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Crypto-asset markets could threaten global financial stability, international regulatory body the Financial Stability Board says
17th Feb 22, 1:43pm
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Crypto-asset markets could threaten global financial stability, international regulatory body the Financial Stability Board says
Nearly 40% of bank lending to residential property investors is on interest-only arrangements - RBNZ tight-lipped on whether this is too high, but raises concerns over leverage
4th Mar 21, 3:30pm
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Nearly 40% of bank lending to residential property investors is on interest-only arrangements - RBNZ tight-lipped on whether this is too high, but raises concerns over leverage
Gareth Vaughan on US anti-mask madness, a government job guarantee, the leveraging of American corporates, why COVID-19 might not change our cities as much as we expect & COVID-19 trumps Olympics in Japan
21st Jul 20, 9:39am
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Gareth Vaughan on US anti-mask madness, a government job guarantee, the leveraging of American corporates, why COVID-19 might not change our cities as much as we expect & COVID-19 trumps Olympics in Japan
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson bemoans that massive central bank intervention in financial markets allows zombie companies to stand in the way of progress and creates meaningless market pricing
24th Apr 20, 2:01pm
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson bemoans that massive central bank intervention in financial markets allows zombie companies to stand in the way of progress and creates meaningless market pricing
The end of the lockdown could be just the beginning of troubles for both residential and commercial landlords, Greg Ninness says
10th Apr 20, 9:28am
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The end of the lockdown could be just the beginning of troubles for both residential and commercial landlords, Greg Ninness says
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak
5th Mar 20, 11:58am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak
Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett casts an eye over the leveraged loan market looking for warning signs of trouble ahead
15th Feb 20, 9:31am
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Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett casts an eye over the leveraged loan market looking for warning signs of trouble ahead
Gareth Vaughan says should the proverbial hit the fan, the public, the regulator and the regulated banks will probably all be glad the RBNZ is increasing banks' regulatory capital requirements
9th Dec 19, 4:00pm
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Gareth Vaughan says should the proverbial hit the fan, the public, the regulator and the regulated banks will probably all be glad the RBNZ is increasing 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
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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
As ASIC proposes a major crackdown on the peddling of high risk derivative products to retail investors, Gareth Vaughan looks at where the FMA & NZ Government sit on products compared with gambling
7th Sep 19, 8:51am
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As ASIC proposes a major crackdown on the peddling of high risk derivative products to retail investors, Gareth Vaughan looks at where the FMA & NZ Government sit on products compared with gambling
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
15th Apr 19, 11:35am
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John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics argues the next recession will be deep, long, painful, and probably truly global and persistent
9th Apr 19, 3:02pm
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John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics argues the next recession will be deep, long, painful, and probably truly global and persistent
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
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New IMF Global Debt Database details 'cutting-edge dataset' covering private and public debt for 190 countries dating back to the 1950s
Patrick Watson says asset bubbles usually only hurt the buyers who overpay, but that changes when you add leverage to the equation
20th Dec 17, 10:21am
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Patrick Watson says asset bubbles usually only hurt the buyers who overpay, but that changes when you add leverage to the equation
New data shows how banks have responded to regulatory signals for capital adequacy, chasing loans on property so hard, now more than 80% of all loans are property-backed
1st Nov 17, 10:08am
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New data shows how banks have responded to regulatory signals for capital adequacy, chasing loans on property so hard, now more than 80% of all loans are property-backed
Hannah McQueen says even though she loves property investing it's time the phenomenal gains from investment property were taxed through a Capital Gains Tax
30th Sep 17, 6:02am
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Hannah McQueen says even though she loves property investing it's time the phenomenal gains from investment property were taxed through a Capital Gains Tax
ANZ's Andrew Cornell puts the case for bank leverage, says banks without risk don’t serve the purpose as 'handmaidens' of the economy, no matter how safe they are
18th Aug 16, 5:02am
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ANZ's Andrew Cornell puts the case for bank leverage, says banks without risk don’t serve the purpose as 'handmaidens' of the economy, no matter how safe they are
David Chaston says regulation of bank capital levels is in a sorry state when commentators call for banks to grow their margins out of RBNZ OCR cuts
8th Aug 16, 4:02pm
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David Chaston says regulation of bank capital levels is in a sorry state when commentators call for banks to grow their margins out of RBNZ OCR cuts
HSBC's Frederic Neumann sees future economic growth coming from countries that have low private debt levels as these juice up their prospects by leveraging up
18th Jun 16, 9:05am
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HSBC's Frederic Neumann sees future economic growth coming from countries that have low private debt levels as these juice up their prospects by leveraging up
Matthew Gilligan relates a case study comparing investment returns in Auckland's Otara and Remuera - with surprising results
4th Mar 15, 3:00pm
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Matthew Gilligan relates a case study comparing investment returns in Auckland's Otara and Remuera - with surprising results
Matthew Gilligan wants to end the strangulation of Auckland's housing supply and suggests Australian-style solutions
16th Feb 15, 1:06pm
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Matthew Gilligan wants to end the strangulation of Auckland's housing supply and suggests Australian-style solutions
Accountant Matthew Gilligan challenges the idea that residential property ownership is not a good long term decision, especially when leveraged
1st Dec 14, 10:50am
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Accountant Matthew Gilligan challenges the idea that residential property ownership is not a good long term decision, especially when leveraged
Auckland meeting of bank regulation bigwigs highlights difference of opinion between RBNZ and Basel Committee
3rd Mar 14, 10:03am
Auckland meeting of bank regulation bigwigs highlights difference of opinion between RBNZ and Basel Committee
Bernard Hickey says when houses can only be passed from one generation to the next with the help of obscenely high debt levels, we have a problem
16th Jun 13, 9:02am
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Bernard Hickey says when houses can only be passed from one generation to the next with the help of obscenely high debt levels, we have a problem
Bernard Hickey does the numbers on investing in residential rental property, and is amazed at the 'sure thing' returns on offer, especially in Auckland
25th Nov 12, 10:01am
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Bernard Hickey does the numbers on investing in residential rental property, and is amazed at the 'sure thing' returns on offer, especially in Auckland