deleveraging

30th Jun 17, 10:57am
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Yu Yongding says China is confronting the macroeconomic challenge of over-capacity deflation. Curbing excessive government and corporate debt which brought a credit rating downgrade is a second-rank problem deflected by a very high savings rate
Yu Yongding says China is confronting the macroeconomic challenge of over-capacity deflation. Curbing excessive government and corporate debt which brought a credit rating downgrade is a second-rank problem deflected by a very high savings rate
30th Jun 17, 10:57am
25th May 17, 11:30am
John Mauldin argues the entire world is entering 'the Great Reset,' a period of enormous and unpredictable volatility in all asset classes & what he thinks investors should do about it
John Mauldin argues the entire world is entering 'the Great Reset,' a period of enormous and unpredictable volatility in all asset classes & what he thinks investors should do about it
25th May 17, 11:30am
23rd Nov 16, 8:53am
RBNZ sees 'tentative evidence' of a shift in saving behaviour in Aust & NZ due to pessimism about income growth and 'wealth hit' from the GFC
RBNZ sees 'tentative evidence' of a shift in saving behaviour in Aust & NZ due to pessimism about income growth and 'wealth hit' from the GFC
23rd Nov 16, 8:53am
10th Feb 15, 4:02pm
McKinsey & Co takes an indepth look at possible new approaches to deleveraging, plus managing and monitoring debt in a debt saturated world
McKinsey & Co takes an indepth look at possible new approaches to deleveraging, plus managing and monitoring debt in a debt saturated world
10th Feb 15, 4:02pm
17th Jan 15, 8:00am
John Bolton says it's wise to be prepared for the next financial crisis, whenever and however it comes along
John Bolton says it's wise to be prepared for the next financial crisis, whenever and however it comes along
17th Jan 15, 8:00am
27th Nov 14, 12:01pm
Housing costs are rising faster than household incomes but people are also putting more emphasis on paying down their mortgages
Housing costs are rising faster than household incomes but people are also putting more emphasis on paying down their mortgages
27th Nov 14, 12:01pm
10th Oct 14, 10:01am
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Friday's Top 10: Shamubeel Eaqub on ending corporate welfare, repay or repent, preventing the next GFC, fancy modelling vs common sense, Dilbert and more
Friday's Top 10: Shamubeel Eaqub on ending corporate welfare, repay or repent, preventing the next GFC, fancy modelling vs common sense, Dilbert and more
10th Oct 14, 10:01am
23rd Jun 13, 8:34am
Bernard Hickey calls for tax reform to more heavily tax the incomes and assets of the wealthiest 10% and redistribute that as income to the bottom 90%
Bernard Hickey calls for tax reform to more heavily tax the incomes and assets of the wealthiest 10% and redistribute that as income to the bottom 90%
23rd Jun 13, 8:34am
19th Dec 12, 3:11pm
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Opinion: Ernst and Young outlines 10 key issues facing banks in 2013
Opinion: Ernst and Young outlines 10 key issues facing banks in 2013
19th Dec 12, 3:11pm
20th Nov 12, 4:12pm
Instant Finance lending 'disappointing' this year and below management expectations as it seeks up to NZ$12 mln through redeemable preference share issue
Instant Finance lending 'disappointing' this year and below management expectations as it seeks up to NZ$12 mln through redeemable preference share issue
20th Nov 12, 4:12pm
8th Nov 12, 4:10pm
RBNZ says big banks ought to bolster capital rather than slash new lending in the event of a major economic downturn
RBNZ says big banks ought to bolster capital rather than slash new lending in the event of a major economic downturn
8th Nov 12, 4:10pm
11th Sep 12, 4:17pm
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Westpac economist Felix Delbrück takes a fresh look at our high household debt levels. Your view?
Westpac economist Felix Delbrück takes a fresh look at our high household debt levels. Your view?
11th Sep 12, 4:17pm
2nd Sep 12, 10:05am
Households are slowly de-leveraging, but should our Government go on a spending spree to compensate? Your view?
Households are slowly de-leveraging, but should our Government go on a spending spree to compensate? Your view?
2nd Sep 12, 10:05am
22nd Aug 12, 12:12pm
Kiwibank, BNZ residential mortgage growth in hotly contested June quarter left trailing in ANZ NZ's wake
Kiwibank, BNZ residential mortgage growth in hotly contested June quarter left trailing in ANZ NZ's wake
22nd Aug 12, 12:12pm
17th Aug 12, 10:11am
ANZ group CEO says NZ lending up 1.4% in 9 months to June with deposit growth up 6.9%; Touts retail market share gain
ANZ group CEO says NZ lending up 1.4% in 9 months to June with deposit growth up 6.9%; Touts retail market share gain
17th Aug 12, 10:11am
1st Aug 12, 4:53pm
'Malinvestment means China not growing fast enough to keep NZ, Australia immune from global stagnation, although NZ better placed due to food production'
'Malinvestment means China not growing fast enough to keep NZ, Australia immune from global stagnation, although NZ better placed due to food production'
1st Aug 12, 4:53pm
20th Jul 12, 4:05pm
Mortgage specials with strings attached may be here to stay as banks price home loans based on risk
Mortgage specials with strings attached may be here to stay as banks price home loans based on risk
20th Jul 12, 4:05pm
1st Jun 12, 4:07pm
GE Capital calls time on rural deleveraging, looks to lend money to farmers for equipment like quad bikes; Also targeting govt vehicle fleet management
GE Capital calls time on rural deleveraging, looks to lend money to farmers for equipment like quad bikes; Also targeting govt vehicle fleet management
1st Jun 12, 4:07pm
28th May 12, 4:28pm
ANZ March quarter deposit growth more than double lending growth
ANZ March quarter deposit growth more than double lending growth
28th May 12, 4:28pm
2nd May 12, 10:13am
ANZ posts 13% rise in underlying interim profit to NZ$684 mln, says lending volumes subdued as households and businesses continue deleveraging
ANZ posts 13% rise in underlying interim profit to NZ$684 mln, says lending volumes subdued as households and businesses continue deleveraging
2nd May 12, 10:13am

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