Economy

10th Jun 19, 2:48pm
ANZ economists say the Reserve Bank should not wait for any potential global crisis before lowering interest rates further if it thinks more cuts are needed
ANZ economists say the Reserve Bank should not wait for any potential global crisis before lowering interest rates further if it thinks more cuts are needed
10th Jun 19, 2:48pm
9th Jun 19, 6:31am
Eric Crampton says Treasury has been haemorrhaging talented economists for years and the budget leaks were just the tip of the iceberg for a department in crisis
Eric Crampton says Treasury has been haemorrhaging talented economists for years and the budget leaks were just the tip of the iceberg for a department in crisis
9th Jun 19, 6:31am
7th Jun 19, 7:49am
David Hargreaves looks at the apparent absence of any upsurge in the housing market following the torpedoing of any Capital Gains Tax - and assesses the prospects ahead
David Hargreaves looks at the apparent absence of any upsurge in the housing market following the torpedoing of any Capital Gains Tax - and assesses the prospects ahead
7th Jun 19, 7:49am
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
30th May 19, 7:33am
Economists' takes on how a wellbeing focus, slowing economic growth and tight debt targets will affect Budget 2019
Economists' takes on how a wellbeing focus, slowing economic growth and tight debt targets will affect Budget 2019
30th May 19, 7:33am
29th May 19, 4:32pm
BNZ economists see the likelihood of another interest rate cut increased by the results of the latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey
BNZ economists see the likelihood of another interest rate cut increased by the results of the latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey
29th May 19, 4:32pm
29th May 19, 1:15pm
A net 27% of respondents to the ANZ Business Outlook survey expect weaker conditions in residential construction, while the employment outlook in the sector is now at a 10-year low too
A net 27% of respondents to the ANZ Business Outlook survey expect weaker conditions in residential construction, while the employment outlook in the sector is now at a 10-year low too
29th May 19, 1:15pm
24th May 19, 10:01am
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Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
24th May 19, 10:01am
23rd May 19, 9:02am
Fonterra has come in slightly below market predictions with its milk price forecast for the new season; confirms closure of Australian plant; puts China farms up for review
Fonterra has come in slightly below market predictions with its milk price forecast for the new season; confirms closure of Australian plant; puts China farms up for review
23rd May 19, 9:02am
22nd May 19, 12:50pm
Bank economists say the global dairy prices and outlook are pointing to a farmgate milk price in excess of $7 per kilogram of milk solids in the new season
Bank economists say the global dairy prices and outlook are pointing to a farmgate milk price in excess of $7 per kilogram of milk solids in the new season
22nd May 19, 12:50pm
20th May 19, 3:18pm
Report spells out the costs and benefits of upgrading Northland's rail network to cater for port growth
Report spells out the costs and benefits of upgrading Northland's rail network to cater for port growth
20th May 19, 3:18pm
17th May 19, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
17th May 19, 10:00am
16th May 19, 11:24am
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
16th May 19, 11:24am
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14th May 19, 10:00am
Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland Council needs to sell the Ports of Auckland's business operations
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Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland Council needs to sell the Ports of Auckland's business operations
14th May 19, 10:00am
14th May 19, 9:00am
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NZX-listed Infratil is part of a consortium buying the New Zealand assets of Vodafone for $3.4 bln
NZX-listed Infratil is part of a consortium buying the New Zealand assets of Vodafone for $3.4 bln
14th May 19, 9:00am
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13th May 19, 9:04am
'Bittersweet' moment for Fonterra as it sells iconic NZ brand to global ice cream company Froneri
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'Bittersweet' moment for Fonterra as it sells iconic NZ brand to global ice cream company Froneri
13th May 19, 9:04am
10th May 19, 10:00am
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Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
10th May 19, 10:00am
9th May 19, 10:29am
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
9th May 19, 10:29am
9th May 19, 9:29am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics suggests alongside the yield curve, rising corporate hubris is another sign recession is coming
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics suggests alongside the yield curve, rising corporate hubris is another sign recession is coming
9th May 19, 9:29am
8th May 19, 12:09pm
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What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
8th May 19, 12:09pm

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