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6th Sep 19, 9:53am
ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
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ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
6th Sep 19, 9:53am
29th Aug 19, 9:16am
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Live-streamed video of the keynote lecture by Mary Daly, President of the San Francisco Federal Reserve given at Te Papa, Wellington
Live-streamed video of the keynote lecture by Mary Daly, President of the San Francisco Federal Reserve given at Te Papa, Wellington
29th Aug 19, 9:16am
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6th Aug 19, 10:54am
Unemployment rate much lower than expected by the Reserve Bank and economists in June quarter; Falls to 11-year low of 3.9%; Wages increase 0.7% off back of minimum wage hikes; Outlook remains gloomy
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Unemployment rate much lower than expected by the Reserve Bank and economists in June quarter; Falls to 11-year low of 3.9%; Wages increase 0.7% off back of minimum wage hikes; Outlook remains gloomy
6th Aug 19, 10:54am
6th Aug 19, 9:50am
ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner now expects the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates three times before the end of 2019 to combat a global and domestic environment 'turning sour'
ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner now expects the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates three times before the end of 2019 to combat a global and domestic environment 'turning sour'
6th Aug 19, 9:50am
5th Aug 19, 11:17am
Kiwibank economists are now predicting a 'terminal' Official Cash Rate by next year of 0.75%, but also put some possibility on the rate going to 0.5%
Kiwibank economists are now predicting a 'terminal' Official Cash Rate by next year of 0.75%, but also put some possibility on the rate going to 0.5%
5th Aug 19, 11:17am
4th Aug 19, 6:31am
Pressure on the Government to do its bit to stimulate the economy likely to increase, with the Reserve Bank expected to cut interest rates even lower
Pressure on the Government to do its bit to stimulate the economy likely to increase, with the Reserve Bank expected to cut interest rates even lower
4th Aug 19, 6:31am
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
Jenée Tibshraeny on whether Finance Minister Grant Robertson has struck the right balance between more spending and achievable spending in Budget 2019
1st Jun 19, 12:52pm
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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
23rd Mar 19, 10:02am
Bank for International Settlements paper asks whether an ageing workforce explains low inflation
Bank for International Settlements paper asks whether an ageing workforce explains low inflation
23rd Mar 19, 10:02am
9th Mar 19, 10:02am
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The Productivity Commission's Tim Maddock and Terry Genet analyse NZ's labour market ahead of an inquiry into technological disruption and the future of work
The Productivity Commission's Tim Maddock and Terry Genet analyse NZ's labour market ahead of an inquiry into technological disruption and the future of work
9th Mar 19, 10:02am
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7th Feb 19, 11:01am
Large September quarter drop in unemployment rate unwinds in December quarter a tad more than expected; Wages rise 1.9% over the year 
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Large September quarter drop in unemployment rate unwinds in December quarter a tad more than expected; Wages rise 1.9% over the year 
7th Feb 19, 11:01am
20th Mar 18, 11:45am
BNZ’s chief economist Tony Alexander says New Zealanders are too used to high growth and points out a myriad of potential economic issues he calls 'blind spots'
BNZ’s chief economist Tony Alexander says New Zealanders are too used to high growth and points out a myriad of potential economic issues he calls 'blind spots'
20th Mar 18, 11:45am
19th Jun 17, 10:34am
Brian Fallow looks at what exactly is the issue with immigration that's making it an election year issue, and finds three areas of concern
Brian Fallow looks at what exactly is the issue with immigration that's making it an election year issue, and finds three areas of concern
19th Jun 17, 10:34am
6th Apr 17, 2:21pm
John Mauldin takes a look at some data on retirement savings – or lack thereof
John Mauldin takes a look at some data on retirement savings – or lack thereof
6th Apr 17, 2:21pm
1st Apr 17, 6:02am
John Mauldin writes about the invisible crisis and a book he says everyone holding public office above the level of dogcatcher should read
John Mauldin writes about the invisible crisis and a book he says everyone holding public office above the level of dogcatcher should read
1st Apr 17, 6:02am
2nd Aug 16, 8:25am
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Implications of the revised Household Labour Force Survey for the Economic Outlook. Treasury's view
Implications of the revised Household Labour Force Survey for the Economic Outlook. Treasury's view
2nd Aug 16, 8:25am
13th May 16, 2:07pm
HSBC economists say an upswing in the Australian economy may dampen NZ's migration growth, tightening the labour market, generating wage growth and lifting inflation
HSBC economists say an upswing in the Australian economy may dampen NZ's migration growth, tightening the labour market, generating wage growth and lifting inflation
13th May 16, 2:07pm
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
30th Oct 15, 10:02am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on talking about Auckland property, the gender pay gap, the labour market, Shakespeare in Klingon, Dilbert & more
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on talking about Auckland property, the gender pay gap, the labour market, Shakespeare in Klingon, Dilbert & more
30th Oct 15, 10:02am
21st Aug 15, 10:04am
Matt Nolan on 10 ways we can look at the New Zealand job and labour markets
Matt Nolan on 10 ways we can look at the New Zealand job and labour markets
21st Aug 15, 10:04am

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