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Allan Barber sees progress on updating trade deals with the EU and the UK as priorities, even though NZ has many other options and some of which may be better
27th Jan 21, 9:46am
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Allan Barber sees progress on updating trade deals with the EU and the UK as priorities, even though NZ has many other options and some of which may be better
Gareth Vaughan on the IMF advocating borrowing over austerity & a new Bretton Woods moment, the good times roll for US banks, the case for a Scottish currency, less extreme wind in NZ, the problem with our SUVs, utes & vans, and an orange Lamborghini
16th Oct 20, 9:56am
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Gareth Vaughan on the IMF advocating borrowing over austerity & a new Bretton Woods moment, the good times roll for US banks, the case for a Scottish currency, less extreme wind in NZ, the problem with our SUVs, utes & vans, and an orange Lamborghini
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at the impact of COVID-19 and various policy responses on business activity across a range of countries
28th Aug 20, 10:00am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at the impact of COVID-19 and various policy responses on business activity across a range of countries
Gareth Vaughan on the Imperial College London paper, what the PM's chief science advisor says, angry Italian mayors, the EU's battle for relevancy and Hong Kong's second wave
24th Mar 20, 2:04pm
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Gareth Vaughan on the Imperial College London paper, what the PM's chief science advisor says, angry Italian mayors, the EU's battle for relevancy and Hong Kong's second wave
George Soros worries that the pursuit of business is threatening the values on which the European Union was founded
13th Feb 20, 12:39pm
by Guest
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George Soros worries that the pursuit of business is threatening the values on which the European Union was founded
Chris Trotter wonders whether provincial and conservative New Zealanders will embrace diversity and multiculturalism with the same fervour as their fellow citizens in Grey Lynn and Wadestown
8th Apr 19, 8:24am
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Chris Trotter wonders whether provincial and conservative New Zealanders will embrace diversity and multiculturalism with the same fervour as their fellow citizens in Grey Lynn and Wadestown
Global gloom following signs of falling EU and US growth drives NZ swap rate to record low
25th Mar 19, 2:37pm
Global gloom following signs of falling EU and US growth drives NZ swap rate to record low
Gareth Vaughan on remembering the Christchurch mosque victims, Deutsche & Donald, Spank the Banker, a warning from Latvia and Europe's money laundering woes
22nd Mar 19, 10:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on remembering the Christchurch mosque victims, Deutsche & Donald, Spank the Banker, a warning from Latvia and Europe's money laundering woes
Gareth Vaughan on what the purpose of an economy is, another Taylor special, Brexit & icebergs, embracing socialism & probing Trump
15th Mar 19, 10:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on what the purpose of an economy is, another Taylor special, Brexit & icebergs, embracing socialism & probing Trump
The New Zealand government plans to push on with its own digital services tax despite EU ructions
14th Mar 19, 4:15pm
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The New Zealand government plans to push on with its own digital services tax despite EU ructions
With a no-deal Brexit looking more and more likely affected Kiwi exporters need to get set for a worst case scenario
14th Mar 19, 1:37pm
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With a no-deal Brexit looking more and more likely affected Kiwi exporters need to get set for a worst case scenario
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says the US has legitimate trade grievances with China and others but questions the way it's dealing with them
31st Jan 19, 9:31am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says the US has legitimate trade grievances with China and others but questions the way it's dealing with them
'Very positive' agreements to see NZ products treated the same in the UK, as they are in the EU, in the immediate aftermath of Brexit
22nd Jan 19, 1:09pm
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'Very positive' agreements to see NZ products treated the same in the UK, as they are in the EU, in the immediate aftermath of Brexit
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
Hood the hawks: The outlook is strong but uncertain. The RBNZ has released the doves, Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr & Jeremy Couchman say in their latest economic outlook
7th Dec 18, 11:17am
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Hood the hawks: The outlook is strong but uncertain. The RBNZ has released the doves, Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr & Jeremy Couchman say in their latest economic outlook
Guy Trafford reviews the challenges the dairy industry faces, noting a2 Milk successes stand out even as production rises and prices fall for most others
22nd Nov 18, 9:43am
Guy Trafford reviews the challenges the dairy industry faces, noting a2 Milk successes stand out even as production rises and prices fall for most others
John Mauldin says recent events make him concerned the debt reckoning he foresees could be closer than he previously thought
29th Oct 18, 11:02am
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John Mauldin says recent events make him concerned the debt reckoning he foresees could be closer than he previously thought
Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
22nd Jun 18, 10:00am
by Guest
Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
21st Jun 18, 2:10pm
by Jason Walls
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EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
Henry Chueh looks at the impact of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation on blockchain technology
4th Jun 18, 6:02am
Henry Chueh looks at the impact of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation on blockchain technology
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's yet to receive any news from the US on whether NZ will receive an exemption on steel and aluminium tariffs put in place by President Donald Trump
24th Apr 18, 5:17pm
by Jason Walls
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's yet to receive any news from the US on whether NZ will receive an exemption on steel and aluminium tariffs put in place by President Donald Trump
Jacob L. Shapiro & George Friedman argue Germany's reunification after the collapse of the Soviet Union was the most important precursor to Brexit
10th Apr 18, 10:54am
by Guest
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Jacob L. Shapiro & George Friedman argue Germany's reunification after the collapse of the Soviet Union was the most important precursor to Brexit
Aussie consumer groups cite Facebook-Cambridge Analytica type data dangers for consumers in move to open banking
2nd Apr 18, 8:01am
Aussie consumer groups cite Facebook-Cambridge Analytica type data dangers for consumers in move to open banking
The Opposition says Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters’ increasingly pro-Russia rhetoric is making EU officials working on a free trade deal with New Zealand nervous, but the PM has backed Peters’ stance
12th Mar 18, 5:09pm
by Jason Walls
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The Opposition says Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters’ increasingly pro-Russia rhetoric is making EU officials working on a free trade deal with New Zealand nervous, but the PM has backed Peters’ stance
RBNZ not giving much thought to how cryptocurrencies could impact financial stability, despite comments from the Bank for International Settlements urging caution
9th Feb 18, 9:31am
by Jason Walls
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RBNZ not giving much thought to how cryptocurrencies could impact financial stability, despite comments from the Bank for International Settlements urging caution