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What NZ's deposit insurance regime will look like and what it'll mean for depositors, international financial regulatory consultant Geof Mortlock explains
11th Aug 22, 12:00pm
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What NZ's deposit insurance regime will look like and what it'll mean for depositors, international financial regulatory consultant Geof Mortlock explains
TOP Leader Raf Manji says an inquiry into the RBNZ's Covid-19 response could help establish a blueprint for managing future crises
7th Aug 22, 6:00am
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TOP Leader Raf Manji says an inquiry into the RBNZ's Covid-19 response could help establish a blueprint for managing future crises
Government to mull how NZ meets the costs of climate adaptation and invests in resilience, getting advice on flood insurance options
4th Aug 22, 11:35am
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Government to mull how NZ meets the costs of climate adaptation and invests in resilience, getting advice on flood insurance options
There are still substantial interest rate advantages in holding New Zealand term deposits, compared to the 'safety' advantages of holding Australian term deposits. But Australian rates may be our future
29th Jul 22, 6:42am
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There are still substantial interest rate advantages in holding New Zealand term deposits, compared to the 'safety' advantages of holding Australian term deposits. But Australian rates may be our future
Economist Brian Easton says the ongoing decline in market income inequality stopped in the 1980s. Since then it has been stable, while 1990 public policy actively increased disposable income inequality
18th Jul 22, 8:32am
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Economist Brian Easton says the ongoing decline in market income inequality stopped in the 1980s. Since then it has been stable, while 1990 public policy actively increased disposable income inequality
Economist Brian Easton says we cannot be sure if we are facing secular stagnation, but the answer matters - even in the short term
11th Jul 22, 8:32am
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Economist Brian Easton says we cannot be sure if we are facing secular stagnation, but the answer matters - even in the short term
Economist Brian Easton says behavioural economics challenges our assumptions about the relevance of rational economic man
4th Jul 22, 9:01am
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Economist Brian Easton says behavioural economics challenges our assumptions about the relevance of rational economic man
Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
27th Jun 22, 8:46am
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Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
Economist Brian Easton says the outlook does not look that promising
20th Jun 22, 8:53am
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Economist Brian Easton says the outlook does not look that promising
Reserve Bank outlines sale process for the bonds it bought as part of the quantitative easing programme at the start of the pandemic
9th Jun 22, 9:50am
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Reserve Bank outlines sale process for the bonds it bought as part of the quantitative easing programme at the start of the pandemic
Treasury's debt office can issue government bonds in excess of new government debt ceiling
4th May 22, 7:50am
Treasury's debt office can issue government bonds in excess of new government debt ceiling
National says it would only continue contributing to the Super Fund if 'fiscal conditions allow'
27th Apr 22, 10:19am
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National says it would only continue contributing to the Super Fund if 'fiscal conditions allow'
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
CTU economist questions how government spending is supposedly lifting prices when countries that have spent less than NZ are also experiencing high inflation
20th Apr 22, 12:47pm
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CTU economist questions how government spending is supposedly lifting prices when countries that have spent less than NZ are also experiencing high inflation
Jen​ée Tibshraeny on how the evolving relationship between the government and Reserve Bank will affect policymaking
8th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Jen​ée Tibshraeny on how the evolving relationship between the government and Reserve Bank will affect policymaking
Robertson: $5 billion bill for Reserve Bank's bond-buying programme the product of a risk deemed 'worth taking' in 2020
30th Mar 22, 7:44am
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Robertson: $5 billion bill for Reserve Bank's bond-buying programme the product of a risk deemed 'worth taking' in 2020
Policymakers at numbers 1 and 2 The Terrace to work more closely together, as Treasury will from July officially start monitoring the Reserve Bank
28th Mar 22, 10:30am
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Policymakers at numbers 1 and 2 The Terrace to work more closely together, as Treasury will from July officially start monitoring the Reserve Bank
Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
22nd Mar 22, 4:53pm
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Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
Government reacted to high petrol prices like it did to Covid, side-stepping usual processes to rush through a temporary tax cut
18th Mar 22, 5:16pm
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Government reacted to high petrol prices like it did to Covid, side-stepping usual processes to rush through a temporary tax cut
Chris Leitch argues the RBNZ's $53 billion government bond buying programme has proven to be nonsensical madness favouring commercial banks over taxpayers
8th Mar 22, 11:25am
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Chris Leitch argues the RBNZ's $53 billion government bond buying programme has proven to be nonsensical madness favouring commercial banks over taxpayers
Treasury will likely need to borrow more to help the Reserve Bank reduce the size of its bond holdings. This could put upward pressure on interest rates
23rd Feb 22, 8:16pm
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Treasury will likely need to borrow more to help the Reserve Bank reduce the size of its bond holdings. This could put upward pressure on interest rates
Treasury 'meaningfully' revamps house price forecast methodology, putting more weight on the impact of interest rates
16th Feb 22, 4:31pm
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Treasury 'meaningfully' revamps house price forecast methodology, putting more weight on the impact of interest rates
Government will probably have to issue more debt than planned to help the Reserve Bank downsize its $54 billion bond portfolio - BNZ strategist
7th Feb 22, 7:30am
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Government will probably have to issue more debt than planned to help the Reserve Bank downsize its $54 billion bond portfolio - BNZ strategist
Economists worry government faces 'tough gig' supporting the economy and plugging the infrastructure deficit without exacerbating inflation
21st Dec 21, 11:30am
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Economists worry government faces 'tough gig' supporting the economy and plugging the infrastructure deficit without exacerbating inflation
Treasury has announced it's having a major review of its macroeconomic policy framework. Brian Easton sees 'old framework' approaches hampering that review
20th Dec 21, 9:55am
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Treasury has announced it's having a major review of its macroeconomic policy framework. Brian Easton sees 'old framework' approaches hampering that review