Labour

21st May 19, 9:37am
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Labour without energy is a corpse; capital without energy is a sculpture. Steve Keen applies this 'simple insight' to how he thinks the global economy actually works
Labour without energy is a corpse; capital without energy is a sculpture. Steve Keen applies this 'simple insight' to how he thinks the global economy actually works
21st May 19, 9:37am
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
9th Apr 19, 11:47am
David Hargreaves ponders whether we need a rethink of how we structure and fund our primary gatherer of statistical information - and maybe we should start with scrapping the 2018 census and starting again
David Hargreaves ponders whether we need a rethink of how we structure and fund our primary gatherer of statistical information - and maybe we should start with scrapping the 2018 census and starting again
9th Apr 19, 11:47am
4th Feb 19, 8:25am
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Mercer's David Scobie says financial markets have delivered investors a reality check
Mercer's David Scobie says financial markets have delivered investors a reality check
4th Feb 19, 8:25am
28th Oct 18, 7:02am
Jen​ée Tibshraeny crunches the numbers to figure out whether criticisms that the Labour Party is the 'tax party' are well-founded
Jen​ée Tibshraeny crunches the numbers to figure out whether criticisms that the Labour Party is the 'tax party' are well-founded
28th Oct 18, 7:02am
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16th Oct 18, 10:59am
Stats NZ says prices rose 0.9% in the September quarter, giving an annual inflation rate of 1.9%; economists expected just a 0.7% quarterly rise
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Stats NZ says prices rose 0.9% in the September quarter, giving an annual inflation rate of 1.9%; economists expected just a 0.7% quarterly rise
16th Oct 18, 10:59am
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15th Oct 18, 11:44am
We face the apparently contradictory situation in which inflation is strongly rising and yet the Reserve Bank will keep the possibility of interest rate cuts on the table
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We face the apparently contradictory situation in which inflation is strongly rising and yet the Reserve Bank will keep the possibility of interest rate cuts on the table
15th Oct 18, 11:44am
9th Oct 18, 11:16am
David Hargreaves ponders where the turbulent forces of a falling dollar, rising fuel prices and falling business confidence may take us
David Hargreaves ponders where the turbulent forces of a falling dollar, rising fuel prices and falling business confidence may take us
9th Oct 18, 11:16am
3rd Oct 18, 3:09pm
David Hargreaves ponders whether the bottoming levels of business confidence are really pointing to a substantial economic slowdown
David Hargreaves ponders whether the bottoming levels of business confidence are really pointing to a substantial economic slowdown
3rd Oct 18, 3:09pm
30th Aug 18, 3:50pm
David Hargreaves says the Government may need a real business-friendly symbolic gesture to stop the country heading into a self-induced downturn
David Hargreaves says the Government may need a real business-friendly symbolic gesture to stop the country heading into a self-induced downturn
30th Aug 18, 3:50pm
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30th Aug 18, 1:38pm
ANZ’s Business Confidence Survey has registered yet another drop, with now 50% of all businesses surveyed expecting a deterioration in business conditions, dollar falls
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ANZ’s Business Confidence Survey has registered yet another drop, with now 50% of all businesses surveyed expecting a deterioration in business conditions, dollar falls
30th Aug 18, 1:38pm
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6th Aug 18, 2:56pm
Kiwibank economists estimate a national shortfall of over 100,000 homes so see no chance of 'oversupply' fuelling a correction; don't believe the RBNZ will be easing LVRs any time soon
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Kiwibank economists estimate a national shortfall of over 100,000 homes so see no chance of 'oversupply' fuelling a correction; don't believe the RBNZ will be easing LVRs any time soon
6th Aug 18, 2:56pm
1st Aug 18, 10:45am
'Poorly performing' Auckland projects blamed for tipping construction company over the edge
'Poorly performing' Auckland projects blamed for tipping construction company over the edge
1st Aug 18, 10:45am
18th Jul 18, 12:26pm
ANZ economists suggest that our expensive housing is affecting the economy's productive potential
ANZ economists suggest that our expensive housing is affecting the economy's productive potential
18th Jul 18, 12:26pm
8th May 18, 7:25am
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Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
8th May 18, 7:25am
5th Apr 18, 5:27pm
National’s Judith Collins says the likely small size of the dwellings in the new Unitec development housing area will put pressure on borrowers, as it means banks will require a larger deposit
National’s Judith Collins says the likely small size of the dwellings in the new Unitec development housing area will put pressure on borrowers, as it means banks will require a larger deposit
5th Apr 18, 5:27pm
3rd Apr 18, 3:51pm
Workplace Relations Minister Ian Lees-Galloway says he’s not concerned about the lobby group’s opposition to new workplace legislation
Workplace Relations Minister Ian Lees-Galloway says he’s not concerned about the lobby group’s opposition to new workplace legislation
3rd Apr 18, 3:51pm
3rd Apr 18, 12:31pm
The Minister of Trade says the retaliatory 128 Chinese tariffs on US products is a 'measured' response from the People’s Republic and won’t impact NZ’s economy
The Minister of Trade says the retaliatory 128 Chinese tariffs on US products is a 'measured' response from the People’s Republic and won’t impact NZ’s economy
3rd Apr 18, 12:31pm
14th Mar 18, 8:48am
Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says the Government never had a specific target for cutting immigration numbers, but National says Labour was beating the anti-immigration drum in the election campaign and is now “backsliding on a grand scale”
Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says the Government never had a specific target for cutting immigration numbers, but National says Labour was beating the anti-immigration drum in the election campaign and is now “backsliding on a grand scale”
14th Mar 18, 8:48am
1st Mar 18, 2:16pm
National’s Finance Spokesman Steven Joyce wants to know how much of the $62 million dished out for the Provincial Growth Fund last week comes from Budget 2018, but Associate Finance Minister David Clark won’t say
National’s Finance Spokesman Steven Joyce wants to know how much of the $62 million dished out for the Provincial Growth Fund last week comes from Budget 2018, but Associate Finance Minister David Clark won’t say
1st Mar 18, 2:16pm

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