Economy

16th May 18, 10:59am
John Mauldin begins a delve into what he sees as a rapidly approaching train wreck; 'Something is on the tracks ahead and I don't see how we'll avoid hitting it'
John Mauldin begins a delve into what he sees as a rapidly approaching train wreck; 'Something is on the tracks ahead and I don't see how we'll avoid hitting it'
16th May 18, 10:59am
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10th May 18, 1:07pm
The Reserve Bank Governor has already won over the bank economists with his new style of upfront and simple communication
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The Reserve Bank Governor has already won over the bank economists with his new style of upfront and simple communication
10th May 18, 1:07pm
8th May 18, 7:25am
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Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
8th May 18, 7:25am
4th May 18, 9:27am
Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
4th May 18, 9:27am
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3rd May 18, 12:26pm
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern introduces the ‘tripartite Future Work Forum’ with a goal to prepare NZ for the ‘rapidly changing nature of work’
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern introduces the ‘tripartite Future Work Forum’ with a goal to prepare NZ for the ‘rapidly changing nature of work’
3rd May 18, 12:26pm
2nd May 18, 10:57am
New Zealand’s unemployment rate drops to 4.4%, in line with the Reserve Bank’s forecast
New Zealand’s unemployment rate drops to 4.4%, in line with the Reserve Bank’s forecast
2nd May 18, 10:57am
18th Apr 18, 4:24pm
ANZ economists say the cost of building a new house has become more attractive relative to the cost of buying an existing one
ANZ economists say the cost of building a new house has become more attractive relative to the cost of buying an existing one
18th Apr 18, 4:24pm
18th Apr 18, 11:45am
ASB economists see soaring butter prices as possibly giving more upside to the milk price for farmers
ASB economists see soaring butter prices as possibly giving more upside to the milk price for farmers
18th Apr 18, 11:45am
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10th Apr 18, 10:33am
Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
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Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
10th Apr 18, 10:33am
9th Apr 18, 1:55pm
ANZ economists say high house prices and associated high debt levels have seen consumer spending remain more subdued than might have been expected with the economy buoyant
ANZ economists say high house prices and associated high debt levels have seen consumer spending remain more subdued than might have been expected with the economy buoyant
9th Apr 18, 1:55pm
2nd Apr 18, 9:13am
It will be a world first and the Treasury is already hard at work developing a wellbeing framework. But what should it include?
It will be a world first and the Treasury is already hard at work developing a wellbeing framework. But what should it include?
2nd Apr 18, 9:13am
28th Mar 18, 3:25pm
Business Confidence stalls after gains the previous month. National lays the blame squarely in the lap of the Coalition Govt, which dismisses its comments as 'rubbish'
Business Confidence stalls after gains the previous month. National lays the blame squarely in the lap of the Coalition Govt, which dismisses its comments as 'rubbish'
28th Mar 18, 3:25pm
28th Mar 18, 10:32am
Peter Dunne questions whether the Prime Minister is 'playing a long game' with the assertion that Russian spies are not active in New Zealand
Peter Dunne questions whether the Prime Minister is 'playing a long game' with the assertion that Russian spies are not active in New Zealand
28th Mar 18, 10:32am
26th Mar 18, 4:40pm
The changes announced regarding the Reserve Bank's handling of monetary policy look sensible, but with legislative changes still to come there may yet be room for surprises
The changes announced regarding the Reserve Bank's handling of monetary policy look sensible, but with legislative changes still to come there may yet be room for surprises
26th Mar 18, 4:40pm
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26th Mar 18, 9:09am
Finance Minister Grant Robertson and incoming RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr have signed a new Policy Targets Agreement; new committee to be formed for setting interest rates
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson and incoming RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr have signed a new Policy Targets Agreement; new committee to be formed for setting interest rates
26th Mar 18, 9:09am
21st Mar 18, 2:51pm
Fonterra's orchestration of the announcement of CEO Theo Spierings departure was symphony-like. Here's hoping its next moves around a new CEO and board refreshment are as convincing
Fonterra's orchestration of the announcement of CEO Theo Spierings departure was symphony-like. Here's hoping its next moves around a new CEO and board refreshment are as convincing
21st Mar 18, 2:51pm
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21st Mar 18, 11:18am
Fonterra says its board and CEO Theo Spierings 'have agreed' he will leave later this year; international search under way for replacement and candidates now shortlisted
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Fonterra says its board and CEO Theo Spierings 'have agreed' he will leave later this year; international search under way for replacement and candidates now shortlisted
21st Mar 18, 11:18am
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21st Mar 18, 9:00am
Dairy giant Fonterra lifts milk price forecast to $6.55 from $6.40, but forecasts lower dividend; takes $405 mln write-down on value of its Beingmate shareholding
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Dairy giant Fonterra lifts milk price forecast to $6.55 from $6.40, but forecasts lower dividend; takes $405 mln write-down on value of its Beingmate shareholding
21st Mar 18, 9:00am
20th Mar 18, 11:45am
BNZ’s chief economist Tony Alexander says New Zealanders are too used to high growth and points out a myriad of potential economic issues he calls 'blind spots'
BNZ’s chief economist Tony Alexander says New Zealanders are too used to high growth and points out a myriad of potential economic issues he calls 'blind spots'
20th Mar 18, 11:45am
15th Mar 18, 2:20pm
David Hargreaves fears Fonterra will again 'leave the crowd wanting more' when it fronts for its half-year results next week
David Hargreaves fears Fonterra will again 'leave the crowd wanting more' when it fronts for its half-year results next week
15th Mar 18, 2:20pm

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