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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
20th Jul 21, 10:40am
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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
Otmar Issing worries that central banks are ignoring potential new sources of upward price pressures and uncertainty
17th Jul 21, 9:32am
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Otmar Issing worries that central banks are ignoring potential new sources of upward price pressures and uncertainty
Gareth Vaughan on a green future v an authoritarian future, ancient hunter-gathers & modern day anxiety, debt relief for poor countries, Billy Te Kahika in the South China Morning Post, the teeny tiny EU unifier
8th Oct 20, 9:34am
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Gareth Vaughan on a green future v an authoritarian future, ancient hunter-gathers & modern day anxiety, debt relief for poor countries, Billy Te Kahika in the South China Morning Post, the teeny tiny EU unifier
Otmar Issing offer four reasons why other central banks should be wary of emulating the new US monetary-policy strategy
4th Oct 20, 9:30am
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Otmar Issing offer four reasons why other central banks should be wary of emulating the new US monetary-policy strategy
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
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BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways
10th Sep 19, 10:00am
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The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways
Will Christine Lagarde have the same powers over markets and politicians as the wizardly Mario Draghi? A great deal hangs on this question says Fathom's Erik Britton
14th Jul 19, 6:46am
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Will Christine Lagarde have the same powers over markets and politicians as the wizardly Mario Draghi? A great deal hangs on this question says Fathom's Erik Britton
Jarrod Kerr with the Top 10 things to think about into 2019 from trade wars to yield curve inversion, wage growth, property, Italy and more
14th Dec 18, 10:12am
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Jarrod Kerr with the Top 10 things to think about into 2019 from trade wars to yield curve inversion, wage growth, property, Italy and more
Ultra-loose monetary policy stopped being appropriate long ago says Germany's Jürgen Stark, and the ECB's refusal to normalise policy faster is drastically increasing the risks to financial stability
20th Feb 18, 8:30am
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Ultra-loose monetary policy stopped being appropriate long ago says Germany's Jürgen Stark, and the ECB's refusal to normalise policy faster is drastically increasing the risks to financial stability
Martien Lubberink on lessons learnt 10 years after the GFC, the RBNZ's capital review & peace breaking out between the RBNZ & Kiwibank
18th Aug 17, 10:02am
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Martien Lubberink on lessons learnt 10 years after the GFC, the RBNZ's capital review & peace breaking out between the RBNZ & Kiwibank
With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
15th Jan 17, 9:58am
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With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
The challenge is to try to keep short term political quick-fixes from doing predictable long term damage, and ensure that monetary and fiscal policies work together effectively
14th Jan 17, 12:01pm
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The challenge is to try to keep short term political quick-fixes from doing predictable long term damage, and ensure that monetary and fiscal policies work together effectively
Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
22nd Oct 16, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
ANZ NZ in €1 billion (about NZ$1.55 billion) seven-year covered bond issue
27th Sep 16, 12:42pm
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ANZ NZ in €1 billion (about NZ$1.55 billion) seven-year covered bond issue
ANZ's BlueNotes editor Andrew Cornell looks at the negativity of negative interest rates
13th Sep 16, 12:22pm
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ANZ's BlueNotes editor Andrew Cornell looks at the negativity of negative interest rates
Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
3rd Jun 16, 10:02am
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Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
Martien Lubberink separates the men from the boys when it comes to learning from a financial crisis
26th Feb 16, 10:00am
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Martien Lubberink separates the men from the boys when it comes to learning from a financial crisis
George Friedman sees banking problems that need to be solved in Europe & Asia with the fear of loss of deposits 'stalking countries'
4th Feb 16, 5:03am
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George Friedman sees banking problems that need to be solved in Europe & Asia with the fear of loss of deposits 'stalking countries'
Westpac NZ fills its funding tin with covered bond issue against backdrop of ECB's quantitative easing programme
2nd Oct 15, 9:56am
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Westpac NZ fills its funding tin with covered bond issue against backdrop of ECB's quantitative easing programme
BNZ's Tony Alexander says the world has changed and central banks are struggling to figure out exactly how & why
10th Sep 15, 12:40pm
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BNZ's Tony Alexander says the world has changed and central banks are struggling to figure out exactly how & why
Martien Lubberink on to bail-in or not to bail-in, empty shelves and fire sales in Greece, Dilbert & more
2nd Sep 15, 10:56am
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Martien Lubberink on to bail-in or not to bail-in, empty shelves and fire sales in Greece, Dilbert & more
HiFX's Dan Bell says NZ dollar may continue falling, potentially to around US60c, given global, and domestic issues driving it
6th Jul 15, 5:44pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell says NZ dollar may continue falling, potentially to around US60c, given global, and domestic issues driving it
Martien Lubberink on the Greek drama, the importance of sound bank capital, developments in ASB's capital, Dilbert & more
26th Jun 15, 10:01am
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Martien Lubberink on the Greek drama, the importance of sound bank capital, developments in ASB's capital, Dilbert & more
Shamubeel Eaqub on a virtual tour of North Korea, home ownership, road pricing, the Greek tragedy, NZ borrowing to invest, Asia vs Europe, the Fed as global central bank, Dilbert & more
19th Jun 15, 10:52am
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Shamubeel Eaqub on a virtual tour of North Korea, home ownership, road pricing, the Greek tragedy, NZ borrowing to invest, Asia vs Europe, the Fed as global central bank, Dilbert & more
HiFX's Dan Bell says Kiwi-Aussie dollar parity still on the cards, any delay to expected Fed rate hike will boost NZ dollar
8th Apr 15, 3:55pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell says Kiwi-Aussie dollar parity still on the cards, any delay to expected Fed rate hike will boost NZ dollar