GDP

24th May 19, 1:02pm
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
24th May 19, 1:02pm
16th May 19, 8:29pm
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
16th May 19, 8:29pm
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
15th May 19, 5:20pm
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
15th May 19, 5:20pm
15th May 19, 12:06pm
The NZ economy may have been coined the 'rockstar' economy in 2014, but not everyone benefited from this growth, says the Finance Minister as he explains how his 'wellbeing budget' aims to change this
The NZ economy may have been coined the 'rockstar' economy in 2014, but not everyone benefited from this growth, says the Finance Minister as he explains how his 'wellbeing budget' aims to change this
15th May 19, 12:06pm
15th May 19, 7:26am
New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
15th May 19, 7:26am
8th May 19, 2:49pm
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Massey's GDPLive tool now integrates the use of NZTA traffic data to improve its real-time forecasting accuracy of economic activity
Massey's GDPLive tool now integrates the use of NZTA traffic data to improve its real-time forecasting accuracy of economic activity
8th May 19, 2:49pm
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1st May 19, 10:57am
RBNZ not expected to be surprised by soft March quarter labour data. Unemployment rate falls slightly to 4.2%; wage rate increases 2.0% in year
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RBNZ not expected to be surprised by soft March quarter labour data. Unemployment rate falls slightly to 4.2%; wage rate increases 2.0% in year
1st May 19, 10:57am
30th Apr 19, 1:57pm
Business confidence stuck in slump according to ANZ survey; Residential construction intentions continue to trend downward
Business confidence stuck in slump according to ANZ survey; Residential construction intentions continue to trend downward
30th Apr 19, 1:57pm
27th Apr 19, 9:43am
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Washington has been loose with facts, analysis, and conclusions about China, and the American public has been far too gullible in its acceptance of this false narrative, says Stephen Roach. He wants objectivity and honesty in assigning blame
Washington has been loose with facts, analysis, and conclusions about China, and the American public has been far too gullible in its acceptance of this false narrative, says Stephen Roach. He wants objectivity and honesty in assigning blame
27th Apr 19, 9:43am
18th Apr 19, 10:52am
Peter Dunne says Labour is now in a peculiar position of being broadly in step with public opinion, but having to placate two very grumpy groups in the unions and the Greens
Peter Dunne says Labour is now in a peculiar position of being broadly in step with public opinion, but having to placate two very grumpy groups in the unions and the Greens
18th Apr 19, 10:52am
10th Apr 19, 11:28am
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As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
10th Apr 19, 11:28am
4th Apr 19, 11:01am
ANZ's chief economist Sharon Zollner and her predecessor Cameron Bagrie hit back at criticism of the bank's Business Outlook Survey from Rodney Dickens
ANZ's chief economist Sharon Zollner and her predecessor Cameron Bagrie hit back at criticism of the bank's Business Outlook Survey from Rodney Dickens
4th Apr 19, 11:01am
1st Apr 19, 7:22pm
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters tells businesses downbeat on the residential construction sector to take note of the high number of consents issued in 2018
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters tells businesses downbeat on the residential construction sector to take note of the high number of consents issued in 2018
1st Apr 19, 7:22pm
30th Mar 19, 10:53am
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The days of 10% annual growth for the Chinese economy have ended, as was inevitable. But the real story is not the slowdown, but the shift in Chinese output from quantity to quality
The days of 10% annual growth for the Chinese economy have ended, as was inevitable. But the real story is not the slowdown, but the shift in Chinese output from quantity to quality
30th Mar 19, 10:53am
29th Mar 19, 10:00am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on housing vs equities, what barriers to affordable housing cost the economy, upzoning, restoring affordability & more
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on housing vs equities, what barriers to affordable housing cost the economy, upzoning, restoring affordability & more
29th Mar 19, 10:00am
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21st Mar 19, 10:51am
Economy expands by 0.6% in December quarter surprising the Reserve Bank but not the market; Economists divided over whether slow growth will persist in 2019 
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Economy expands by 0.6% in December quarter surprising the Reserve Bank but not the market; Economists divided over whether slow growth will persist in 2019 
21st Mar 19, 10:51am
21st Mar 19, 9:49am
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Mercer's David Scobie explains how referring to past performance has its uses when selecting investment products, but can be a comfort blanket with many holes
Mercer's David Scobie explains how referring to past performance has its uses when selecting investment products, but can be a comfort blanket with many holes
21st Mar 19, 9:49am
18th Mar 19, 1:50pm
ANZ economists say 'an immediate dip' in tourist arrivals can be expected in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attacks 'particularly from traditionally more risk-averse markets in Asia'
ANZ economists say 'an immediate dip' in tourist arrivals can be expected in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attacks 'particularly from traditionally more risk-averse markets in Asia'
18th Mar 19, 1:50pm
14th Mar 19, 1:40pm
GDP figures out next week widely expected to show an annual economic growth rate below 3% for the first time since late 2014
GDP figures out next week widely expected to show an annual economic growth rate below 3% for the first time since late 2014
14th Mar 19, 1:40pm

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