Infometrics

14th Aug 15, 10:02am
Benje Patterson on 10 reasons why you shouldn’t get your knickers in a twist over the sour outlook for the dairy sector
Benje Patterson on 10 reasons why you shouldn’t get your knickers in a twist over the sour outlook for the dairy sector
14th Aug 15, 10:02am
28th Jul 15, 11:10am
Benje Patterson says the stars seem aligned for strong growth in international education’s contribution to export earnings over coming years
Benje Patterson says the stars seem aligned for strong growth in international education’s contribution to export earnings over coming years
28th Jul 15, 11:10am
13th Jul 15, 12:30pm
Auckland house prices would still be unaffordable even if they fell by 20% says Infometrics
Auckland house prices would still be unaffordable even if they fell by 20% says Infometrics
13th Jul 15, 12:30pm
8th Jul 15, 9:02am
Mieke Welvaert shows that while great service is always appreciated, she explains why some don't try or don't care in some areas - and get away with that attitude
Mieke Welvaert shows that while great service is always appreciated, she explains why some don't try or don't care in some areas - and get away with that attitude
8th Jul 15, 9:02am
20th Jun 15, 11:37am
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A change in diet will become increasingly necessary as an expanding current account deficit forces out the belt buckle a couple more notches, says Infometrics
A change in diet will become increasingly necessary as an expanding current account deficit forces out the belt buckle a couple more notches, says Infometrics
20th Jun 15, 11:37am
3rd Jun 15, 11:03am
Bay of Plenty city attracting population in broad-based economic expansion based on strong jobs growth and affordable housing
Bay of Plenty city attracting population in broad-based economic expansion based on strong jobs growth and affordable housing
3rd Jun 15, 11:03am
26th May 15, 11:35am
Dave Grimmond likes the Budget 2015 drive to tackle child poverty by focusing resources on those under 6 to try and head off later costly interventions
Dave Grimmond likes the Budget 2015 drive to tackle child poverty by focusing resources on those under 6 to try and head off later costly interventions
26th May 15, 11:35am
16th May 15, 6:04am
Benje Patterson wonders why requiring banks to hold more capital for property investor lending isn't a policy action that is being used
Benje Patterson wonders why requiring banks to hold more capital for property investor lending isn't a policy action that is being used
16th May 15, 6:04am
13th May 15, 5:04am
Gareth Kiernan wonders if wage growth is a lagging indicator of the economic cycle, are greater labour cost pressure's just around the corner?
Gareth Kiernan wonders if wage growth is a lagging indicator of the economic cycle, are greater labour cost pressure's just around the corner?
13th May 15, 5:04am
2nd May 15, 8:35am
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Nigel Pinkerton argues the case for lifestyle blocks and sees them as a key way some regions can retain and build vibrant rural communities, resisting urban drift
Nigel Pinkerton argues the case for lifestyle blocks and sees them as a key way some regions can retain and build vibrant rural communities, resisting urban drift
2nd May 15, 8:35am
17th Apr 15, 10:51am
Benje Patterson on digital hitchhiking, dismantling Wellington's runway extension, Hobbit costumes, potty training for tourists, the daylight robbery of roaming, Dilbert & more
Benje Patterson on digital hitchhiking, dismantling Wellington's runway extension, Hobbit costumes, potty training for tourists, the daylight robbery of roaming, Dilbert & more
17th Apr 15, 10:51am
14th Apr 15, 1:46pm
Benje Patterson says the good times have returned for regional tourism and the outlook is bright
Benje Patterson says the good times have returned for regional tourism and the outlook is bright
14th Apr 15, 1:46pm
13th Apr 15, 8:21am
Eric Crampton cheers Labour leader Andrew Little's pointing out of the deadweight costs of taxation
Eric Crampton cheers Labour leader Andrew Little's pointing out of the deadweight costs of taxation
13th Apr 15, 8:21am
31st Mar 15, 9:53pm
Andrew Whiteford says that commuters and remote workers can contribute to economic revival of towns, including places like Wanganui
Andrew Whiteford says that commuters and remote workers can contribute to economic revival of towns, including places like Wanganui
31st Mar 15, 9:53pm
17th Mar 15, 12:11pm
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Shaun Twaddle says it is time for people who have money but no time and people who have time but no money to interact
Shaun Twaddle says it is time for people who have money but no time and people who have time but no money to interact
17th Mar 15, 12:11pm
4th Mar 15, 9:33am
Gareth Kiernan has a World Cup Cricket-themed look at likely economic developments and concludes that NZ's big hitting is going to give way to more stolid accumulation
Gareth Kiernan has a World Cup Cricket-themed look at likely economic developments and concludes that NZ's big hitting is going to give way to more stolid accumulation
4th Mar 15, 9:33am
18th Feb 15, 5:03am
Mieke Welvaert looks at productivity and work-life balance. Could we mimic Germans and Swedes in producing more by working less?
Mieke Welvaert looks at productivity and work-life balance. Could we mimic Germans and Swedes in producing more by working less?
18th Feb 15, 5:03am
4th Feb 15, 7:00am
Dave Grimmond looks at the LGNZ revenue discussion paper and finds reasons to be sceptical, but also an option for 'fiscally neutral' change
Dave Grimmond looks at the LGNZ revenue discussion paper and finds reasons to be sceptical, but also an option for 'fiscally neutral' change
4th Feb 15, 7:00am
23rd Jan 15, 10:47am
Gareth Kiernan looks at some key trends we will face this year, and suggests that the RBNZ will launch new housing loan restrictions
Gareth Kiernan looks at some key trends we will face this year, and suggests that the RBNZ will launch new housing loan restrictions
23rd Jan 15, 10:47am
7th Jan 15, 10:29am
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Nigel Pinkerton does not want to see the enjoyment he gets from fireworks banned and makes some suggestions on how to control the inevitable 'idiot'
Nigel Pinkerton does not want to see the enjoyment he gets from fireworks banned and makes some suggestions on how to control the inevitable 'idiot'
7th Jan 15, 10:29am
17th Dec 14, 9:54am
Benje Patterson's open letter to Bill English calls for tightening student loan repayment criteria to minimise the costs of 'parasitic behaviour'
Benje Patterson's open letter to Bill English calls for tightening student loan repayment criteria to minimise the costs of 'parasitic behaviour'
17th Dec 14, 9:54am
2nd Dec 14, 2:26pm
Andrew Whiteford argues too much has been made about regional inequality when we have strong provinces with good economic prospects
Andrew Whiteford argues too much has been made about regional inequality when we have strong provinces with good economic prospects
2nd Dec 14, 2:26pm
19th Nov 14, 9:29am
Gareth Kiernan looks into the murky world of public body cost-benefit analysis and finds it mingled with patch-protection and ego justifications
Gareth Kiernan looks into the murky world of public body cost-benefit analysis and finds it mingled with patch-protection and ego justifications
19th Nov 14, 9:29am
6th Nov 14, 5:00am
Mieke Welvaert looks at how longer, healthier life expectancies are changing the way we plan transferring wealth we may have built up
Mieke Welvaert looks at how longer, healthier life expectancies are changing the way we plan transferring wealth we may have built up
6th Nov 14, 5:00am
21st Oct 14, 2:47pm
Infometrics is wondering if the economy has passed its use-by date. What challenges will the next few years bring?
Infometrics is wondering if the economy has passed its use-by date. What challenges will the next few years bring?
21st Oct 14, 2:47pm

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