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LVR and RBNZ Mandate

In this week’s NBR, I wonder whether the RBNZ’s done an adequate job of proving the financial stability case for the latest round of LVR regulations. 229 more words


UBS Says to Buy the Big 3 Land Drillers Now

With oil bursting through the $60 level, some people are starting to get bullish again as they sense that maybe the worst is over. With the oil rig count now half of what it was less than a year ago, the winners and losers are being separated, and it is pretty clear that the overleveraged players, especially in the deepwater, may be in big trouble. 715 more words

Energy Business

Parallel Imports, Netflix, and GST at the Border

New Zealand rights-holders are set to argue that evading geoblocks on online content is legally different from using region-free DVD players. The NBR’s Chris Keall interviews copyright lawyer Paul Johns… 306 more words

Thoughts Of The Day

Cat's claw

Cat’s claw (Martynia annua). Devil’s Claws, Tiger’s Claw. They produce strange seed pods that attach to the feet and legs of large animals. – at Anaikatty, Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.


Obscure Morning Glory

Obscure Morning Glory (Ipomoea obscura). Small White Morning Glory – at Anaikatty, Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.