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Why are interest rates rising?

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) has lifted the Official Cash Rate (OCR) from 0.25% in October 2021 to 3?% in Oct 2022. It's raising rates to curb inflation (rising prices).

Kiwis are wary but keeping up financial wellbeing habits

New Zealanders view their financial wellbeing with a little more wariness amid current economic uncertainty,

Battening Down The Hatches?

ANZ's Financial Wellbeing Indicator is the lowest we’ve seen but a lot of people are in good shape to get through.

Cop this - an arresting talk about money

ANZ’s Head of Responsible Investment Helen Skinner recently sat down with Constable Bryan Ward for his Coppuccino podcast. They talked about a wide range of issues related to money and investing.

Helping women grow financial confidence and wellbeing

Why investing can be a bit like driving.

Bonus Bonds: What You Need To Know

ANZ is encouraging the holders of Bonus Bonds to contact it to arrange repayment, or to donate their money to the Cancer Society.

ANZ’s Good Energy Home Loan set to power change

ANZ Bank New Zealand has launched a low-interest home loan rate for customers wanting to increase the energy efficiency of their home.

Right fund, right contribution, don't panic

Even in times of uncertainty, it’s important we stay the course. That is reflected in data from ANZ Investments' KiwiSaver members.

Interest rates explained - what you need to know

Interest rates are on the rise for the first time since 2014. For many, this is the first time they will have experienced rising home loan rates.

How to make 2022 the year you get your finances into shape

Many of us start the new year with a promise to get our finances into shape. Here are some tips on how to do it.

Let the capital markets to do the heavy lifting

The $680 million injected into the NZ economy through the winding down of the Bonus Bonds scheme is an opportunity for investors to consider investing in the capital markets.

What we learned from 2021

Many will remember 2021 as a year of tremendous uncertainty and personal sacrifice, lived in the looming and ever-present shadow of Covid-19 - but it was also a year of opportunity, generosity, wisdom, and hope.