Unemployment

11 Nov 16, 10:02am
Motu researchers on the case against democracy, the phantom poll swings, Piketty and housing capital, why the peasants were better off than you, weapons of math destruction, what a Donald Trump academic article would look like and more
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8 Nov 16, 6:15pm
Bernard Hickey reviews the day's business news with Duncan Garner at RadioLive, Tuesday, November 8, 2016
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7 Nov 16, 7:05pm
Bernard Hickey reviews the day's business news with Duncan Garner at RadioLive, Monday, November 7, 2016
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6 Nov 16, 5:02am
This week's jobs figures look fantastic, but they disguise flat real GDP per hour worked and an essentially stagnant economy where renters, the young and the unemployed have missed out
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2 Nov 16, 5:56pm
Bernard Hickey reviews the day's business news with Duncan Garner at RadioLive, Wednesday, November 2, 2016
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30 Oct 16, 2:11pm
Zhang Jun shows that rising debt, falling investment and poor productivity are not only hampering the Middle Kingdom, but policy responses to them are not helping
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22 Aug 16, 10:03am
Zhang Jun says regional differences in economic performance reflect the country's massive structural changes as it seeks the status of a high-income economy
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17 Aug 16, 11:16am
Statistics NZ reports unemployment fell to 5.1% in June quarter from revised 5.2% in March quarter; Under-utilisation rate, which includes unemployed and those who want more work, at 12.7%; 342,000 out of work or want more work
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18 May 16, 2:18pm
Simon Bennett of blue-collar recruiter AWF says NZ almost entirely lacks consistent and efficient pathways for school-leavers, the unemployed and the low-skilled to train on-the-job and gain the necessary basic skills to be able to adapt to survive
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8 May 16, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey asks why over a third of a million unemployed and underemployed New Zealanders can't find jobs at the same time that employers want migration rules to be relaxed so they can import more workers
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15 Apr 16, 9:54am
Zhang Jun says China’s leaders are confronted with a difficult choice: higher near-term unemployment or slower long-term growth
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8 Apr 16, 10:27am
Motu research analysts on why Middle America should be angry, saving the EU, middle class housing projects, the TPPA, the animated Panama Papers & more
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29 Mar 16, 9:28am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy thinks that a universal basic income could appeal to conservatives and liberals alike
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5 Feb 16, 11:20am
David Chaston on market movements and their drivers, assets & debt, unemployment & wages, solar wars, falling interest rates & inequality, negative interest rates & banks, Dilbert & more
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3 Feb 16, 11:04am
Statistics NZ reports unemployment rate of 5.3% in December, down from 6%; But participation rate lower; Annual wage inflation only 1.5%
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22 Dec 15, 11:35am
David Hargreaves thinks the Government will need to make a fast start to 2016 in the face of an uncommonly large number of economic variables
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14 Dec 15, 12:28pm
Economists see inflation within RBNZ's 1% to 3% target band next year
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7 Nov 15, 8:20am
Strong October growth in US jobs may trigger the Fed to hike its policy rate in December
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4 Nov 15, 10:53am
Statistics NZ reports jobs fell 0.4% in Sept qtr and unemployment rate rose to 6.0% from 5.9% as participation rate also fell; jobs growth weaker than expected
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1 Nov 15, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey argues the Reserve Bank should have given the unemployed and exporters the benefit of the doubt on inflation by cutting for a fourth time on October 29
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