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BNZ Weekly Overview 2 November 2006

Welcome to the November 2 edition of the BNZ Weekly Overview.

As this is the first Thursday of the month we are running our monthly confidence survey. The response rate has dipped down over the past few months so will see how this survey and the one in December goes and decide whether we want to continue with the survey over 2007. If time permits please click on the URL below and let us know whether you believe the economy will get better or worse over the next of months. More importantly let us know how things are in your industry at the moment.

In the Weekly Overview this week we have a look at the bounce back up in the Kiwi dollar in response to weakness in the greenback and a string of strong data releases and New Zealand.


See... BNZ Weekly Overview 2 November 2006

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