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Gareth Vaughan on financial incentives increasing vaccination rates, the mystery of Tether, high DTIs, Singapore travel, plus Eric & the anti-vaxxers
12th Oct 21, 9:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on financial incentives increasing vaccination rates, the mystery of Tether, high DTIs, Singapore travel, plus Eric & the anti-vaxxers
The University of Melbourne's Kevin Davis says bank share buybacks aren't a good look against the backdrop of Covid-related support banks have received
24th Sep 21, 9:23am
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The University of Melbourne's Kevin Davis says bank share buybacks aren't a good look against the backdrop of Covid-related support banks have received
Gareth Vaughan argues the Reserve Bank's COVID-19 response is tilting the playing field in favour of banks at the expense of non-bank deposit takers
23rd Nov 20, 12:01pm
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Gareth Vaughan argues the Reserve Bank's COVID-19 response is tilting the playing field in favour of banks at the expense of non-bank deposit takers
Reserve Bank of Australia 'committed to doing what it can to support the creation of jobs', cuts cash rate and takes a series of additional steps including plans to buy A$100 billion of government bonds
3rd Nov 20, 4:41pm
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Reserve Bank of Australia 'committed to doing what it can to support the creation of jobs', cuts cash rate and takes a series of additional steps including plans to buy A$100 billion of government bonds
Andrew Cornell of Bluenotes delves into how the economy and the business sector will fare when COVID-19 related life support is eventually switched off, and what this may mean for banks' bad loans
22nd Oct 20, 12:27pm
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Andrew Cornell of Bluenotes delves into how the economy and the business sector will fare when COVID-19 related life support is eventually switched off, and what this may mean for banks' bad loans
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
RBNZ deputy governor and manager for financial stability Geoff Bascand airs concerns about open banking, sounds lukewarm on the prospect of regulating merchant service fees
15th Oct 20, 9:42am
RBNZ deputy governor and manager for financial stability Geoff Bascand airs concerns about open banking, sounds lukewarm on the prospect of regulating merchant service fees
Gareth Vaughan strives to spark a 21st century conversation on government debt, urging our politicians to leave the ghost of Rob Muldoon behind and focus on the real challenges New Zealand faces today
6th Oct 20, 11:56am
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Gareth Vaughan strives to spark a 21st century conversation on government debt, urging our politicians to leave the ghost of Rob Muldoon behind and focus on the real challenges New Zealand faces today
Labour pledges 'regulation of the price' as it eyes introduction of merchant service fee regulation in New Zealand, should it be returned to government in the October 17 election
9th Sep 20, 4:08pm
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Labour pledges 'regulation of the price' as it eyes introduction of merchant service fee regulation in New Zealand, should it be returned to government in the October 17 election
Wigram Capital Advisors' Rodney Jones on cutting the OCR below 25 basis points, the economic gains from eliminating COVID-19, and winning ugly against the virus like the 2011 All Blacks
24th Aug 20, 10:03am
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Wigram Capital Advisors' Rodney Jones on cutting the OCR below 25 basis points, the economic gains from eliminating COVID-19, and winning ugly against the virus like the 2011 All Blacks
COVID-19 set to rear its head for an early impact assessment as three of Australasia's big four banking groups report their interim financial results
24th Apr 20, 9:05am
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COVID-19 set to rear its head for an early impact assessment as three of Australasia's big four banking groups report their interim financial results
In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
8th Apr 20, 10:00am
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In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
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In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
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In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
RBNZ takes steps to shore-up NZ financial markets, on top of Monday's OCR cut, as coronavirus crisis escalates. Bank economists anticipate RBNZ's next move will be buying Government bonds, or QE
20th Mar 20, 1:22pm
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RBNZ takes steps to shore-up NZ financial markets, on top of Monday's OCR cut, as coronavirus crisis escalates. Bank economists anticipate RBNZ's next move will be buying Government bonds, or QE
Reserve Bank of Australia cuts its cash rate, says it's prepared to buy federal government and state government securities, and is establishing a facility to offer three-year funding to ADIs
19th Mar 20, 4:47pm
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Reserve Bank of Australia cuts its cash rate, says it's prepared to buy federal government and state government securities, and is establishing a facility to offer three-year funding to ADIs
RBNZ 'prepared to ensure well-functioning financial system including access to credit, cash & liquidity in the banking system.' BNZ's Toplis says Fed cut 'unjustified', RBNZ could be 'voice of reason in panic-driven world'
4th Mar 20, 11:55am
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RBNZ 'prepared to ensure well-functioning financial system including access to credit, cash & liquidity in the banking system.' BNZ's Toplis says Fed cut 'unjustified', RBNZ could be 'voice of reason in panic-driven world'
Aussie parents of NZ's big four banks facing hits to everything from net interest margins to loan impairments as a result of economic downturn stemming from coronavirus
4th Mar 20, 9:29am
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Aussie parents of NZ's big four banks facing hits to everything from net interest margins to loan impairments as a result of economic downturn stemming from coronavirus
Reserve Bank of Australia cuts cash rate to just 0.50% to 'support the economy as it responds to the global coronavirus outbreak'
3rd Mar 20, 4:43pm
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Reserve Bank of Australia cuts cash rate to just 0.50% to 'support the economy as it responds to the global coronavirus outbreak'
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
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ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
6th Sep 19, 9:53am
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ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
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S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
ANZ Head of Foreign Exchange Research Daniel Been on how the way currency markets are analysed is changing and why the US dollar continues to have appeal
17th Aug 19, 9:16am
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ANZ Head of Foreign Exchange Research Daniel Been on how the way currency markets are analysed is changing and why the US dollar continues to have appeal
With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
12th Aug 19, 8:24am
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With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia under pressure to return billions of dollars of capital to shareholders despite expectation ASB's capital will need bolstering to meet RBNZ bank capital proposals
5th Aug 19, 9:57am
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ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia under pressure to return billions of dollars of capital to shareholders despite expectation ASB's capital will need bolstering to meet RBNZ bank capital proposals