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Michael Reddell

Dipping our toes into the podcasting world, interest.co.nz probes whether it would be possible and desirable for the government and Reserve Bank to deliberately reduce house prices
10th Oct 21, 6:00am
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Dipping our toes into the podcasting world, interest.co.nz probes whether it would be possible and desirable for the government and Reserve Bank to deliberately reduce house prices
Questions raised over whether there's a case for the RBNZ to protect first-home buyers from themselves in the name of keeping the financial system as a whole stable
15th Sep 21, 4:15pm
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Questions raised over whether there's a case for the RBNZ to protect first-home buyers from themselves in the name of keeping the financial system as a whole stable
Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
20th Jul 21, 10:40am
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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
Those from within the banking world don't see problems with the RBNZ having to keep buying bonds on the back of its LSAP programme; But an academic worries NZ's headed for a train wreck
6th Jun 21, 6:01am
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Those from within the banking world don't see problems with the RBNZ having to keep buying bonds on the back of its LSAP programme; But an academic worries NZ's headed for a train wreck
Sallies call for RBNZ to provide banks with guidance to help curb risk-aversion when it comes to lending against housing with alternative tenures such as progressive & co-ownership
10th Dec 20, 4:45pm
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Sallies call for RBNZ to provide banks with guidance to help curb risk-aversion when it comes to lending against housing with alternative tenures such as progressive & co-ownership
How National's call for $28 billion of newly-printed money to go into productive assets is cornering Labour politically, and sparking necessary debate over RBNZ independence
17th Nov 20, 6:19pm
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How National's call for $28 billion of newly-printed money to go into productive assets is cornering Labour politically, and sparking necessary debate over RBNZ independence
Michael Reddell shows that most of our economic growth is coming from our non-tradables sector as we increasingly shy away from international competition
18th Jan 20, 9:17am
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Michael Reddell shows that most of our economic growth is coming from our non-tradables sector as we increasingly shy away from international competition
Michael Reddell on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
16th Sep 19, 1:18pm
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Michael Reddell on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
Reserve Bank Board and Finance Minister's decision to rule out specialist researchers from joining committee tasked with setting the Official Cash Rate dubbed 'utterly extraordinary' and at odds with the international norm
1st Aug 19, 3:06pm
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Reserve Bank Board and Finance Minister's decision to rule out specialist researchers from joining committee tasked with setting the Official Cash Rate dubbed 'utterly extraordinary' and at odds with the international norm
Rodney Dickens explores why our productivity growth is falling, with a special look at migration flows and the new bank capital requirements
24th Mar 19, 12:20pm
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Rodney Dickens explores why our productivity growth is falling, with a special look at migration flows and the new bank capital requirements
Brian Fallow delves into the multifaceted debate around the proposed overhaul of the Reserve Bank's monetary policy framework
3rd Oct 18, 9:24am
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Brian Fallow delves into the multifaceted debate around the proposed overhaul of the Reserve Bank's monetary policy framework
How too many SMEs, cooperatives and immigrants are contributing to NZ's productivity woes
15th Jul 18, 7:51am
by Jason Walls
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How too many SMEs, cooperatives and immigrants are contributing to NZ's productivity woes
National’s Amy Adams is concerned the RBNZ’s Monetary Policy Committee will allow the Finance Minister to ‘exert political influence’ over the RBNZ
27th Mar 18, 2:33pm
by Jason Walls
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National’s Amy Adams is concerned the RBNZ’s Monetary Policy Committee will allow the Finance Minister to ‘exert political influence’ over the RBNZ
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
I thought this was going to be the housing election but housing affordability has struggled for airtime. Gareth Vaughan is very disappointed about this
22nd Sep 17, 12:16pm
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I thought this was going to be the housing election but housing affordability has struggled for airtime. Gareth Vaughan is very disappointed about this
Michael Reddell offers up his thoughts on the tax and fiscal policy debates of the past few weeks; He discusses the Nordic tax system, deficits vs surpluses, and Labour's Tax Working Group
16th Sep 17, 10:19am
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Michael Reddell offers up his thoughts on the tax and fiscal policy debates of the past few weeks; He discusses the Nordic tax system, deficits vs surpluses, and Labour's Tax Working Group
Former RBNZ economist Michael Reddell reviews Modern Monetary Theory where fiscal policy is the key lever rather than monetary policy; He argues monetary policy is still best for cyclical stabilisation
31st Jul 17, 4:03pm
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Former RBNZ economist Michael Reddell reviews Modern Monetary Theory where fiscal policy is the key lever rather than monetary policy; He argues monetary policy is still best for cyclical stabilisation
Michael Reddell says reshaping our immigration policy would end Auckland house price inflation, lower our interest rates, and drop our exchange rate. And he says it would raise average incomes
6th Aug 16, 9:39am
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Michael Reddell says reshaping our immigration policy would end Auckland house price inflation, lower our interest rates, and drop our exchange rate. And he says it would raise average incomes
RBNZ to discontinue embargoed release of OCR decisions after Newshub MediaWorks journalist was found to have leaked details of the last decision ahead of release time
14th Apr 16, 2:18pm
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RBNZ to discontinue embargoed release of OCR decisions after Newshub MediaWorks journalist was found to have leaked details of the last decision ahead of release time
An overview of the functions of money, and how money and credit are created in the NZ economy, examining the roles of the Reserve Bank and private sector banks
14th Aug 15, 5:00am
by admin
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An overview of the functions of money, and how money and credit are created in the NZ economy, examining the roles of the Reserve Bank and private sector banks
Michael Reddell argues sky high house prices & plummeting affordability are what happens when land use restrictions run head-on into population pressures
12th Aug 15, 12:12pm
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Michael Reddell argues sky high house prices & plummeting affordability are what happens when land use restrictions run head-on into population pressures
Kirdan Lees on the benefits of Seattle, Klippa - Swedish for cut, art vs science, Latin America's hangover, millennials & baby boomers, it isn't 1987, the UK election, Dilbert & more
15th May 15, 10:13am
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Kirdan Lees on the benefits of Seattle, Klippa - Swedish for cut, art vs science, Latin America's hangover, millennials & baby boomers, it isn't 1987, the UK election, Dilbert & more
BusinessDesk: Property boom’s link to consumer spending not as close as thought, RBNZ says
15th Dec 11, 4:24pm
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BusinessDesk: Property boom’s link to consumer spending not as close as thought, RBNZ says