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Cameron Bagrie

Economists critical of Government's decision to temporarily cut fuel taxes and halve public transport fares, calling the move a 'short-term band aid'
17th Mar 22, 3:42pm
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Economists critical of Government's decision to temporarily cut fuel taxes and halve public transport fares, calling the move a 'short-term band aid'
Economists expect the RBNZ to respond to government pressure over house prices by restricting bank lending; Financial markets now see lower odds of a negative OCR in 2021
25th Nov 20, 6:58am
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Economists expect the RBNZ to respond to government pressure over house prices by restricting bank lending; Financial markets now see lower odds of a negative OCR in 2021
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
5th May 20, 4:53pm
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Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr puts onus on the Government to be at the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, saying monetary policy will play a "support role"
10th Mar 20, 6:04pm
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RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr puts onus on the Government to be at the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, saying monetary policy will play a "support role"
ANZ economists see the RBNZ swooping in to stimulate the economy by cutting interest rates this month and then again in May, as the risk of a recession looms; Other bank economists call for calm and more targeted govt spending
2nd Mar 20, 10:32am
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ANZ economists see the RBNZ swooping in to stimulate the economy by cutting interest rates this month and then again in May, as the risk of a recession looms; Other bank economists call for calm and more targeted govt spending
Government plans to bring forward infrastructure spend unlikely to see funding allocated to major roading projects unless new project commitments are made
3rd Dec 19, 6:30am
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Government plans to bring forward infrastructure spend unlikely to see funding allocated to major roading projects unless new project commitments are made
Stanley Group and Tallwood Holdings in liquidation after under-pricing a Housing New Zealand project in Auckland, liquidator says
13th Sep 19, 12:10pm
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Stanley Group and Tallwood Holdings in liquidation after under-pricing a Housing New Zealand project in Auckland, liquidator says
Former ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie says too much blame is being put on the Reserve Bank for issues the dairy sector was always going to face regardless of whether bank capital rules were reviewed 
10th Jul 19, 9:40am
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Former ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie says too much blame is being put on the Reserve Bank for issues the dairy sector was always going to face regardless of whether bank capital rules were reviewed 
Economists are concerned that Treasury hasn't incorporated recent slowing economic conditions in its forecasts and this could see the Government get into trouble in future years with its spending plans
30th May 19, 2:58pm
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Economists are concerned that Treasury hasn't incorporated recent slowing economic conditions in its forecasts and this could see the Government get into trouble in future years with its spending plans
ANZ's chief economist Sharon Zollner and her predecessor Cameron Bagrie hit back at criticism of the bank's Business Outlook Survey from Rodney Dickens
4th Apr 19, 11:01am
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ANZ's chief economist Sharon Zollner and her predecessor Cameron Bagrie hit back at criticism of the bank's Business Outlook Survey from Rodney Dickens
Rodney Dickens argues the ANZ business survey is a political toy for some respondents & ANZ uses misleading charts to try and make the survey look relevant
3rd Apr 19, 1:31pm
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Rodney Dickens argues the ANZ business survey is a political toy for some respondents & ANZ uses misleading charts to try and make the survey look relevant
How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
29th Mar 19, 9:20am
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How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
Non-residential construction shows strong growth in Auckland despite recent high-profile failures 
8th Mar 19, 2:06pm
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Non-residential construction shows strong growth in Auckland despite recent high-profile failures 
Local government grappling with construction sector challenges
8th Mar 19, 9:43am
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Local government grappling with construction sector challenges
National says the blame for yet another drop in business confidence figures can be placed squarely at the feet of the Government – but the Finance Minister appears undeterred
31st Jul 18, 2:53pm
by Jason Walls
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National says the blame for yet another drop in business confidence figures can be placed squarely at the feet of the Government – but the Finance Minister appears undeterred
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’
1st Jun 18, 7:38am
by Jason Walls
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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’
The Government’s commitment to reducing net debt to 20% of GDP by 2021/22 has again come under fire this week – is the issue that it’s debt target is a bit too specific?
15th Apr 18, 8:07am
by Jason Walls
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The Government’s commitment to reducing net debt to 20% of GDP by 2021/22 has again come under fire this week – is the issue that it’s debt target is a bit too specific?
One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
12th Apr 18, 7:41am
by Jason Walls
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One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
A new RBNZ Policy Targets Agreement is due before Adrian Orr takes the RBNZ’s top job on March 27. What it will say is the subject of much debate
18th Mar 18, 7:07am
by Jason Walls
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A new RBNZ Policy Targets Agreement is due before Adrian Orr takes the RBNZ’s top job on March 27. What it will say is the subject of much debate
Cameron Bagrie, former ANZ chief economist, now heads Bagrie Economics – Interest.co.nz picks his brain on why he made the change, and some of the big economic issues facing NZ
17th Feb 18, 9:02am
by Jason Walls
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Cameron Bagrie, former ANZ chief economist, now heads Bagrie Economics – Interest.co.nz picks his brain on why he made the change, and some of the big economic issues facing NZ
Senior economist Sharon Zollner succeeding Cameron Bagrie as ANZ's New Zealand chief economist
27th Nov 17, 10:50am
Senior economist Sharon Zollner succeeding Cameron Bagrie as ANZ's New Zealand chief economist
ANZ's Cameron Bagrie suggests the RBNZ may start easing its LVR restrictions from mid-2018, sees concerns for residential property developers & competition for deposits easing
29th Sep 17, 10:02am
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ANZ's Cameron Bagrie suggests the RBNZ may start easing its LVR restrictions from mid-2018, sees concerns for residential property developers & competition for deposits easing
GDP grows bang in line with market expectations; per capita GDP grows 0.3% in the quarter; construction activity shrinks again
21st Sep 17, 11:06am
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GDP grows bang in line with market expectations; per capita GDP grows 0.3% in the quarter; construction activity shrinks again
National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
20th Sep 17, 9:11am
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National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
What will the RBNZ do and say in Governor Graeme Wheeler's swansong OCR review and Monetary Policy Statement?
7th Aug 17, 8:11am
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What will the RBNZ do and say in Governor Graeme Wheeler's swansong OCR review and Monetary Policy Statement?