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John Maynard Keynes

Nikko AM NZ's George Carter argues ensuring your KiwiSaver portfolio is well diversified in a way that suits your investment goals should be integral to your investment considerations
8th Dec 20, 12:58pm
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Nikko AM NZ's George Carter argues ensuring your KiwiSaver portfolio is well diversified in a way that suits your investment goals should be integral to your investment considerations
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
Chris Trotter looks to the 1930s for lessons on how to dig today's world out of a Covid-19 economic crisis and finds that supporting what works, rather than what was supposed to work, is the way to go
14th Apr 20, 8:00am
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Chris Trotter looks to the 1930s for lessons on how to dig today's world out of a Covid-19 economic crisis and finds that supporting what works, rather than what was supposed to work, is the way to go
Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
9th Sep 19, 9:49am
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Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
25th Jul 19, 10:22am
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Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
Chris Trotter suggests that given socialism has begun to matter in the USA, it will very soon matter everywhere else too
11th Feb 19, 10:15am
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Chris Trotter suggests that given socialism has begun to matter in the USA, it will very soon matter everywhere else too
With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
15th Jan 17, 9:58am
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With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
Keynes ruled for 40 years. Then, a counterrevolution took hold, reflecting sharp criticism of his fiscal activism. After another 40 years, Keynes’ key idea is back, and Japan, for one, desperately needs to take it on board
29th Dec 16, 2:24pm
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Keynes ruled for 40 years. Then, a counterrevolution took hold, reflecting sharp criticism of his fiscal activism. After another 40 years, Keynes’ key idea is back, and Japan, for one, desperately needs to take it on board
John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
16th Sep 16, 10:59am
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John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
John Mauldin probes how central banks' negative interest rate policies are hurting the global economy
1st Sep 16, 5:03am
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John Mauldin probes how central banks' negative interest rate policies are hurting the global economy
John Mauldin skewers the IMF and its inability to tackle international financial system challenges, and sees its failings as emblematic of wider issues with supranational organisations
16th Aug 16, 2:51pm
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John Mauldin skewers the IMF and its inability to tackle international financial system challenges, and sees its failings as emblematic of wider issues with supranational organisations
Secretary to the Treasury Gabriel Makhlouf says economists must keep up with the play with an open mind, and learn from the past
5th Nov 14, 10:12am
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Secretary to the Treasury Gabriel Makhlouf says economists must keep up with the play with an open mind, and learn from the past
IMF's Christine Lagarde calls for a rekindling of the Bretton Woods spirit & a financial system that serves the productive economy rather than itself
4th Feb 14, 2:23pm
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IMF's Christine Lagarde calls for a rekindling of the Bretton Woods spirit & a financial system that serves the productive economy rather than itself
Daily briefing for Wednesday, January 19, 2011; Gold; secrets; junk bonds; sections
19th Jan 11, 7:05am
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Daily briefing for Wednesday, January 19, 2011; Gold; secrets; junk bonds; sections