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Raf Manji

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
Gareth Vaughan looks at a rare occurrence of the National Party and the E tū union being on the same side against the Labour government, and why we should reframe the discussion on government spending
14th Mar 21, 6:01am
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Gareth Vaughan looks at a rare occurrence of the National Party and the E tū union being on the same side against the Labour government, and why we should reframe the discussion on government spending
Will the GameStop saga change the way markets operate? NZ's financial markets watchdog thinks it could; Traders and market watchers consider where to from here
5th Feb 21, 8:00am
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Will the GameStop saga change the way markets operate? NZ's financial markets watchdog thinks it could; Traders and market watchers consider where to from here
Gareth Vaughan strives to spark a 21st century conversation on government debt, urging our politicians to leave the ghost of Rob Muldoon behind and focus on the real challenges New Zealand faces today
6th Oct 20, 11:56am
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Gareth Vaughan strives to spark a 21st century conversation on government debt, urging our politicians to leave the ghost of Rob Muldoon behind and focus on the real challenges New Zealand faces today
Those both pro and anti the way the RBNZ has done its QE programme acknowledge it had no choice but to intervene to calm the bond market back in March
13th Sep 20, 6:02am
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Those both pro and anti the way the RBNZ has done its QE programme acknowledge it had no choice but to intervene to calm the bond market back in March
Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
29th May 20, 1:42pm
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Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
3rd May 20, 6:31am
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Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
Finance Minister and RBNZ unwilling at this stage to link up directly to fund the fallout from COVID-19
31st Mar 20, 5:38pm
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Finance Minister and RBNZ unwilling at this stage to link up directly to fund the fallout from COVID-19
'Monetary dialysis' has proven to be much more effective in re-starting economies than traditional debt financing, and it's non-inflationary, says Raf Manji. You agree?
4th Jun 12, 11:14am
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'Monetary dialysis' has proven to be much more effective in re-starting economies than traditional debt financing, and it's non-inflationary, says Raf Manji. You agree?