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New Zealand Consumer Confidence Slows In October - ANZ

Consumer confidence in New Zealand ebbed in October, the latest survey from ANZ Bank showed on Thursday - sliding 2.8 percent to a score of 126.3.

That follows the 2.9 percent increase in September to 129.9.

Among the reasons for the decline, the bank said, was a weaker housing market, along with uncertainty accompanying the coming election and ensuing government policy.

by RTT Staff Writer

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