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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics probes the rise of US inflation and says it's primarily a temporary consequence of the pandemic 
18th Jun 21, 10:40am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics probes the rise of US inflation and says it's primarily a temporary consequence of the pandemic 
Now the US Fed has started speaking more openly about climate change, it should take a hard look at the tools it already has available. It will find some green monetary policies serve both the environment & the economy
12th Apr 21, 9:25am
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Now the US Fed has started speaking more openly about climate change, it should take a hard look at the tools it already has available. It will find some green monetary policies serve both the environment & the economy
Gareth Vaughan on whether COVID corporate winners should share their profits with COVID corporate losers, Dr Doom vs crypto-currency spruikers, central bank cryptos & Fed boss gets serious about unemployment
13th Feb 21, 9:31am
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Gareth Vaughan on whether COVID corporate winners should share their profits with COVID corporate losers, Dr Doom vs crypto-currency spruikers, central bank cryptos & Fed boss gets serious about unemployment
John Mauldin argues ill-considered central bank actions, such as artificially low interest rates, cause and/or aggravate problems such as income and wealth inequality
8th Dec 20, 7:30am
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John Mauldin argues ill-considered central bank actions, such as artificially low interest rates, cause and/or aggravate problems such as income and wealth inequality
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at how and why central banks, including the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, use the stars to help meet, and try to meet, their monetary policy remits
21st Oct 20, 5:00am
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Gareth Vaughan takes a look at how and why central banks, including the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, use the stars to help meet, and try to meet, their monetary policy remits
US and Australian central banks might be hitting pause on interest rate cuts, and the NZ economy doesn't look that bad, so Westpac economists no longer believe the OCR will be cut in a fortnight
31st Oct 19, 2:57pm
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US and Australian central banks might be hitting pause on interest rate cuts, and the NZ economy doesn't look that bad, so Westpac economists no longer believe the OCR will be cut in a fortnight
The trade war between the US and China holds special risks for New Zealand and the year-long dive in bond yields can be traced back to investor fears of where this is all headed
4th Aug 19, 11:59am
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The trade war between the US and China holds special risks for New Zealand and the year-long dive in bond yields can be traced back to investor fears of where this is all headed
OCR to be kept at an 'expansionary level for a considerable period', with the RBNZ Governor sticking to his line that the next move could be 'up or down'
27th Sep 18, 9:08am
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OCR to be kept at an 'expansionary level for a considerable period', with the RBNZ Governor sticking to his line that the next move could be 'up or down'
Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
4th May 18, 9:27am
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Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
Threat of China exporting deflation re-emerges as US investment banks move to recoup a half a trillion dollars of Asian debt
27th Mar 18, 12:00pm
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Threat of China exporting deflation re-emerges as US investment banks move to recoup a half a trillion dollars of Asian debt
Financial adviser Martin Hawes argues a stock market crash isn't looming, so remains bullish; Says now isn't the time for nervous investors to adjust their risk profiles
13th Feb 18, 10:47am
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Financial adviser Martin Hawes argues a stock market crash isn't looming, so remains bullish; Says now isn't the time for nervous investors to adjust their risk profiles
Economist warns capital controls could see inflation in China spike and spread around the world, putting the Fed behind the eight ball as it tightens monetary policy 
22nd Mar 17, 3:42pm
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Economist warns capital controls could see inflation in China spike and spread around the world, putting the Fed behind the eight ball as it tightens monetary policy 
Fed expects US economy to expand at moderate pace; oil price rise buoys markets; oil futures surge 5%; new home sales in US highest since 2007; UST 10yr 2.03%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 65.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.8
28th Jan 16, 8:16am
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Fed expects US economy to expand at moderate pace; oil price rise buoys markets; oil futures surge 5%; new home sales in US highest since 2007; UST 10yr 2.03%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 65.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.8
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Fed could spark mortgage rate hikes here; GDP bounces back; Real estate agencies in hot water over alleged price-fixing; NZD yo-yos
17th Dec 15, 3:57pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Fed could spark mortgage rate hikes here; GDP bounces back; Real estate agencies in hot water over alleged price-fixing; NZD yo-yos
US growth rises, jobless claims low; IMF wants haircut; TPP talks get hard; Aussie banking regulators warn; UST 10yr yield 2.27%; gold lower; NZ$1 = 65.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71
31st Jul 15, 7:30am
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US growth rises, jobless claims low; IMF wants haircut; TPP talks get hard; Aussie banking regulators warn; UST 10yr yield 2.27%; gold lower; NZ$1 = 65.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71
Russian currency in turmoil, US economy overcomes first-quarter slowdown, IMF commends Chinese govt efforts to calm markets; UST 10yr yield increases, oil and gold prices in a slump; NZ$1 = 66.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.7
30th Jul 15, 7:45am
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Russian currency in turmoil, US economy overcomes first-quarter slowdown, IMF commends Chinese govt efforts to calm markets; UST 10yr yield increases, oil and gold prices in a slump; NZ$1 = 66.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.7
HiFX's Dan Bell sees potential for an OCR hike from a hawkish RBNZ, ongoing strength in the NZ dollar, and more twisting from the US Fed
7th Dec 12, 4:01pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell sees potential for an OCR hike from a hawkish RBNZ, ongoing strength in the NZ dollar, and more twisting from the US Fed
HiFX's Dan Bell sees a break-down in risk-on, risk-off trade for the NZ dollar where it follows Wall Street up and down as US dollar follows US shares up
16th Oct 12, 3:46pm
HiFX's Dan Bell sees a break-down in risk-on, risk-off trade for the NZ dollar where it follows Wall Street up and down as US dollar follows US shares up
HiFX's Dan Bell on potential NZ$ weakening, central bank balance sheet to GDP ratios and RBNZ room to cut OCR negating immediate need for QE
8th Oct 12, 2:06pm
HiFX's Dan Bell on potential NZ$ weakening, central bank balance sheet to GDP ratios and RBNZ room to cut OCR negating immediate need for QE
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 1, 2011
1st Dec 11, 8:51am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 1, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, November 16, 2011
16th Nov 11, 9:03am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, November 2, 2011
2nd Nov 11, 9:12am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Yields retreat somewhat from Euro "solution" induced eurphoria
31st Oct 11, 8:55am
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Yields retreat somewhat from Euro "solution" induced eurphoria
Good news, bad news: Italy and Spain hit by credit downgrades, US payrolls surprise on upside
10th Oct 11, 8:36am
Good news, bad news: Italy and Spain hit by credit downgrades, US payrolls surprise on upside
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, September 19, 2011
19th Sep 11, 8:58am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, September 19, 2011