Economy

3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
by Guest
Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
1st Jul 20, 11:20am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says airlines and travel, the sharing economy and commercial real estate may never be the same thanks to COVID-19
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says airlines and travel, the sharing economy and commercial real estate may never be the same thanks to COVID-19
1st Jul 20, 11:20am
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
30th Jun 20, 10:20am
HSBC economist Paul Bloxham suggests the New Zealand economy is heading for a 'V-shaped bounce back' while Australia faces a 'U-shaped economic recovery'
HSBC economist Paul Bloxham suggests the New Zealand economy is heading for a 'V-shaped bounce back' while Australia faces a 'U-shaped economic recovery'
30th Jun 20, 10:20am
29th Jun 20, 8:48am
Roger J Kerr says drawing an artificial line in the sand at a particular price level in the world of currencies is ultimately an ineffective strategy for anyone, including the Reserve Bank
Roger J Kerr says drawing an artificial line in the sand at a particular price level in the world of currencies is ultimately an ineffective strategy for anyone, including the Reserve Bank
29th Jun 20, 8:48am
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
25th Jun 20, 10:29am
An obtusely-worded update from NZ's only fuel refiner appears to indicate the company is favouring a previously signalled option to become solely a fuel importer
An obtusely-worded update from NZ's only fuel refiner appears to indicate the company is favouring a previously signalled option to become solely a fuel importer
25th Jun 20, 10:29am
25th Jun 20, 9:37am
The Bank for International Settlements reports that contactless payments have surged globally since the onset of Covid-19, but precautionary holdings of cash have risen as well
The Bank for International Settlements reports that contactless payments have surged globally since the onset of Covid-19, but precautionary holdings of cash have risen as well
25th Jun 20, 9:37am
23rd Jun 20, 11:45am
Fonterra says it is changing the way it will reward farmers for sustainable practices and now intends to offer an extra cash payment of up to 10c per kilogram of milk solids
Fonterra says it is changing the way it will reward farmers for sustainable practices and now intends to offer an extra cash payment of up to 10c per kilogram of milk solids
23rd Jun 20, 11:45am
22nd Jun 20, 8:49am
Roger J Kerr worried that weak border controls undermine foreign investment attractiveness advantages COVID-free might have given us. He also sees opportunity in upcoming RBNZ predictable messaging
Roger J Kerr worried that weak border controls undermine foreign investment attractiveness advantages COVID-free might have given us. He also sees opportunity in upcoming RBNZ predictable messaging
22nd Jun 20, 8:49am
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
19th Jun 20, 10:00am
Tom Coupe on going to pot, dark dealing in PPE, knowledge at a premium, making some noise and making fast cash by ordering pizza from yourself
Tom Coupe on going to pot, dark dealing in PPE, knowledge at a premium, making some noise and making fast cash by ordering pizza from yourself
19th Jun 20, 10:00am
18th Jun 20, 10:57am
Statistics New Zealand says there was a 'widespread drop in economic activity' in the March quarter; the fall was bigger than economists' estimates; worse is to come in the June quarter
Statistics New Zealand says there was a 'widespread drop in economic activity' in the March quarter; the fall was bigger than economists' estimates; worse is to come in the June quarter
18th Jun 20, 10:57am
18th Jun 20, 9:43am
Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
18th Jun 20, 9:43am
18th Jun 20, 9:18am
Gareth Vaughan on Michael Cullen's key moment in our history, how Asia's densest slum chased the virus, Hertz the pandemic zombie, airport ghost towns & could the US be headed for civil war?
Gareth Vaughan on Michael Cullen's key moment in our history, how Asia's densest slum chased the virus, Hertz the pandemic zombie, airport ghost towns & could the US be headed for civil war?
18th Jun 20, 9:18am
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
16th Jun 20, 2:50pm
David Hargreaves says relying on the old standbys of running a tight fiscal ship while pumping migrants into the country is no way forward - we need governments with ideas and a real plan
David Hargreaves says relying on the old standbys of running a tight fiscal ship while pumping migrants into the country is no way forward - we need governments with ideas and a real plan
16th Jun 20, 2:50pm
16th Jun 20, 10:27am
ANZ economists see the burden for our economic recovery being put on domestic stimulus and productivity
ANZ economists see the burden for our economic recovery being put on domestic stimulus and productivity
16th Jun 20, 10:27am
15th Jun 20, 11:11am
GDP figures out this week for the March quarter will show a fall in economic activity - but this will just be a taste of what is to come in the June quarter
GDP figures out this week for the March quarter will show a fall in economic activity - but this will just be a taste of what is to come in the June quarter
15th Jun 20, 11:11am

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