government debt

16th Apr 20, 5:15pm
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
16th Apr 20, 5:15pm
13th Apr 20, 12:33pm
David Skilling, director at economic advisory firm Landfall Strategy Group, says NZ policy makers will need to start moving from fire fighting to an intelligent and thoughtful longer-term economic focus
David Skilling, director at economic advisory firm Landfall Strategy Group, says NZ policy makers will need to start moving from fire fighting to an intelligent and thoughtful longer-term economic focus
13th Apr 20, 12:33pm
12th Apr 20, 7:27am
A debt jubilee, universal basic income and regionalism rather than globalisation, are among Steve Keen's key solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting steep economic downturn
A debt jubilee, universal basic income and regionalism rather than globalisation, are among Steve Keen's key solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting steep economic downturn
12th Apr 20, 7:27am
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1st Apr 20, 9:06am
Treasury expects to issue $25 bln of Government Bonds in June year; says it will collaborate with the RBNZ to ensure the market functions efficiently & yields remain low
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Treasury expects to issue $25 bln of Government Bonds in June year; says it will collaborate with the RBNZ to ensure the market functions efficiently & yields remain low
1st Apr 20, 9:06am
10th Dec 19, 1:51pm
Green Party officially withdraws support for set point debt targets, saying they've 'limited the Government's scope for change'; Party's new policy says 'current approach to fiscal management embeds neoliberalism'
Green Party officially withdraws support for set point debt targets, saying they've 'limited the Government's scope for change'; Party's new policy says 'current approach to fiscal management embeds neoliberalism'
10th Dec 19, 1:51pm
30th Nov 19, 10:28am
Crown company borrows money for infrastructure from Crown entity at rate of 5.37% for the sake of keeping debt off government books, when the Government could've issued bonds at 3%
Crown company borrows money for infrastructure from Crown entity at rate of 5.37% for the sake of keeping debt off government books, when the Government could've issued bonds at 3%
30th Nov 19, 10:28am
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
14th Sep 18, 10:02am
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Kiwibank's Jeremy Couchman with a guide to emerging market meltdowns from tequila slammers to Moscow mules via a Venezuelan economic crisis
Kiwibank's Jeremy Couchman with a guide to emerging market meltdowns from tequila slammers to Moscow mules via a Venezuelan economic crisis
14th Sep 18, 10:02am
5th Sep 18, 5:00am
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons calls for Housing NZ to be replaced by regional 'associations' tasked with providing both affordable and state housing
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons calls for Housing NZ to be replaced by regional 'associations' tasked with providing both affordable and state housing
5th Sep 18, 5:00am
20th Aug 18, 2:09pm
The Minister of Housing says there is no limit to what Government entities, such as NZTA, can borrow – none of this extra borrowing shows up on the Government’s core Crown debt ledger
The Minister of Housing says there is no limit to what Government entities, such as NZTA, can borrow – none of this extra borrowing shows up on the Government’s core Crown debt ledger
20th Aug 18, 2:09pm
20th Aug 18, 7:50am
BNZ’s Head of Research Stephen Toplis is clearly not as optimistic as the Reserve Bank or the Government when it comes to NZ’s future growth – but why?
BNZ’s Head of Research Stephen Toplis is clearly not as optimistic as the Reserve Bank or the Government when it comes to NZ’s future growth – but why?
20th Aug 18, 7:50am
19th Aug 18, 6:02am
Before the 2020 election, Finance Minister Grant Robertson must decide if Labour will stick with the Budget Responsibility Rules, or ditch them. Jason Walls says this will be a hugely significant decision
Before the 2020 election, Finance Minister Grant Robertson must decide if Labour will stick with the Budget Responsibility Rules, or ditch them. Jason Walls says this will be a hugely significant decision
19th Aug 18, 6:02am
23rd Jul 18, 5:06pm
Winston Peters has joined Greens’ co-leader James Shaw in saying the Government might want to look at loosening its budgetary rules before the next election
Winston Peters has joined Greens’ co-leader James Shaw in saying the Government might want to look at loosening its budgetary rules before the next election
23rd Jul 18, 5:06pm
13th Jul 18, 12:16pm
The Government has a $3 billion surplus, it is $1.6 billion under its spending cap and has almost met its debt target – so why are we being told there is no money left for nurses?
The Government has a $3 billion surplus, it is $1.6 billion under its spending cap and has almost met its debt target – so why are we being told there is no money left for nurses?
13th Jul 18, 12:16pm
9th Jul 18, 1:28pm
Opposition Leader Simon Bridges is calling the Government out for its plans to increase debt by $17 billion but Jason Walls says the National leader is comparing apples with oranges
Opposition Leader Simon Bridges is calling the Government out for its plans to increase debt by $17 billion but Jason Walls says the National leader is comparing apples with oranges
9th Jul 18, 1:28pm
5th Jul 18, 4:16pm
The Finance Minister is pleased with how the Government's books look, but warns some of the headline figures might look different in a few months' time
The Finance Minister is pleased with how the Government's books look, but warns some of the headline figures might look different in a few months' time
5th Jul 18, 4:16pm
4th Jul 18, 11:52am
The IMF is calling on the Tax Working Group to introduce a land taxes in a bid to help give the Government’s KiwiBuild project a leg up
The IMF is calling on the Tax Working Group to introduce a land taxes in a bid to help give the Government’s KiwiBuild project a leg up
4th Jul 18, 11:52am
19th May 18, 9:06am
New IMF Global Debt Database details 'cutting-edge dataset' covering private and public debt for 190 countries dating back to the 1950s
New IMF Global Debt Database details 'cutting-edge dataset' covering private and public debt for 190 countries dating back to the 1950s
19th May 18, 9:06am
13th May 18, 7:02am
National has a new line of attack, calling the Government out for increasing debt by $10 billion. Although technically correct, Jason Walls says National needs to watch its step with this issue
National has a new line of attack, calling the Government out for increasing debt by $10 billion. Although technically correct, Jason Walls says National needs to watch its step with this issue
13th May 18, 7:02am
23rd Apr 18, 2:50pm
The country's biggest bank is suggesting New Zealand’s 'urgent' need for infrastructure outweighs the Government’s 'arbitrary [debt] target'
The country's biggest bank is suggesting New Zealand’s 'urgent' need for infrastructure outweighs the Government’s 'arbitrary [debt] target'
23rd Apr 18, 2:50pm

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