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Ben Bernanke

The 2008 financial crisis was not the result only of moral hazard; nor was it unforeseeable. While banks believed they would be bailed out, consumers, rating agencies, and policymakers all bet on housing as well, destabilising the system
29th Sep 18, 9:09am
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The 2008 financial crisis was not the result only of moral hazard; nor was it unforeseeable. While banks believed they would be bailed out, consumers, rating agencies, and policymakers all bet on housing as well, destabilising the system
Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
31st Jul 18, 9:01am
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Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on the Top 10 risks to the Kiwi economy; weak income growth, trade war, agriculture risks, the Springbok induced 2008 global financial crisis & more
1st Jun 18, 10:00am
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Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on the Top 10 risks to the Kiwi economy; weak income growth, trade war, agriculture risks, the Springbok induced 2008 global financial crisis & more
John Mauldin argues the global central bank community’s policies have created an environment of risk that is looking more and more like a bubble in search of a pin
11th Oct 16, 11:46am
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John Mauldin argues the global central bank community’s policies have created an environment of risk that is looking more and more like a bubble in search of a pin
John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
17th Sep 16, 6:02am
by Guest
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John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
Koichi Hamada believes that the benefits of so-called helicopter money are not worth the risks
30th Apr 16, 11:21am
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Koichi Hamada believes that the benefits of so-called helicopter money are not worth the risks
Oliver Hartwich on Greek WW2 reparation demands, house & house nots, blogging Ben Bernanke, the great stagnation, is one woman enough? Dilbert & more
10th Apr 15, 10:26am
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Oliver Hartwich on Greek WW2 reparation demands, house & house nots, blogging Ben Bernanke, the great stagnation, is one woman enough? Dilbert & more
Friday's Top 10: Graeme Wheeler's message for Labour and the Greens, Dr Doom, Bernanke awkward in a suit, technology drives US reindustrialisation
7th Feb 14, 10:30am
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Friday's Top 10: Graeme Wheeler's message for Labour and the Greens, Dr Doom, Bernanke awkward in a suit, technology drives US reindustrialisation
Never a dull moment for the NZ$; Dan Bell says 'behind the curve' Fed should, but won't, start tapering its money printing this month
9th Dec 13, 2:31pm
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Never a dull moment for the NZ$; Dan Bell says 'behind the curve' Fed should, but won't, start tapering its money printing this month
Christian Hawkesby says incoming Fed chairman Janet Yellen has the best economic forecasting record since the GFC among voting FOMC members
3rd Dec 13, 4:01pm
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Christian Hawkesby says incoming Fed chairman Janet Yellen has the best economic forecasting record since the GFC among voting FOMC members
Opinion: David Chaston says no-one understands gold; those that say they do, understand it the least
8th Oct 13, 4:45pm
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Opinion: David Chaston says no-one understands gold; those that say they do, understand it the least
Roger J Kerr on 'bloody good news for NZ,', US non-farm payrolls & the likely currency impact of next week's expected RBA rate cut
2nd Aug 13, 12:50pm
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Roger J Kerr on 'bloody good news for NZ,', US non-farm payrolls & the likely currency impact of next week's expected RBA rate cut
Craig Simpson assesses recent changes in bond markets and notes many funds here and offshore no longer offer automatic price gains; yields start to rise
10th Jun 13, 2:20pm
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Craig Simpson assesses recent changes in bond markets and notes many funds here and offshore no longer offer automatic price gains; yields start to rise
Graeme Wheeler's 'quite effective' currency intervention, Kiwi dollar strength against the Aussie, and when will the Fed start draining its punch bowl?
31st May 13, 4:28pm
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Graeme Wheeler's 'quite effective' currency intervention, Kiwi dollar strength against the Aussie, and when will the Fed start draining its punch bowl?
HiFX's Dan Bell looks at when and how the US Fed might turn the tap off on its massive money printing stimulus programme
28th Mar 13, 4:17pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell looks at when and how the US Fed might turn the tap off on its massive money printing stimulus programme
HiFX's Dan Bell takes a look at the correlation between the NZ dollar and gold price and the potential for US money printing to end
1st Mar 13, 11:38am
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HiFX's Dan Bell takes a look at the correlation between the NZ dollar and gold price and the potential for US money printing to end
HiFX's Dan Bell on what it might take for the RBNZ to intervene in the currency markets, how the fiscal cliff might be good for NZ exporters, and growing current account deficit concerns
14th Dec 12, 5:03pm
HiFX's Dan Bell on what it might take for the RBNZ to intervene in the currency markets, how the fiscal cliff might be good for NZ exporters, and growing current account deficit concerns
Matt Nolan finds that early mistakes by the US Fed allowed the global financial crisis to take hold, but it is the ECB's timidity that is causing it to drag on and on. Your view?
27th Nov 12, 10:59am
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Matt Nolan finds that early mistakes by the US Fed allowed the global financial crisis to take hold, but it is the ECB's timidity that is causing it to drag on and on. Your view?
HiFX's Dan Bell looks at US fiscal cliff doomsday and best case scenarios and the NZ dollar's declining volatility
23rd Nov 12, 4:29pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell looks at US fiscal cliff doomsday and best case scenarios and the NZ dollar's declining volatility
Aussie negativity and the weaker AUD has been the real driver of the lower NZD; eyes now turn to the US Fed
4th Sep 12, 8:28am
Aussie negativity and the weaker AUD has been the real driver of the lower NZD; eyes now turn to the US Fed
Conflicting signals from data overload means high event risk and volatility
3rd Sep 12, 8:41am
Conflicting signals from data overload means high event risk and volatility
Bernanke's downbeat comments for US employment prospects pushes gold prices higher on QE expectations
2nd Sep 12, 9:44am
Bernanke's downbeat comments for US employment prospects pushes gold prices higher on QE expectations
Why Bernanke sees a bright future for kids; Slim Thug's personal finance epiphany; Earning, Spending, and Saving; Lessons from $100 start-ups; Growing from stupidity
9th Aug 12, 10:40am
by Amanda Morrall
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Why Bernanke sees a bright future for kids; Slim Thug's personal finance epiphany; Earning, Spending, and Saving; Lessons from $100 start-ups; Growing from stupidity
Inflation pressures are coming; Bollard better not throw replacement Wheeler a hospital pass like Greenspan gave Bernanke, BNZ economist says
11th Jul 12, 8:52am
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Inflation pressures are coming; Bollard better not throw replacement Wheeler a hospital pass like Greenspan gave Bernanke, BNZ economist says
PM Key to meet Bank of England Governor King, British PM David Cameron, German Chancellor Merkel to talk EU crisis
29th May 12, 9:39am
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PM Key to meet Bank of England Governor King, British PM David Cameron, German Chancellor Merkel to talk EU crisis