Archive for March, 2014

Waitemata residents among the healthiest in New Zealand

People living in the Waitemata district are among the healthiest in the country, a new survey has found.

Fixed rate mortgages trump variables, report says

It now makes more financial sense for Canadians to lock into a longer-term fixed mortgage than one with variable rates, according to a new report from BMO Capital Markets.

NSW is the economy's Steve Bradbury

NSW may have the lowest unemployment rate in the country, but that's only because other states went backwards.

Vote expected to keep rates low

Half a decade of emergency low interest rates will be marked today with another vote by policymakers in favour of no change in borrowing costs.

Borrowing cost due to stay on hold

Half a decade of emergency low interest rates will be marked this week when Bank of England policymakers vote once more to keep the cost of borrowing on hold.

Rates fall on US Treasury bills with 3-month and 6-month bills dropping to lowest in 2 weeks

WASHINGTON – Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills fell in Tuesday's auction to the lowest levels in two weeks.