GFC

21st Sep 20, 9:21am
Economist Brian Easton looks at half a dozen external economic issues that will greatly affect this country
Economist Brian Easton looks at half a dozen external economic issues that will greatly affect this country
21st Sep 20, 9:21am
6th May 20, 4:08pm
Brian Easton finds that epidemics are not new in New Zealand and they have all had significant economic and social impacts. He asks whether the current pandemic will be a decisive turning moment, unlike the GFC which changed little
Brian Easton finds that epidemics are not new in New Zealand and they have all had significant economic and social impacts. He asks whether the current pandemic will be a decisive turning moment, unlike the GFC which changed little
6th May 20, 4:08pm
27th Apr 20, 5:00pm
BNZ's parent National Australia Bank gives early demonstration of credit loss expectations in a COVID-19 world as its profit tumbles, dividend's cut and A$3.5b equity raise is detailed
BNZ's parent National Australia Bank gives early demonstration of credit loss expectations in a COVID-19 world as its profit tumbles, dividend's cut and A$3.5b equity raise is detailed
27th Apr 20, 5:00pm
16th Mar 20, 12:01pm
Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
16th Mar 20, 12:01pm
5th Mar 20, 11:58am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak
5th Mar 20, 11:58am
18th Dec 19, 2:07pm
Economist Rodney Dickens wonders if bank lending criteria are the reason the housing market remains sluggish despite interest rate cuts
Economist Rodney Dickens wonders if bank lending criteria are the reason the housing market remains sluggish despite interest rate cuts
18th Dec 19, 2:07pm
17th Dec 19, 6:50am
Terry Baucher looks back at the big stories of the last year, and this decade, where tax held the spotlight right up to the end of 2019 and he can assess the impact of all the twists and turns
Terry Baucher looks back at the big stories of the last year, and this decade, where tax held the spotlight right up to the end of 2019 and he can assess the impact of all the twists and turns
17th Dec 19, 6:50am
25th Nov 19, 5:13pm
John Mauldin compares and contrasts today with the 1930s and weighs up how a divided America may be able to move forward
John Mauldin compares and contrasts today with the 1930s and weighs up how a divided America may be able to move forward
25th Nov 19, 5:13pm
13th Nov 19, 10:36am
Global Financial Development Report from World Bank Group looks at bank regulation and supervision a decade after the Global Financial Crisis
Global Financial Development Report from World Bank Group looks at bank regulation and supervision a decade after the Global Financial Crisis
13th Nov 19, 10:36am
6th Nov 19, 9:59am
Westpac NZ CEO David McLean doubts further OCR cuts would stimulate the economy, doesn't offer an alternative suggestion but argues this is something we should be debating
Westpac NZ CEO David McLean doubts further OCR cuts would stimulate the economy, doesn't offer an alternative suggestion but argues this is something we should be debating
6th Nov 19, 9:59am
21st Oct 19, 9:49am
Chris Trotter argues that although democratic socialism is Labour’s official ideology, New Zealand politics lacks traditional left-wing champions like Bernie Sanders & Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Chris Trotter argues that although democratic socialism is Labour’s official ideology, New Zealand politics lacks traditional left-wing champions like Bernie Sanders & Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
21st Oct 19, 9:49am
19th Oct 19, 10:02am
Gareth Vaughan says the Reserve Bank's efforts to combat the too big to fail problem is a worthy aspect of its proposals to increase NZ banks' regulatory capital requirements
Gareth Vaughan says the Reserve Bank's efforts to combat the too big to fail problem is a worthy aspect of its proposals to increase NZ banks' regulatory capital requirements
19th Oct 19, 10:02am
11th Oct 19, 10:02am
Rodney Dickens identifies the structural shift the RBNZ made during the GFC that means the effective OCR is much higher than the actual OCR, explaining why our retail interest rates are at current levels
Rodney Dickens identifies the structural shift the RBNZ made during the GFC that means the effective OCR is much higher than the actual OCR, explaining why our retail interest rates are at current levels
11th Oct 19, 10:02am
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
9th Sep 19, 9:49am
Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
9th Sep 19, 9:49am
28th Aug 19, 7:01pm
NZIER principal economist Christina Leung says the New Zealand economy is in good shape to weather a global slowdown
NZIER principal economist Christina Leung says the New Zealand economy is in good shape to weather a global slowdown
28th Aug 19, 7:01pm
23rd Aug 19, 5:00am
Ex-RBNZ director Suzanne Snively, now chairing the RBNZ Act review advisory panel, explains to Gareth Vaughan where she feels the 1989 RBNZ Act went wrong and why she's keen for a broader approach today
Ex-RBNZ director Suzanne Snively, now chairing the RBNZ Act review advisory panel, explains to Gareth Vaughan where she feels the 1989 RBNZ Act went wrong and why she's keen for a broader approach today
23rd Aug 19, 5:00am
14th Aug 19, 10:23am
Mercer's David Scobie says while for many investors cash has still not ascended the throne, for some it can play a useful positioning role in an investment portfolio
Mercer's David Scobie says while for many investors cash has still not ascended the throne, for some it can play a useful positioning role in an investment portfolio
14th Aug 19, 10:23am
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10th Jul 19, 10:02am
RBNZ Act review consultation paper offers three options for strengthening bank executive and director accountability against the backdrop of the RBNZ having never taken a bank director to court
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RBNZ Act review consultation paper offers three options for strengthening bank executive and director accountability against the backdrop of the RBNZ having never taken a bank director to court
10th Jul 19, 10:02am
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16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
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Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
8th Apr 19, 12:14pm
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says as central banks continue grappling with the impacts of the Global Financial Crisis, governments could be doing more to help
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says as central banks continue grappling with the impacts of the Global Financial Crisis, governments could be doing more to help
8th Apr 19, 12:14pm
5th Apr 19, 10:00am
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
5th Apr 19, 10:00am
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18th Mar 19, 11:45am
Martien Lubberink says the RBNZ should soften its bank capital proposals and allow the use of hybrid capital which could save taxpayers' money & benefit cooperative and mutually owned banks
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Martien Lubberink says the RBNZ should soften its bank capital proposals and allow the use of hybrid capital which could save taxpayers' money & benefit cooperative and mutually owned banks
18th Mar 19, 11:45am
14th Mar 19, 9:52am
Ratings agency S&P Global says while the global economy is more leveraged that it was at the time of the GFC the likelihood of a widespread investor exodus is contained
Ratings agency S&P Global says while the global economy is more leveraged that it was at the time of the GFC the likelihood of a widespread investor exodus is contained
14th Mar 19, 9:52am
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6th Mar 19, 10:03am
Gareth Vaughan on the NZ links to major international money laundering scandals, Iceland's GFC bounce back, reversing China's one child policy & the phenomenon of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
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Gareth Vaughan on the NZ links to major international money laundering scandals, Iceland's GFC bounce back, reversing China's one child policy & the phenomenon of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
6th Mar 19, 10:03am

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