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Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
19th Apr 24, 12:00pm
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Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
'Digital cash' could shore up monetary sovereignty, plus boost competition and innovation, the RBNZ says
17th Apr 24, 6:01am
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'Digital cash' could shore up monetary sovereignty, plus boost competition and innovation, the RBNZ says
As US Modern Monetary Theory advocates make their case in Australia, Gareth Vaughan explains the world through their lens and how it might go down in New Zealand
24th Feb 24, 9:50am
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As US Modern Monetary Theory advocates make their case in Australia, Gareth Vaughan explains the world through their lens and how it might go down in New Zealand
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Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says stablecoins and cryptocurrencies are not a credible alternative to central bank money
13th Feb 24, 9:57am
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Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says stablecoins and cryptocurrencies are not a credible alternative to central bank money
A new BIS research paper finds of the 68 stablecoins 'pegged' to the value of a specific asset, not one of them has been able to maintain parity with their pegs at all times
10th Nov 23, 9:08am
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A new BIS research paper finds of the 68 stablecoins 'pegged' to the value of a specific asset, not one of them has been able to maintain parity with their pegs at all times
When countries experience large capital outflows, significant currency substitution, an unacceptable level of money laundering risk, and/or risks to consumers and markets, targeted restrictions on crypto assets 'might be useful'
8th Sep 23, 5:00am
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When countries experience large capital outflows, significant currency substitution, an unacceptable level of money laundering risk, and/or risks to consumers and markets, targeted restrictions on crypto assets 'might be useful'
Lynda Moore examines why couples argue about money, emphasizing the importance of having the money conversation
6th Sep 23, 10:06am
Lynda Moore examines why couples argue about money, emphasizing the importance of having the money conversation
Japan has gone its own way on fighting inflation so Michael Mouat asks if NZ can learn from a global outlier
17th Aug 23, 4:05pm
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Japan has gone its own way on fighting inflation so Michael Mouat asks if NZ can learn from a global outlier
How and why the so-called BRICS countries may develop a currency system independent of the US & what it might mean for NZ
29th Jul 23, 10:13am
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How and why the so-called BRICS countries may develop a currency system independent of the US & what it might mean for NZ
The Reserve Bank's four steps towards the potential introduction of a central bank digital currency
24th Jul 23, 11:07am
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The Reserve Bank's four steps towards the potential introduction of a central bank digital currency
Reserve Bank says there may be 'real advantages' to harmonising cryptoasset regulation globally
30th Jun 23, 11:48am
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Reserve Bank says there may be 'real advantages' to harmonising cryptoasset regulation globally
Retirement Commission 'de-jargoning money' guide suggests use of 'debt' instead of 'credit' & 'end date' instead of 'maturity'
1st Jun 23, 11:46am
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Retirement Commission 'de-jargoning money' guide suggests use of 'debt' instead of 'credit' & 'end date' instead of 'maturity'
As another round of political brinkmanship plays out over the US debt ceiling, Rohan Grey explains the background, and details a silly sounding but constitutional solution
13th May 23, 9:00am
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As another round of political brinkmanship plays out over the US debt ceiling, Rohan Grey explains the background, and details a silly sounding but constitutional solution
Gary Hughes puts a spotlight on the 'novel Kiwi experiment' of outlawing large cash transactions
8th May 23, 8:00am
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Gary Hughes puts a spotlight on the 'novel Kiwi experiment' of outlawing large cash transactions
Willem Buiter thinks the return of declining real interest rates will force central banks into the twenty-first century by rolling out CBDCs
19th Apr 23, 10:37am
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Willem Buiter thinks the return of declining real interest rates will force central banks into the twenty-first century by rolling out CBDCs
Nicholas Gilmour and Tristram Hicks on what has gone wrong in the war against money laundering and what could be done to turn the tide
24th Feb 23, 9:32am
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Nicholas Gilmour and Tristram Hicks on what has gone wrong in the war against money laundering and what could be done to turn the tide
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr calls on banks to lift deposit rates as much as mortgage rates; says Gabrielle shows banks haven't done enough on inclusion and resilience in regional areas
22nd Feb 23, 6:12pm
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RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr calls on banks to lift deposit rates as much as mortgage rates; says Gabrielle shows banks haven't done enough on inclusion and resilience in regional areas
David Hargreaves appreciates that the Reserve Bank is trying to do the right thing with its cautious approach to cryptoassets and CBDCs, but reckons some hard deadlines need setting soon
8th Dec 22, 10:08am
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David Hargreaves appreciates that the Reserve Bank is trying to do the right thing with its cautious approach to cryptoassets and CBDCs, but reckons some hard deadlines need setting soon
Reserve Bank is seeking views on whether regulatory changes may be required for new forms of 'private money' such as cryptoassets
7th Dec 22, 10:00am
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Reserve Bank is seeking views on whether regulatory changes may be required for new forms of 'private money' such as cryptoassets
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Cross border payments are about to get a rev up. Matt Skinner looks at what this means
10th Nov 22, 1:40pm
Cross border payments are about to get a rev up. Matt Skinner looks at what this means
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Reserve Bank Assistant Governor Karen Silk raises the possibility of cryptocurrency regulation, in part so it doesn't 'undermine our monetary sovereignty'
9th Nov 22, 5:10pm
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Reserve Bank Assistant Governor Karen Silk raises the possibility of cryptocurrency regulation, in part so it doesn't 'undermine our monetary sovereignty'
NZ dollar drops four places to world's 14th most traded currency after 12 years in 10th place
28th Oct 22, 9:49am
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NZ dollar drops four places to world's 14th most traded currency after 12 years in 10th place
Riley Chance questions whether AUT and Massey University really face financial challenges
21st Oct 22, 11:25am
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Riley Chance questions whether AUT and Massey University really face financial challenges
Select committee cryptocurrency inquiry adviser Jeremy Muir on what may come out of the inquiry, what the local industry is up to & the battle over the future of money
20th Oct 22, 2:02pm
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Select committee cryptocurrency inquiry adviser Jeremy Muir on what may come out of the inquiry, what the local industry is up to & the battle over the future of money
Gareth Vaughan on socialism for the rich, the dollar doom loop, a big shipping turnaround, rethinking monetary sovereignty & fat bear week
9th Oct 22, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on socialism for the rich, the dollar doom loop, a big shipping turnaround, rethinking monetary sovereignty & fat bear week