government debt

20th Sep 17, 9:11am
National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
20th Sep 17, 9:11am
23rd Aug 17, 8:24am
Brian Fallow takes a look at what policies Winston Peters might want enacted in return for propping up a National or Labour led government, - and what they may cost
Brian Fallow takes a look at what policies Winston Peters might want enacted in return for propping up a National or Labour led government, - and what they may cost
23rd Aug 17, 8:24am
6th Jun 17, 7:47am
Brian Fallow looks at spending by our most recent two governments in real per capita terms and finds stark differences
Brian Fallow looks at spending by our most recent two governments in real per capita terms and finds stark differences
6th Jun 17, 7:47am
5th Jun 17, 7:14am
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Brian Easton suggests that rather than being obsessed with the public debt track, we need to pay more attention to the private debt track especially when it involves overseas borrowing
Brian Easton suggests that rather than being obsessed with the public debt track, we need to pay more attention to the private debt track especially when it involves overseas borrowing
5th Jun 17, 7:14am
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27th Apr 17, 12:41pm
Finance Minister Joyce announces new govt net debt target of 10-15% by 2025, announces increase in new capital infrastructure spending over next four Budgets
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Finance Minister Joyce announces new govt net debt target of 10-15% by 2025, announces increase in new capital infrastructure spending over next four Budgets
27th Apr 17, 12:41pm
8th Apr 17, 6:02am
Brian Fallow takes a look at Labour & the Greens' fiscal policy and wonders how they will be able to manage govt spending to 30% of GDP as health & super costs rise
Brian Fallow takes a look at Labour & the Greens' fiscal policy and wonders how they will be able to manage govt spending to 30% of GDP as health & super costs rise
8th Apr 17, 6:02am
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24th Mar 17, 2:25pm
James Shaw on how a Labour/Greens Government would reduce government debt while maintaining current levels of spending
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James Shaw on how a Labour/Greens Government would reduce government debt while maintaining current levels of spending
24th Mar 17, 2:25pm
24th Mar 17, 5:02am
Labour/Greens budget rules give wiggle room on debt reduction and surpluses, but largely in line with current forecasts
Labour/Greens budget rules give wiggle room on debt reduction and surpluses, but largely in line with current forecasts
24th Mar 17, 5:02am
21st Feb 17, 3:16pm
OECD in town for 2017 economic review; Focus on medium-term fiscal risks; Finance Minister Joyce is ‘sure they’ll talk about housing’
OECD in town for 2017 economic review; Focus on medium-term fiscal risks; Finance Minister Joyce is ‘sure they’ll talk about housing’
21st Feb 17, 3:16pm
29th Dec 16, 2:24pm
by Guest
Keynes ruled for 40 years. Then, a counterrevolution took hold, reflecting sharp criticism of his fiscal activism. After another 40 years, Keynes’ key idea is back, and Japan, for one, desperately needs to take it on board
Keynes ruled for 40 years. Then, a counterrevolution took hold, reflecting sharp criticism of his fiscal activism. After another 40 years, Keynes’ key idea is back, and Japan, for one, desperately needs to take it on board
29th Dec 16, 2:24pm
1st Sep 16, 11:07am
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Currency speculators think they have a no-lose situation in Japan. Koichi Hamada urges the Japanese authorities to intervene to stop the Yen from appreciating further despite some clear high costs of doing so
Currency speculators think they have a no-lose situation in Japan. Koichi Hamada urges the Japanese authorities to intervene to stop the Yen from appreciating further despite some clear high costs of doing so
1st Sep 16, 11:07am
1st Jul 16, 3:24pm
Moody's updates its outlook on NZ's Aaa sovereign credit rating, says increased government debt or problems with banks ability to access offshore funding the key threats to it
Moody's updates its outlook on NZ's Aaa sovereign credit rating, says increased government debt or problems with banks ability to access offshore funding the key threats to it
1st Jul 16, 3:24pm
23rd Jun 16, 9:02am
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Koichi Hamada likens government borrowing, especially for QE, to a ponzi scheme, something only illegal in the private sector
Koichi Hamada likens government borrowing, especially for QE, to a ponzi scheme, something only illegal in the private sector
23rd Jun 16, 9:02am
1st Jun 16, 4:19pm
Budget 2016 - Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
Budget 2016 - Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
1st Jun 16, 4:19pm
10th Feb 15, 4:02pm
McKinsey & Co takes an indepth look at possible new approaches to deleveraging, plus managing and monitoring debt in a debt saturated world
McKinsey & Co takes an indepth look at possible new approaches to deleveraging, plus managing and monitoring debt in a debt saturated world
10th Feb 15, 4:02pm
17th Nov 14, 2:26pm
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The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya on putting a leash on government fiscal profligacy
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya on putting a leash on government fiscal profligacy
17th Nov 14, 2:26pm
21st May 14, 2:50pm
Budget 2014 - Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
Budget 2014 - Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
21st May 14, 2:50pm
21st May 13, 3:12pm
Budget 2013- Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
Budget 2013- Financing, Transfers, Customs, IRD
21st May 13, 3:12pm
19th Mar 13, 10:35am
Matt Nolan looks at the winners and losers from property and bond 'bubbles' and assesses whether foreign investment actually benefits New Zealand. Your view?
Matt Nolan looks at the winners and losers from property and bond 'bubbles' and assesses whether foreign investment actually benefits New Zealand. Your view?
19th Mar 13, 10:35am
18th Dec 12, 12:39pm
Treasury lowers govt's forecast for 2014/15 surplus to NZ$66 mln from NZ$197 mln on Budget day; Debt Management Office increases debt programme
Treasury lowers govt's forecast for 2014/15 surplus to NZ$66 mln from NZ$197 mln on Budget day; Debt Management Office increases debt programme
18th Dec 12, 12:39pm

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