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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Business articles  Business
    Tighter Loan-to-Value Ratio restrictions are one ingredient in the recipe for slowing house prices
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     1 November 2021
    Tighter Loan-to-Value Ratio restrictions are one ingredient in the recipe for slowing house prices
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    It's said to be going from bad to worse for first home buyers
    1 Nov: It's said to be going from bad to worse for first home buyers... more
    China's factory activity has contracted more than expected in October, shrinking for a second straight month
    31 Oct: China's factory activity has contracted more than expected in October, shrinking for a second straight month... more
    Five Auckland business associations want the city to move to step 3 of alert level 3
    30 Oct: Five Auckland business associations want the city to move to step 3 of alert level 3... more
    Wellington Airport has announced a profit of three million dollars in its half year
    29 Oct: Wellington Airport has announced a profit of three million dollars in its half year... more
    Canterbury co-coach Mark Brown's imploring his playmakers to make smarter decisions when his side runs out against Tasman in the NPC in Christchurch tonight
    29 Oct: Canterbury co-coach Mark Brown's imploring his playmakers to make smarter decisions when his side runs out against Tasman in the NPC in Christchurch tonight... more
    First-timers are making the most of walk-in pharmacies in Christchurch
    29 Oct: First-timers are making the most of walk-in pharmacies in Christchurch... more
    The Government's tax take is billions of dollars better than expected
    29 Oct: The Government's tax take is billions of dollars better than expected... more
    Suggestions that home ownership is beyond the reach for many
    29 Oct: Suggestions that home ownership is beyond the reach for many... more
    Police are investigating reports of a firearm being presented, at a commercial property on Christchurch's Linwood Ave last night
    29 Oct: Police are investigating reports of a firearm being presented, at a commercial property on Christchurch's Linwood Ave last night... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     17 Nov: Dairy prices have risen another 1.9 percent at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight ++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Nov: Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood ++++++++++
     06 Nov: Two Guinness world records were broken overnight +++++++++
     04 Nov: Palmerston North fire crews are fighting to extinguish a blaze at a commercial building ++++++++
     03 Dec: Fonterra has lifted its milk payment to farmers to a record level +++++++
     11 Nov: The Court of Appeal has found Auckland Council's controversial bed tax 'invalid' +++++++
     05 Nov: Auckland Council is reflecting on its progress ... and looking to the future of Auckland's CBD ++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      4 Dec: Gloom in hospo: 'we're staring down the barrel of a dead summer' (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Dec: Some businesses look to the black market to continue trading and avoid vaccine mandate (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Dec: Milk bar becomes first retail business in ohai for more than 10 years (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Dec: Covid 19 coronavirus delta outbreak: red light system is confusing for whangārei cafes and restaurants (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Covid-19: d-day for those without vaccine passes (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Dec: Focus live: roundtable with cheree kinnear, frankie mahoney and liam dann as auckland bars re-open (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: 'gutting' to lose customers, but it's for greater good: business owner (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Dec: Ruapehu ski fields' fraught business model (RadioNZ)
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