Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist, Australia & New Zealand at HSBC, expects the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) to start withdrawing liquidity soon.» Read More
*Indonesia in spotlight as foreign sell-off batters rupiah. SEOUL, Sept 10- As global markets tremble in anticipation that the U.S. Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea and New Zealand have all been buffeted by stormy markets since May, when the Fed first hinted that it could finally begin calling time on the easy money go-round that has lasted almost five years.
Theo Spierings, CEO of Fonterra explains the rationale behind the company's product recall, after New Zealand officials cleared its whey protein concentrate of health risks.
Nearly a third of New Zealand's adult population is overweight, in an effort to solve the obesity epidemic and combat rising health costs, the country is deporting its fat people.
Tim Groser, trade minister of New Zealand. speaks exclusively to CNBC's Cash Flow about the Fonterra botulism scare.
Fonterra's milk scandal has hit the credibility and brand image of the world's biggest dairy exporter. CNBC's Eunice Yoon spoke to CEO Theo Spierings about the damage to it's reputation.
New Zealand's Fonterra, a leading exporter of dairy products found bacteria that could cause food poisoning in some products that had been sold to China, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
New Zealand's dairy giant, Fonterra says sorry for the contamination of its milk products. With more, Eunice Yoon is in Beijing.
Jeremy Stretch, head of strategy at CIBC, talks to CNBC about the effect of the milk scandal on New Zealand's currency.
Jane Turner, Senior Economist, ABS says the RBNZ could start raising interest rates as early as March 2014 as it weighs up increasing house prices and the higher NZ Dollar.
Bill English, Finance Minister of New Zealand, talks about Wellington's plans to raise cash to bring its economy back into surplus. He also discusses why he is unconvinced on Abenomics and denies recent claims that New Zealand is getting involved in global currency wars.
Shanghai authorities are testing mislabeled mutton from a wholesaler that supplies a chain of hot pot restaurants run by U.S. fast food firm Yum Brands.
A surging New Zealand housing market that has sent prices to record levels is jangling nerves at the central bank, prompting warnings of asset bubbles.
A 2-month old pig in New Zealand named Zorro can surf, with the "Power Lunch" Crew.
Call it something of a Hobbit fixation, but Air New Zealand has turned its newest aircraft into a flying billboard for the movie "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey." The GlobalPost reports.
Opinion polls showed incumbent Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney in a dead heat, although the president has a slight advantage in several swing states. If Congress cannot agree new arrangements, about $600 billion in government spending cuts and higher taxes will kick in early next year, all of which could hurt U.S. economic growth.
WASHINGTON, Nov 2- The contentious U.S.- China trade relationship has been a major issue in the U.S. race for the White House, with President Barack Obama defending his record and Republican challenger Mitt Romney promising tougher tactics if elected.
At a meeting in Australia, the United States and New Zealand were rebuffed after submitting a joint proposal to protect the Ross Sea, which is considered one of the most pristine oceans in the world. But at the Australian meeting, some nations, including Russia, the Ukraine and China, balked at the proposal.
*New Zealand carbon prices plummet. WELLINGTON, Nov 2- Just two years after expanding a scheme that was feted as the world's only emissions trading scheme outside of Europe, New Zealand has effectively put the scheme on hold, just as other nations step into the carbon trading arena.
SYDNEY, Nov 2- The safe-haven yen stayed under pressure on Friday, while commodity currencies held solid gains as investors bet on an upbeat U.S. payrolls report after private employers added jobs at the fastest pace in eight months.
*Yen dips as risk appetite increases, Japan outlook weighs. NEW YORK, Nov 1- The U.S. dollar rose against the yen, while commodity-linked currencies also firmed on Thursday as risk appetite improved after better-than-expected U.S. jobs data, which suggested the world's largest economy was on a more stable path to recovery.