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Wake Up Call: Wall Street takes a beating

Staff reporters
Tue, 21 Sep 2021

The Dow Jones was down 2.6%, following three weeks of declines. (Image: Desposit Photos)
Staff reporters
Tue, 21 Sep 2021

The Dow Jones was down 2.6%, following three weeks of declines. (Image: Desposit Photos)

Summary Aucklanders are waiting through their last day in level 4 lockdown, for level 3 that will enable them to obtain good coffee and takeaways, and attend small funerals. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand releases a speech today about its “least regrets” approach to monetary policy – which influences interest rates and the housing market.Takeout heaven Auckland’s cafes and restaurants will spend today preparing for takeaways to open tomorrow, as the city moves to level 3 at midnight tonight. The move may prove to b...

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