Economic growth

16th Jan 18, 10:42am
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NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
16th Jan 18, 10:42am
15th Jan 18, 1:57pm
ANZ economists on why they have some optimism productivity growth will pick up - albeit not enough to offset a slow-down in population growth  
ANZ economists on why they have some optimism productivity growth will pick up - albeit not enough to offset a slow-down in population growth  
15th Jan 18, 1:57pm
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21st Dec 17, 10:51am
Statistics NZ says GDP grew 0.6% in September quarter and 3.0% over September year. Quarterly GDP per capita up 0.2%, Earlier than expected OCR hikes?
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Statistics NZ says GDP grew 0.6% in September quarter and 3.0% over September year. Quarterly GDP per capita up 0.2%, Earlier than expected OCR hikes?
21st Dec 17, 10:51am
15th Dec 17, 7:10am
Government questioned on incongruency between Treasury's rosy economic outlook and Winston Peters' warning of a looming crash; Bank economists say Treasury's projections are ‘somewhat of a best-case scenario’
Government questioned on incongruency between Treasury's rosy economic outlook and Winston Peters' warning of a looming crash; Bank economists say Treasury's projections are ‘somewhat of a best-case scenario’
15th Dec 17, 7:10am
6th Dec 17, 10:16am
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Patrick Watson argues that much like the War on Drugs gave the US more drugs, the country's 'War on Slow Growth' might give it even slower economic growth
Patrick Watson argues that much like the War on Drugs gave the US more drugs, the country's 'War on Slow Growth' might give it even slower economic growth
6th Dec 17, 10:16am
14th Jul 17, 8:19am
A property market slowdown mixed with rising interest rates is a cocktail that'll become lethal if the next government clamps down on migration, says Infometrics
A property market slowdown mixed with rising interest rates is a cocktail that'll become lethal if the next government clamps down on migration, says Infometrics
14th Jul 17, 8:19am
19th Jun 17, 1:56pm
Cameron Preston goes looking for magician's sleight of hand in the Government's latest Budget
Cameron Preston goes looking for magician's sleight of hand in the Government's latest Budget
19th Jun 17, 1:56pm
29th May 17, 10:52am
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The NZ Initiative's Bryce Wilkinson says Steven Joyce's Budget falls short of what's required, but is vastly better than many other election-year budgets from the last two decades
The NZ Initiative's Bryce Wilkinson says Steven Joyce's Budget falls short of what's required, but is vastly better than many other election-year budgets from the last two decades
29th May 17, 10:52am
26th May 17, 5:14pm
Prime Minister Bill English admits wage growth isn't 'hot'; Says businesses need to increase pay significantly before complaining about skills shortages
Prime Minister Bill English admits wage growth isn't 'hot'; Says businesses need to increase pay significantly before complaining about skills shortages
26th May 17, 5:14pm
22nd May 17, 7:34am
With Steven Joyce set to present his first Budget this week, Brian Fallow looks at some of the Finance Minister's options given the cyclical tailwind at his back and the looming election
With Steven Joyce set to present his first Budget this week, Brian Fallow looks at some of the Finance Minister's options given the cyclical tailwind at his back and the looming election
22nd May 17, 7:34am
14th May 17, 7:57am
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Jim Bolger, PM in the 1990s, reflects on the 'failure' of neo-liberalism, inequality and race relations in the third part of RNZ's 9th Floor series
Jim Bolger, PM in the 1990s, reflects on the 'failure' of neo-liberalism, inequality and race relations in the third part of RNZ's 9th Floor series
14th May 17, 7:57am
6th Apr 17, 2:21pm
John Mauldin takes a look at some data on retirement savings – or lack thereof
John Mauldin takes a look at some data on retirement savings – or lack thereof
6th Apr 17, 2:21pm
1st Apr 17, 6:02am
John Mauldin writes about the invisible crisis and a book he says everyone holding public office above the level of dogcatcher should read
John Mauldin writes about the invisible crisis and a book he says everyone holding public office above the level of dogcatcher should read
1st Apr 17, 6:02am
13th Mar 17, 12:19pm
NZIER's latest consensus forecasts show that high building construction and funding costs are expected to see annual growth in residential construction investment to fall from 13.9% to 0.4% in 2020
NZIER's latest consensus forecasts show that high building construction and funding costs are expected to see annual growth in residential construction investment to fall from 13.9% to 0.4% in 2020
13th Mar 17, 12:19pm
4th Feb 17, 11:11am
Infometrics' Gareth Kiernan sees rising mortgage interest rates along with political uncertainty to "derail New Zealand's growth train"
Infometrics' Gareth Kiernan sees rising mortgage interest rates along with political uncertainty to "derail New Zealand's growth train"
4th Feb 17, 11:11am
20th Jan 17, 11:27am
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Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party says we must protect and enhance our natural environment both because we love it, and because it makes good business sense 
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party says we must protect and enhance our natural environment both because we love it, and because it makes good business sense 
20th Jan 17, 11:27am
10th Dec 16, 8:20am
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Paul Glass argues New Zealand should target a desired rate of population so we can plan for the necessary infrastructure and housing required rather than trying to play catch up
Paul Glass argues New Zealand should target a desired rate of population so we can plan for the necessary infrastructure and housing required rather than trying to play catch up
10th Dec 16, 8:20am
29th Nov 16, 1:56pm
Treasury secretary Gabriel Makhlouf argues if 'mood of uncertainty' about the value of globalisation & free trade spreads this would be a big risk to NZ’s living standards
Treasury secretary Gabriel Makhlouf argues if 'mood of uncertainty' about the value of globalisation & free trade spreads this would be a big risk to NZ’s living standards
29th Nov 16, 1:56pm
1st Nov 16, 5:02am
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A look at how Treasury is assessing our economy as it prepares for its half year economic and fiscal update in December
A look at how Treasury is assessing our economy as it prepares for its half year economic and fiscal update in December
1st Nov 16, 5:02am
13th Jun 16, 9:42am
What lies beyond the millions of dollars of fees we're collecting from international students
What lies beyond the millions of dollars of fees we're collecting from international students
13th Jun 16, 9:42am

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