fit a Covid world.
The test can be used to determine if someone has had Covid or the vaccine.
What happened on the markets today.
Which Kiwi broker made the most money last year?
Australia is set to move its rate up from 9.5pc to 12 per cent over the next four years.
Research from the Financial Services Council has revealed where Kiwis are investing.
Researchers want your help to break through cultural barrier.
But there is no firm timeframe on when it will it will happen.
Major insurer plans cost increases from September.
While bank profits bounced back from the Covid drops, depositors face a different scenario
A survey of employees rated workplaces 62 out of 100 - poor on a world scale.
Could we see some IPOs try to tap into wall of new money?
Laybuy is targeting growth in the UK market where it is soon to boost its retail access.
With major events cancelled Georgia Robertson thought her year couldn't get worse.
Fletcher enters the retirement village sector and Ryman falls out of favour.
The action relates to alleged breaches of the anti-money laundering law.
AMP has acknowledged the proceedings being brought by ASIC.
Number of house claims over $50,000 has doubled.
Insurer says it is doing everything it can to alleviate call wait times.
The money will be used to market Mentemia to more corporates.
Catherine Savage on her highlights and lowlights as the chair of the NZ Super Fund.
The retailing giant has gone on a trading halt.
Around 300,000 members with $3.57 billion invested could be moved to other providers.
But it also faces a potential liability over holiday pay.
The variable rate will be available for three years from when the borrower draws down.
Report recommends a more even split of housework and childcare between couples.
The changes affect 381,000 Kiwis.
The number of default providers will shrink from nine to six.
Why the Rocket Lab investment vehicle offers both an opportunity and extra risks.
Investor shortfall has blown out to A$44.6m from A$19.7m.
Consumers could pay lower credit card surcharges but lose out in another way.
The Government estimates it will save businesses $74 million a year.
But expert doubts many will go to mortgagee sale.
Government looking at how to help businesses with skill shortages.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson is making a pre-Budget speech.
Kiwi Wealth has already committed more than $100m to private equity investments.
ANZ has around 300 vacancies.
The bank has taken advantage of more staff working from home.
Company accounts show the company made a $154m loss in 2020.
And what the Reserve Bank plans to do about it.
The Reserve Bank's six-monthly financial stability report has been released.
Lower loan impairments and cost-cutting measure drove the increase.
What impact has the LVRs and government property announcements had on lending?
CEO says company's size will allow it to bring more competition to the NZ market.
The bank has released its half year profit to March 31.
Four out of five small business owners can't sell up at retirement time.
Elon Musk's company reported its first quarter result this morning.
What's happening on the markets this week.