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#58688 17-Mar-2010 09:45
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http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/world/3462165/BNZ-parent-reveals-1-7bn-loss


ok so another bank lost billions. so what? well just rip us off on the mortgages when interest rates are supposed to be super low, rip us off even more when the OCR goes up! &^%$
unlike power companies who rip us off just because they can. seriously, how can us silly people allow a 5% inflation adjusted wage rise every year without fail for ceos, politicians, and then accept employers' claims there is no room for pay rise for everyone else?

someone explain?




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  #308177 17-Mar-2010 10:12
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Get a new job?

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  #308180 17-Mar-2010 10:24
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as someone smart sad once "life is a bitch so get on with it"

 
 
 
 


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  #308403 17-Mar-2010 17:37
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joker97: http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/world/3462165/BNZ-parent-reveals-1-7bn-loss


ok so another bank lost billions. so what? well just rip us off on the mortgages when interest rates are supposed to be super low, rip us off even more when the OCR goes up! &^%$
unlike power companies who rip us off just because they can. seriously, how can us silly people allow a 5% inflation adjusted wage rise every year without fail for ceos, politicians, and then accept employers' claims there is no room for pay rise for everyone else?

someone explain?


Nothing I can see in your link has anything to do with pay rises for anyone.

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  #308506 17-Mar-2010 22:08
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Yeah pretty random rant tbh.

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  #309496 21-Mar-2010 11:08
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While ranting randomly about banks.... wtf is up with ANZ's site the past week ? Its up and down like a yoyo..........




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