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Nikko plots KiwiSaver launch

6 December 2017 - Nikko Asset Management is to launch a KiwiSaver fund offered via roboadvice.

Policymakers and asset prices: an even bigger moral hazard?

5 December 2017 - With earnest intent on the part of their organisers, many conferences were held in the immediate aftermath of the GFC, in an attempt to marry the analysis...

When price and value diverge

7 November 2017 - The economics profession has always struggled to define the notion of value – and not only within the narrow context of the financial markets!

Note From A Big Country

11 October 2017 - Perhaps the biggest surprise that emanated from this week’s trip to North America has been the extent to which the topic of secular stagnation has come back onto the agenda, despite all the excitement over the prospect for as yet unfortunately still undefined tax cuts by the Trump Administration.

Funds not 'true to label': Researcher

7 September 2017 - When is a 'balanced' fund not a balanced fund? When it takes the risk of a growth fund, one researcher says.

The global economy: weak household incomes constrain outlook

21 August 2017 - Over the last two months or so, we have travelled quite widely and one factor that has stood out during our travels has been the ongoing and seemingly widespread relative weakness in household income trends.

Last orders at the liquidity bar?

4 July 2017 - It has been our firm contention that financial market liquidity has been booming over the nine months or so, albeit for what might be described as technical rather than strictly official policy reasons.

China's Dominant Deficits

3 May 2017 - As the PBoC tightens its lending stance and as a result China's banks are experiencing a constraint on their ability to expand their assets, international economist Andrew Hunt examines what the repercussions could be not only for China, but also world markets

Investors' learned behaviour in need of revision?

3 April 2017 - We joined the ‘financial world’ in 1987 when inflation had in theory at least been conquered and the Asian Tigers had emerged to become significant...

Nikko appointments new Head of Product and Operations

13 March 2017 - Nikko Asset Management New Zealand has appointed James Rogers as Head of Product and Operations. Rogers will start in this newly created role with Niko...

China's High Stakes Tennis Match

3 February 2017 - Faced with jetlag and having reached saturation with CNBC and CNN in the hotel room, I found myself watching an out-of- sorts Andy Murray playing in a match that on paper he would have been expected to win.

The great Central Bank unwind

13 January 2017 - Whether by luck or design, when I first entered the world of applied economics during the mid-1980s, I decided that I would like to specialize in covering central banks and in studying the flows that these institutions could create within financial systems and the real economies of the world.

Trump: Uncertainty as well as hope

4 December 2016 - International economist Andrew Hunt looks at what US President-elect Donald Trump has promised and how quickly he can make changes to things like Dodd Frank and ObamaCare. In this piece Hunt also looks at what it means for bond markets. 

Inflation returns to the global economy?

18 November 2016 - Economist Andrew Hunt looks at the prospect of rising inflation and what it means for the global economy. He suggests if inflation rates do rise bond markets may well be caught ‘off-guard’ over the next few months.

All systems go for NZ economy

23 September 2016 - New Zealand’s economy could be set for another surge as it benefits from the very things worrying the rest of the world, an investment conference has been told.

The West looks East

5 September 2016 - Having conducted a significant number of client meetings over recent weeks, one feature that has struck is that amongst this, albeit probably rather biased, sample group, there would seem to be a distinct desire to sell risks – although few people have actually done so yet.

China recreates the Mississippi Bubble

14 August 2016 - Andrew Hunt argues that investors should be watching China's currency carefully as that will impact asset price inflation around the world.

Brexit - Near term and longer term views

6 July 2016 - We very much doubt that the financial markets remotely expected the BREXIT vote to deliver a ‘leave outcome’ (and we also very much doubt that many people that voted for it actually expected it to occur). 

A view of Brexit, from London

7 June 2016 - London-based economist Andrew Hunt says the outcome of the Brexit vote may well be decided on "emotional lines" rather than economics. If the UK does vote to exit the European Union then it could usher in the Euro’s next and probably most severe existential crisis.

Nikko reports strong retail growth

20 May 2016 - Nikko Asset Management New Zealand’s assets under management has topped $5 billion.

Competition Takes Many Forms

7 May 2016 - It may surprise some readers to know that we recently compiled an overtly positive review of the Irish economy. In the course of this review, we noted...

Time for new way to value equities?

14 April 2016 - A low interest rate environment requires a new approach to equities valuation, one fund manager says.

China's next export: Inflation?

7 April 2016 - Investors should be wary of the risks of holding bonds at the moment, economist Andrew Hunt says.

China's global importance

4 April 2016 - Despite seemingly a multitude of worries over the potential for a slowdown in US growth, the growing signs of weakness in Japan, the arrival of an industrial...

China: Accepting the landing

5 February 2016 - There is apparently a saying in the UK’s Parachute Regiment that after you have jumped out of the plane you simply have to accept whatever landing you get.

A few worrying things

7 January 2016 - It has of course become something of a tradition to do a ‘year ahead’ piece covering themes that could potentially shape the investment landscape and, with this in mind, we have decided to offer our thoughts on just what may lie ahead over the course of what we suspect is going to be a particularly interesting year.

Nikko's new house view on global equities moves to neutral

2 October 2015 - An overweight stance on global equities that was largely in place since September 2011 has been reduced to neutral by Nikko Asset Management’s Global Investment Committee (GIC) as the committee members were less optimistic about the outlook of corporate earnings and share prices in the United States, according to the company’s latest house view.

New boss at Nikko Asset Management

18 September 2015 - Peter Lynn has been promoted within Nikko and his replacement has been found at AMP Capital.

Is A Global Recession Approaching?

3 September 2015 - Despite this evidence of a new global malaise, there are still those that continue to expect the US economy to “ride to the rescue” over the next few...

Nikko picks up mandate

31 August 2015 - Nikko Asset Management New Zealand has won a new mandate to manage private health insurer nib New Zealand’s investment funds, of over $100 million.

Our summary on a complex world

3 August 2015 - Without a doubt, we find the current state of the global economy more complex than perhaps at any other time in our 25 years of experience. Even a year...

AFAs give Nikko a retail boost

21 July 2015 - Engaging with financial advisers has helped boost Nikko Asset Management’s retail funds under management more than 200% over the past 14 months, its managing director says.

Nikko keeps global equity focus

7 July 2015 - Nikko Asset Management has opted to retain its overweight stance on global equities. It says G3 economies are expected to remain strong, thanks to US-led...

Commodity producers face a difficult year

1 July 2015 - In this month's column economist Andrew Hunt looks at the future trends for currencies of commodity producing nations like New Zealand.

A Global Savings Glut? Or Just Deflationary Forces?

3 June 2015 - One of the reasons that we tend to eschew “black box” forecasting models of any economy (aside from the fact that our econometrics courses now seem...

Investors urged to consider alternatives

8 May 2015 - Investors worried about equity markets being fully valued could benefit from looking to alternative investments, says the managing director of Nikko Asset Management in New Zealand.

The Problem with Zero Interest Rates

4 May 2015 - Over the last 20 or so years, global interest rates and bond yields have collapsed to levels that few would have thought possible even in the late 1980s....

FMOY finalists named

24 April 2015 - While you don't hear much about the INFINZ awards it does have categories for Fund Manager of the Year and FMOY - Equities. This year AMP Capital, ANZ...

Triffin Revisited: Why the Unwinding of the Dilemma Matters

2 April 2015 - There is a well-known dilemma that exists for the country that “owns” or operates the global reserve currency. Since global trade and many capital...

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Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
ANZ 5.79 4.95 5.15 5.49
ANZ Special - 4.45 4.65 4.99
ASB Bank 5.80 4.79 4.99 5.29
ASB Bank Special - 4.49 4.59 4.89
BNZ - Mortgage One 6.50 - - -
BNZ - Rapid Repay 5.95 - - -
BNZ - Special - 4.59 4.65 4.99
BNZ - Std, FlyBuys 5.90 4.99 5.29 5.59
BNZ - TotalMoney 5.90 - - -
Credit Union Auckland 6.70 - - -
Credit Union Baywide 6.15 5.45 5.50 -
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Credit Union North 6.45 - - -
Credit Union South 6.45 - - -
Finance Direct - - - -
First Credit Union 5.85 - - -
Heartland 6.70 7.00 7.25 7.85
Heartland Bank - Online - - - -
Heretaunga Building Society 5.75 5.00 5.20 -
Housing NZ Corp 5.79 4.75 4.99 5.29
HSBC Premier 5.79 4.19 4.29 4.89
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HSBC Special - - - -
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ICBC 5.80 4.59 4.69 5.09
Kiwibank 5.80 4.95 5.15 5.49
Kiwibank - Capped - - - -
Kiwibank - Offset 5.80 - - -
Kiwibank Special - 4.45 4.65 4.99
Liberty 5.69 - - -
Napier Building Society - - - -
Nelson Building Society 6.10 5.10 5.45 -
Resimac 5.30 4.86 4.94 5.30
RESIMAC Special 5.00 - 4.75 -
SBS Bank 5.89 4.99 5.19 5.49
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
SBS Bank Special - 4.59 4.69 4.99
Sovereign 5.90 4.79 4.99 5.29
Sovereign Special - 4.49 4.59 4.89
The Co-operative Bank - Owner Occ 5.75 4.49 4.69 4.99
The Co-operative Bank - Standard 5.75 4.99 5.19 5.49
TSB Bank 5.80 4.80 5.15 5.45
TSB Special - 4.55 4.69 4.79
Wairarapa Building Society 5.70 4.85 4.99 -
Westpac 5.95 4.99 5.19 5.44
Westpac - Offset 5.95 - - -
Westpac Special - 4.59 4.65 4.94
Median 5.82 4.79 4.99 5.29

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