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Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
1st Jul 21, 1:39pm
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Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
Treasury cuts its risk-free Kiwi Bond interest rate to 1.00% for all terms, down from 1.50%
16th Aug 19, 11:05am
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Treasury cuts its risk-free Kiwi Bond interest rate to 1.00% for all terms, down from 1.50%
Treasury surveys the risks to our economy of a hard Brexit and finds little likely impact, other than a rise in immigration and a stronger Kiwi dollar
4th Mar 19, 4:48pm
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Treasury surveys the risks to our economy of a hard Brexit and finds little likely impact, other than a rise in immigration and a stronger Kiwi dollar
Treasury says it is watching the rise of artificial meat but it doesn't see a threat to New Zealand's red meat sector at this stage - even as global demand for red meat products has stopped rising
3rd Sep 18, 4:14pm
by Guest
Treasury says it is watching the rise of artificial meat but it doesn't see a threat to New Zealand's red meat sector at this stage - even as global demand for red meat products has stopped rising
The Minister of Housing says there is no limit to what Government entities, such as NZTA, can borrow – none of this extra borrowing shows up on the Government’s core Crown debt ledger
20th Aug 18, 2:09pm
by Jason Walls
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The Minister of Housing says there is no limit to what Government entities, such as NZTA, can borrow – none of this extra borrowing shows up on the Government’s core Crown debt ledger
The Finance Minister is pleased with how the Government's books look, but warns some of the headline figures might look different in a few months' time
5th Jul 18, 4:16pm
by Jason Walls
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The Finance Minister is pleased with how the Government's books look, but warns some of the headline figures might look different in a few months' time
After reading the Budget, the RBNZ expects the effects of government spending on GDP will be ‘lower and later’ than anticipated, a different take to the Treasury’s forecast – Jason Walls asks why
1st Jul 18, 7:03am
by Jason Walls
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After reading the Budget, the RBNZ expects the effects of government spending on GDP will be ‘lower and later’ than anticipated, a different take to the Treasury’s forecast – Jason Walls asks why
On Friday, Phil Twyford slammed Treasury officials for their KiwiBuild forecasts, calling them 'kids… disconnected from reality' – the Prime Minister says he went too far
21st May 18, 5:19pm
by Jason Walls
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On Friday, Phil Twyford slammed Treasury officials for their KiwiBuild forecasts, calling them 'kids… disconnected from reality' – the Prime Minister says he went too far
Treasury assumes annual net migration will fall from +68,000 in the year to March to +25,000 in the year ending June 2022 & assesses the implication for the economy
30th Apr 18, 5:11pm
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Treasury assumes annual net migration will fall from +68,000 in the year to March to +25,000 in the year ending June 2022 & assesses the implication for the economy
Companies, lobby groups and individuals have been having their say on the Government’s Overseas Investment Amendment Bill. The vibe? Negative
7th Mar 18, 11:58am
by Jason Walls
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Companies, lobby groups and individuals have been having their say on the Government’s Overseas Investment Amendment Bill. The vibe? Negative
Although Australia remains our largest trading partner, trade with China benefits us most driving our improving terms of trade
4th Jul 17, 11:31am
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Although Australia remains our largest trading partner, trade with China benefits us most driving our improving terms of trade
A look at how Treasury is assessing our economy as it prepares for its half year economic and fiscal update in December
1st Nov 16, 5:02am
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A look at how Treasury is assessing our economy as it prepares for its half year economic and fiscal update in December
Low interest rates are one factor helping us run smaller current account deficits, bolstered by an improvement in our national savings rate. But rising investment will require the savings rate to improve further
5th Sep 16, 4:50pm
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Low interest rates are one factor helping us run smaller current account deficits, bolstered by an improvement in our national savings rate. But rising investment will require the savings rate to improve further
Implications of the revised Household Labour Force Survey for the Economic Outlook. Treasury's view
2nd Aug 16, 8:25am
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Implications of the revised Household Labour Force Survey for the Economic Outlook. Treasury's view
Treasury analyses the risk and resilience in the NZ economy to the global impacts of Greece and China
4th Aug 15, 5:05am
by Guest
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Treasury analyses the risk and resilience in the NZ economy to the global impacts of Greece and China
The NZ Treasury compares the economic and fiscal outlook between Australia and New Zealand
2nd Jun 15, 4:21pm
by Guest
The NZ Treasury compares the economic and fiscal outlook between Australia and New Zealand
The Treasury looks at our 2008-09 recession, confirms it was deep with a slow recovery, but not unusual as far as recessions go
3rd Dec 13, 3:05pm
by Guest
The Treasury looks at our 2008-09 recession, confirms it was deep with a slow recovery, but not unusual as far as recessions go
Government runs up NZ$2.1 billion deficit in first three months of financial year - NZ$449 million more than projected
7th Nov 12, 10:33am
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Government runs up NZ$2.1 billion deficit in first three months of financial year - NZ$449 million more than projected
The KiwiSaver savings debate; Affluenza?; Family budgets; Live without borrowing; Minimum repayment calculator
19th Dec 11, 11:48am
by Amanda Morrall
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The KiwiSaver savings debate; Affluenza?; Family budgets; Live without borrowing; Minimum repayment calculator
Neville Bennett is worried that we are grossly underestimating the impact of the economic trends moving against us. Your view?
2nd Dec 11, 9:35am
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Neville Bennett is worried that we are grossly underestimating the impact of the economic trends moving against us. Your view?
Opinion: David Chaston finds most pensioners will soon suck out more in pensions than they ever paid in taxes, leaving the young to pay the bill
24th Aug 11, 3:54pm
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Opinion: David Chaston finds most pensioners will soon suck out more in pensions than they ever paid in taxes, leaving the young to pay the bill