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Taxing Times

Posted by: Aaron Drew, Economist and Rutherford Rede Investment Committee Member in finance

08 March 2019

Most commentaries in the media since the TWG released its final report has been negative, to say the least. The government itself has also been quick to distance itself from any specific recommendations. Politics will clearly be the major deciding factor ...


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Tags: The World In Ten Minutes, Monthly Economic Roundup,

The real cost of clutter

Posted by: Monique A. Pearson, General Manager at Rutherford Rede in opinion

05 February 2019

The New Year is a time for reflection, for change, for making plans. This is the best time of year to reflect on what’s been going on and what you would like to do differently. It can be a very dynamic time with shifts and changes taking place. ...


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Summer Insights 2019

Posted by: Rutherford Rede in insights

31 January 2019

The very strong returns markets have enjoyed since around 2011 came to a crashing halt in the December quarter. Large declines occurred in equity markets in the month of October and then again in December....


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Better habits - better brain health

Posted by: Monique A. Pearson, General Manager at Rutherford Rede in opinion

23 October 2018

‚ÄčLifestyle has a profound impact on our brain health. What we eat, drink, how much we exercise, how well we sleep, the way we socialise, and how we manage stress are all critically important to our brain health....


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Spring Insights 2018

Posted by: Rutherford Rede in insights

16 October 2018

Equity markets fly high again but have wobbled since. The pace of global growth remains strong and is expected to remain above trend levels, despite a clear escalation in the Trump Administration's trade war. ...


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Middle-aged can reduce heart risk with exercise

Posted by: Monique A. Pearson, General Manager at Rutherford Rede in opinion

17 September 2018

Physical activity has long been known to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, and type-2 diabetes. Another important reason is that exercise changes the brain in ways that protect memory and thinking skills. ...


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Spotlight on financial resilience

Posted by: Monique A. Pearson, General Manager at Rutherford Rede in event

22 August 2018

Thinking about your personal finances and planning for your future can often feel like you are walking head-on into a blizzard. Join Rutherford Rede Authorised Financial Advisers Dina Buelow and Will Sargent as they provide you with tools to help you spring calmly towards the retirement you want. The event will cover topics such as......


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Tags: Money Week, Event,

Can the Kiwi fly again?

Posted by: Aaron Drew, Economist and Rutherford Rede Investment Committee Member in finance

16 August 2018

The Reserve Bank’s recent announcement was a surprise to financial markets, who were perhaps less concerned about downside trade risks, and more focused on evidence that wages and inflation are rising in our economy. Balancing risks is always a fine judgm...


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Tags: The World In Ten Minutes, Monthly Economic Roundup,