Fiscal stimulus

17th Oct 19, 10:54am
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New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
17th Oct 19, 10:54am
19th Sep 19, 1:25pm
Benje Patterson says Finance Minister Grant Robertson could stimulate the economy by targeting tax cuts at lower income households via a cash handout
Benje Patterson says Finance Minister Grant Robertson could stimulate the economy by targeting tax cuts at lower income households via a cash handout
19th Sep 19, 1:25pm
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
12th Sep 19, 3:27pm
Capacity constraints in the New Zealand economy would hinder any future fiscal stimulus plans according to S&P Global Ratings
Capacity constraints in the New Zealand economy would hinder any future fiscal stimulus plans according to S&P Global Ratings
12th Sep 19, 3:27pm
8th Aug 18, 1:48pm
As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
8th Aug 18, 1:48pm
3rd Jan 18, 9:50am
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Yu Yongding says widespread forecasts of stable 6.5% growth ignore slowing fixed asset investment and expectations need to be reined in
Yu Yongding says widespread forecasts of stable 6.5% growth ignore slowing fixed asset investment and expectations need to be reined in
3rd Jan 18, 9:50am
2nd Nov 17, 8:44am
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Adair Turner shows how East Asia is winning by ignoring warnings of wasteful investment in low-return domestic projects, and by forcing their firms to compete fiercely in the West's open markets
Adair Turner shows how East Asia is winning by ignoring warnings of wasteful investment in low-return domestic projects, and by forcing their firms to compete fiercely in the West's open markets
2nd Nov 17, 8:44am
1st Nov 17, 1:57pm
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Yu Yongding says massive capital account deficits fueled by capital flight needed to be stopped to prevent China's net foreign asset disappearing. Capital account liberalisation needs to wait for a healthier, stronger financial system, he says
Yu Yongding says massive capital account deficits fueled by capital flight needed to be stopped to prevent China's net foreign asset disappearing. Capital account liberalisation needs to wait for a healthier, stronger financial system, he says
1st Nov 17, 1:57pm
25th Aug 17, 9:51am
Fiscal policy looks key to whether the next Official Cash Rate move is down or up, Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby says; If OCR moves inside 12 months, it will be a cut; If RBNZ holds for a year, next move should be up
Fiscal policy looks key to whether the next Official Cash Rate move is down or up, Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby says; If OCR moves inside 12 months, it will be a cut; If RBNZ holds for a year, next move should be up
25th Aug 17, 9:51am
25th Aug 17, 9:43am
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China's August 2015 much-needed currency reform to a market-driven exchange rate was quickly – and wrongly – reversed. Yu Yongding says things are more stable now and he wants this reform reinstituted
China's August 2015 much-needed currency reform to a market-driven exchange rate was quickly – and wrongly – reversed. Yu Yongding says things are more stable now and he wants this reform reinstituted
25th Aug 17, 9:43am
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
15th Oct 16, 9:27am
Geoff Simmons and Bernard Hickey discuss the options New Zealand has in a zero interest rate world
Geoff Simmons and Bernard Hickey discuss the options New Zealand has in a zero interest rate world
15th Oct 16, 9:27am
1st Jun 16, 11:54am
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Yu Yongding says while China's leaders should be applauded for implementing painful structural reforms, they are ignoring the current urgent need for infrastructure investment
Yu Yongding says while China's leaders should be applauded for implementing painful structural reforms, they are ignoring the current urgent need for infrastructure investment
1st Jun 16, 11:54am
29th Mar 16, 10:17am
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Justin Yifu Lin says even if external conditions do not improve, achieving +6.5% and above annual growth is well within China’s reach
Justin Yifu Lin says even if external conditions do not improve, achieving +6.5% and above annual growth is well within China’s reach
29th Mar 16, 10:17am
28th Mar 16, 9:59am
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Yu Yongding argues China should pursue an expansionary fiscal policy alongside structural reform
Yu Yongding argues China should pursue an expansionary fiscal policy alongside structural reform
28th Mar 16, 9:59am
1st Apr 09, 11:37am
Opinion: Why New Zealand doesn't need and can't afford a bigger fiscal stimulus
Opinion: Why New Zealand doesn't need and can't afford a bigger fiscal stimulus
1st Apr 09, 11:37am