NZIER

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2nd Apr 19, 10:24am
NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses have started 2019 more downbeat about the economy; economists see survey results pointing to fall in interest rates
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NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses have started 2019 more downbeat about the economy; economists see survey results pointing to fall in interest rates
2nd Apr 19, 10:24am
6th Mar 19, 1:51pm
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Because honest emissions cuts are staggeringly hard to make, achieving carbon neutrality anytime soon is an empty ambition. But countries continue to make big promises and massage their numbers to give a false sense of progress
Because honest emissions cuts are staggeringly hard to make, achieving carbon neutrality anytime soon is an empty ambition. But countries continue to make big promises and massage their numbers to give a false sense of progress
6th Mar 19, 1:51pm
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15th Jan 19, 11:05am
Business sentiment and demand pick up from low levels in December quarter, according to the NZIER; Weak profitability remains a problem
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Business sentiment and demand pick up from low levels in December quarter, according to the NZIER; Weak profitability remains a problem
15th Jan 19, 11:05am
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2nd Oct 18, 10:09am
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows worst level of business confidence since March 2009
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Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows worst level of business confidence since March 2009
2nd Oct 18, 10:09am
29th Aug 18, 5:00am
NZIER is expecting economic growth of just under 3% over the coming years, but says there are still a few clouds on New Zealand’s economic horizon
NZIER is expecting economic growth of just under 3% over the coming years, but says there are still a few clouds on New Zealand’s economic horizon
29th Aug 18, 5:00am
13th Aug 18, 12:10pm
The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was one of the first bills the Government said it would implement and this week it will likely become law
The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was one of the first bills the Government said it would implement and this week it will likely become law
13th Aug 18, 12:10pm
24th Jul 18, 7:08am
The Reserve Bank has been clear the next move in the OCR could be a hike or a cut – but economists say the latter option is ‘very unlikely’
The Reserve Bank has been clear the next move in the OCR could be a hike or a cut – but economists say the latter option is ‘very unlikely’
24th Jul 18, 7:08am
3rd Jul 18, 3:25pm
Economists say another batch of low business confidence figures are a concern for future economic growth and it’s time for the RBNZ to pay attention
Economists say another batch of low business confidence figures are a concern for future economic growth and it’s time for the RBNZ to pay attention
3rd Jul 18, 3:25pm
3rd Jul 18, 12:00pm
NZIER business confidence numbers show firms' optimism at its lowest level in seven years
NZIER business confidence numbers show firms' optimism at its lowest level in seven years
3rd Jul 18, 12:00pm
20th May 18, 6:54am
The Government's commitment to establishing a non-partisan fiscal costings body is the right move - you only need to revisit the $11.7b fiscal hole saga to see why, says Jason Walls
The Government's commitment to establishing a non-partisan fiscal costings body is the right move - you only need to revisit the $11.7b fiscal hole saga to see why, says Jason Walls
20th May 18, 6:54am
1st May 18, 2:58pm
The scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit is 'massive' and can't be fixed without billions of dollars of private capital – Jason Walls takes a look at how the Government plans to woo investors
The scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit is 'massive' and can't be fixed without billions of dollars of private capital – Jason Walls takes a look at how the Government plans to woo investors
1st May 18, 2:58pm
14th Apr 18, 10:31am
Why we'd all be better off being more welcoming to migrants' elderly parents and improving the quality of education offered to international students
Why we'd all be better off being more welcoming to migrants' elderly parents and improving the quality of education offered to international students
14th Apr 18, 10:31am
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10th Apr 18, 10:33am
Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
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Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
10th Apr 18, 10:33am
21st Mar 18, 11:59am
How future governments' policies and spending priorities will be shaped by both wellbeing and GDP being factored into their decision-making
How future governments' policies and spending priorities will be shaped by both wellbeing and GDP being factored into their decision-making
21st Mar 18, 11:59am
7th Mar 18, 11:58am
Companies, lobby groups and individuals have been having their say on the Government’s Overseas Investment Amendment Bill. The vibe? Negative
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
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16th Feb 18, 12:33pm
PM Jacinda Ardern challenges view that Labour-led governments hamper business; Says she wants perception to meet reality
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PM Jacinda Ardern challenges view that Labour-led governments hamper business; Says she wants perception to meet reality
16th Feb 18, 12:33pm
16th Jan 18, 10:42am
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NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
16th Jan 18, 10:42am
1st Nov 17, 1:06pm
NZIER economists urge inclusion of nominal GDP growth in the upcoming review of the Reserve Bank Act
NZIER economists urge inclusion of nominal GDP growth in the upcoming review of the Reserve Bank Act
1st Nov 17, 1:06pm
16th Sep 17, 6:02am
Jenée Tibshraeny teases out an economic theory for why migration policy should be driven by well-being not GDP growth
Jenée Tibshraeny teases out an economic theory for why migration policy should be driven by well-being not GDP growth
16th Sep 17, 6:02am
13th Jul 17, 11:19am
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John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
13th Jul 17, 11:19am

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