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Gareth Vaughan says of all the recent criticisms of the RBNZ, the hardest one to understand is the charge that it shouldn't take an interest in climate change
2nd Aug 22, 2:48pm
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Gareth Vaughan says of all the recent criticisms of the RBNZ, the hardest one to understand is the charge that it shouldn't take an interest in climate change
Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
28th Jun 22, 1:22pm
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Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
23rd May 22, 8:30am
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A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
6th May 22, 7:35am
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Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
5th May 22, 7:30am
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Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
4th May 22, 7:25am
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Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
3rd May 22, 7:25am
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Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
2nd May 22, 7:24am
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US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
Technology leadership is not enough to control the commanding heights of the global economy; physical flows (energy, commodities, goods) are also central
24th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Technology leadership is not enough to control the commanding heights of the global economy; physical flows (energy, commodities, goods) are also central
Gareth Vaughan on a return to commodity-backed money, crypto & the GFC, Canada's solutions to NZ-style housing problems, a Covid tax for banks, plus Elon Musk and securities laws
9th Apr 22, 9:30am
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Gareth Vaughan on a return to commodity-backed money, crypto & the GFC, Canada's solutions to NZ-style housing problems, a Covid tax for banks, plus Elon Musk and securities laws
John Mauldin says with energy spikes preceding almost every recession in the past 80 years, another one is coming now and it will be global
14th Mar 22, 12:05pm
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John Mauldin says with energy spikes preceding almost every recession in the past 80 years, another one is coming now and it will be global
Macquarie analysts see ANZ as the biggest revenue beneficiary from higher trading and markets income among the major Australasian banks
22nd Apr 21, 10:19am
Macquarie analysts see ANZ as the biggest revenue beneficiary from higher trading and markets income among the major Australasian banks
The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
28th Jan 21, 11:19am
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The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
Alan Bollard argues New Zealand needs to consider whether our economic policies are fit for purpose in a new world, and whether our government should be working in the interest of New Zealand or New Zealanders
11th Sep 19, 11:23am
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Alan Bollard argues New Zealand needs to consider whether our economic policies are fit for purpose in a new world, and whether our government should be working in the interest of New Zealand or New Zealanders
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
16th May 19, 8:29pm
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Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
15th May 19, 5:20pm
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Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
Guy Trafford reviews the big issues in the dairy industry, where the pressures are both here and internationally, and how prices are moving
21st Feb 19, 11:17am
Guy Trafford reviews the big issues in the dairy industry, where the pressures are both here and internationally, and how prices are moving
Guy Trafford finds that innovation in markets we don't have a cultural affinity for is possible, despite Fonterra's China mis-steps - and it will essential to capture better returns for producers
18th Feb 19, 7:44am
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Guy Trafford finds that innovation in markets we don't have a cultural affinity for is possible, despite Fonterra's China mis-steps - and it will essential to capture better returns for producers
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific, including the new NAFTA, the CPTPP, getting back the basics, ASEAN on the rise, India's widening trade deficit, China wants more imports and more
23rd Nov 18, 10:00am
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Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific, including the new NAFTA, the CPTPP, getting back the basics, ASEAN on the rise, India's widening trade deficit, China wants more imports and more
Keith Woodford analyses the meaning of the numbers that lie deep within Fonterra’s accounts
19th Sep 18, 11:21am
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Keith Woodford analyses the meaning of the numbers that lie deep within Fonterra’s accounts
Kiwibank's Jeremy Couchman with a guide to emerging market meltdowns from tequila slammers to Moscow mules via a Venezuelan economic crisis
14th Sep 18, 10:02am
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Kiwibank's Jeremy Couchman with a guide to emerging market meltdowns from tequila slammers to Moscow mules via a Venezuelan economic crisis
Keith Woodford discusses how Fonterra’s governors become information prisoners of management and lack independent market insights
20th Aug 18, 11:49am
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Keith Woodford discusses how Fonterra’s governors become information prisoners of management and lack independent market insights
Kiwi analyst Michael Parker on why real estate in China is now the world's most important asset class
6th Nov 17, 11:58am
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Kiwi analyst Michael Parker on why real estate in China is now the world's most important asset class
Selena Eaqub on the dipping dollar, trade wars, booming stockmarkets, child poverty, Britain's Brexit deals, policy lessons, the not-so-sharing economy and more
10th Mar 17, 9:59am
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Selena Eaqub on the dipping dollar, trade wars, booming stockmarkets, child poverty, Britain's Brexit deals, policy lessons, the not-so-sharing economy and more
Bernard Hickey wonders why NZ Inc decided to borrow NZ$30 bln to bet on a volatile commodity price
13th Mar 16, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey wonders why NZ Inc decided to borrow NZ$30 bln to bet on a volatile commodity price