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The NZX50 Index gained 34.76 points, or 0.4 per cent.
Consumer confidence falls to a seven-month low.
The 3.2 per cent drop will provide some relief for would-be house buyers.
Financial advisor Liz Dudson says too much debt "limits your choices".
ASB has weighed the policy changes the government is planning
The kiwi got a lift from the Reserve Bank's new forecast track for the official cash rate.
Trade Minister David Parker says NZ is satisfied with the deal - but one country is still holding out.
Beef exports to Indonesia have plunged by around 80 per cent.
The TPP 11 would be NZ's largest multi-lateral free trade agreement.
It expected any effects from increasing the minimum were likely to be modest.
It's the biggest overhaul of Reserve Bank rules in nearly 30 years.
There is nothing to suggest that any investments are illegal.
It is committing to paying at least $20.20 an hour to all workers.
ANZ economists say there is more political clarity, but still plenty of uncertainty.
HSBC Chief Economist Paul Bloxham says the bulk of the housing market problems in New Zealand has been led by Kiwis not foreigners.
Investors will be watching for any tax announcements from Mr Trump.
The rating agency has retained its stable outlook for New Zealand's banking system.
A Japanese foreign official says moves to renegotiate the TPP deal could end it.
Meanwhile, offshore, the announcement of the new Federal Reserve chair is keenly awaited.
Rising costs for essentials has the poor struggling even more.
"I accept small businesses in particular are going to be concerned about this," the PM-elect said today.
University of Canterbury students will be learning from the mistakes of the past.
"We need to invest something back into the economy."
Labour intends to reverse National's planned 2018 tax cuts.
The pair argued over their party's policies in the Stuff Debate.
The cheapest 500g block was $3.32 12 months ago, now it's $5.39.
Labour announced no form of capital gains tax will be implemented after this election.
Labour leader does massive flip-flop over concerns they're losing votes over tax clarity.
Labour can't shake doubts over their tax plan, Dann says.
In the 2016/2017 year, 42 per cent of complaints were about being misled were related to online shopping.
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