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20 Jul 18, 10:00am
Liz Kendall and Miles Workman look at the Top 10 things keeping ANZ economists up at night, which include expensive houses, underwhelming productivity, the cost of an ageing population, anxious businesses and more
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19 Jul 18, 9:17am
Infometrics is expecting GDP growth of roughly 2% a year until 2021 – 1% under Treasury’s forecast – and the regions are expected to do the economic heavy lifting
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18 Jul 18, 12:26pm
ANZ economists suggest that our expensive housing is affecting the economy's productive potential
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16 Jul 18, 8:39am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series, this week with some new numbers on how big the problems are
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2 Jul 18, 8:30am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series, this week tallying up the unfunded US government financial promises: 'We are in hock up to our ears'
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28 Jun 18, 11:52am
David Hargreaves says on one hand it's great to see so many first home buyers getting into the market - but the risks are looking very real at the moment
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27 Jun 18, 12:00pm
A ‘KiwiBuild Skill Shortage’ list is being created, after a Minister’s warning to Cabinet that NZ simply does not have the labour force to deal with the pipeline of construction projects
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25 Jun 18, 1:45pm
Grant Robertson says Fonterra needs to be focusing more on the value-add side of its business
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25 Jun 18, 9:32am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series, this week zoning in on the 'rainbows and unicorns' pension promises in Europe
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22 Jun 18, 10:00am
Canterbury University's Tom Coupé looks at the economics and finance of the FIFA World Cup, including how big the audience is, bank analysts turning their sights on game prediction, workers throwing sickies, money and more
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21 Jun 18, 4:44pm
Finance Minister and Opposition Finance Spokeswoman spar in Parliament after economic growth in the first quarter of the year comes in at a lacklustre 0.5%, with no movement on per capita GDP
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18 Jun 18, 9:02am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series, this week looking at the pension crisis and its 'catastrophic' potential damage
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13 Jun 18, 4:09pm
The ‘First Citizen of the Provinces’ has called for the resignation of another top public-sector figure – Fonterra Chairman John Wilson
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13 Jun 18, 10:15am
Finance Minister says we were only ever a 'roadie' as Westpac economists now see our economy being outperformed by our peers 'for the next few years'
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11 Jun 18, 3:45pm
David Hargreaves says the country is in urgent need of a clear approach to its migration policy
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11 Jun 18, 8:44am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series as he charts the path to the 'Great Reset'; this week he points to the fact that the world has so much debt that the cracks could happen anywhere
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7 Jun 18, 8:22am
Peter Dunne argues that the Government is not prepared to confront lessons from the past and says that the idealism - not the failure - of the 1970s Labour administration is what is being remembered
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5 Jun 18, 8:50am
John Mauldin continues his 'Train Crash' series examining his thesis that we are heading for a 'Great Reset'; this week he focuses on Italy as a potential trigger point
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28 May 18, 9:31am
John Mauldin continues his description of the upcoming financial crisis he sees developing and says while we are heading for a painful economic and market downturn, the causes will be different to the 2008 'fiasco'
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21 May 18, 11:27am
Rising numbers of non-New Zealanders are continuing to leave, pushing net migration down from high levels to an annual gain of 67,000 in April, down nearly 5000 from a year earlier
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