The Treasury

18 Jun 18, 12:31pm
After years of slamming the previous Government for low GDP per capita growth, the Finance Minister is looking down the barrel of yet another very bad quarter of per person growth
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9 Jun 18, 10:02am
IMF report, that declared the RBNZ 'materially non-compliant' in 13 of 29 international bank regulatory standards, to be a key sounding board for phase 2 of RBNZ Act review
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8 Jun 18, 9:51am
Housing Minister Phil Twyford says Ministry of Housing and Urban Development will help drive KiwiBuild and will be operational by the end of the year
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7 Jun 18, 3:27pm
Phase two of the RBNZ review has a broad focus, including exploring new banking levies, deposit insurance and debt-to-income (DTI) restrictions
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7 Jun 18, 12:08pm
Next year’s ‘Wellbeing Budget’ will be a world first and has already caught the attention of leading economists from all over the world
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7 Jun 18, 10:31am
Phase 2 of RBNZ Act review to probe macro-prudential tools, IMF findings & potentially separation of monetary policy & prudential supervision responsibilities
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1 Jun 18, 7:38am
Treasury boss Gabriel Makhlouf says the age of superannuation entitlement ‘probably should increase’ to help manage what an economist calls NZ’s ‘looming fiscal time-bomb’
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9 May 17, 7:53am
IMF calls for a more intensive approach to bank supervision from the RBNZ, deposit insurance and a debt-to-income cap tool in its Financial Sector Assessment Program report on NZ
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7 Mar 17, 1:20pm
Treasury is surprised by the recent comparatively strong growth of tax revenues, and seems dubious that it will continue
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29 Nov 16, 1:56pm
Treasury secretary Gabriel Makhlouf argues if 'mood of uncertainty' about the value of globalisation & free trade spreads this would be a big risk to NZ’s living standards
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6 Oct 15, 7:02am
Treasury points out the RBNZ's Core Funding Ratio & market re-pricing of risk, have both mean't the spread between the OCR and mortgage rates is now permanently higher
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11 Jun 15, 8:29pm
Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf warns about making false choices between environmental sustainability, development, prosperity and responsible management
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1 Sep 14, 4:55pm
Treasury reviews the August economic indicators; expects dairy prices to recover, labour markets to tighten, and stabilisation in the housing markets
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8 Nov 13, 12:32pm
Treasury's NZDMO raises interest rates on its KiwiBond and Earthquake bonds as domestic wholesale rates rise
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4 Nov 13, 5:28pm
The Treasury looks at how other countries are dealing with the large debt they built up in the GFC, and how New Zealand compares
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14 Jul 13, 9:19am
Neither economic growth, migration or even the tooth fairy are going to blunt the eventual impact of our ageing society, says Bernard Hickey
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4 Feb 13, 5:09pm
The Treasury takes a refreshed look at the nature of our external debt and its components
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18 Nov 12, 10:05am
Bernard Hickey looks in envy at the intellectual energy and creativity in policy circles in America and Britain - and wonders why our history in this area hasn't repeated itself here. Your view?
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25 Aug 11, 10:36am
Opinion: Rodney Dickens finds economists consistently over-estimated growth, housing consents and interest rates over the last year
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20 Apr 11, 4:09pm
Taxpayers to remain on the hook for billions of dollars worth of bank wholesale debt until 2014
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