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Brian Fallow looks at where the Government is getting the money from for its dramatic increase in spending, concluding direct monetary financing is possible down the line
22nd Apr 20, 10:17am
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Brian Fallow looks at where the Government is getting the money from for its dramatic increase in spending, concluding direct monetary financing is possible down the line
Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
16th Mar 20, 12:01pm
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Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
With most Japanese economic metrics improving except inflation, the Bank of Japan is between a rock and a hard place in deciding the policy course. Takatoshi Ito reviews their options
27th Jan 18, 11:35am
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With most Japanese economic metrics improving except inflation, the Bank of Japan is between a rock and a hard place in deciding the policy course. Takatoshi Ito reviews their options
John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
17th Sep 16, 6:02am
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John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
16th Sep 16, 10:59am
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John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
Christian Hawkesby looks at lessons from unconventional monetary policy for New Zealand
31st Aug 16, 7:55am
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Christian Hawkesby looks at lessons from unconventional monetary policy for New Zealand
Now that zero interest rates, Quantitative Easing and negative interest rates have failed, should the world's central banks start printing money and handing it over to real people? Bernard Hickey takes a look
6th Mar 16, 5:02am
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Now that zero interest rates, Quantitative Easing and negative interest rates have failed, should the world's central banks start printing money and handing it over to real people? Bernard Hickey takes a look
Bernard Hickey wonders if central banks are wasting their time with money printing to solve a deflation problem caused by supply shocks
8th Feb 15, 7:30am
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Bernard Hickey wonders if central banks are wasting their time with money printing to solve a deflation problem caused by supply shocks
John Bolton says he's uncomfortable with how much the NZ economy is being talked up, urges that an eye be kept on overseas events
11th Feb 14, 5:16pm
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John Bolton says he's uncomfortable with how much the NZ economy is being talked up, urges that an eye be kept on overseas events
HiFX's Dan Bell on the chances of the NZ$ hitting parity with its Aussie counterpart, NZ$ outlook vs the greenback, and chickens coming home to roost in emerging markets
31st Jan 14, 5:10pm
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HiFX's Dan Bell on the chances of the NZ$ hitting parity with its Aussie counterpart, NZ$ outlook vs the greenback, and chickens coming home to roost in emerging markets
Never a dull moment for the NZ$; Dan Bell says 'behind the curve' Fed should, but won't, start tapering its money printing this month
9th Dec 13, 2:31pm
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Never a dull moment for the NZ$; Dan Bell says 'behind the curve' Fed should, but won't, start tapering its money printing this month
Christian Hawkesby says incoming Fed chairman Janet Yellen has the best economic forecasting record since the GFC among voting FOMC members
3rd Dec 13, 4:01pm
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Christian Hawkesby says incoming Fed chairman Janet Yellen has the best economic forecasting record since the GFC among voting FOMC members
Roger J Kerr on 'bloody good news for NZ,', US non-farm payrolls & the likely currency impact of next week's expected RBA rate cut
2nd Aug 13, 12:50pm
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Roger J Kerr on 'bloody good news for NZ,', US non-farm payrolls & the likely currency impact of next week's expected RBA rate cut
Bank for International Settlements highlights massive growth of central banks' balance sheets, wary about impact of them ending easy monetary policy
24th Jun 13, 3:42pm
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Bank for International Settlements highlights massive growth of central banks' balance sheets, wary about impact of them ending easy monetary policy
Greens dump pro-money printing policy, call for RBNZ board not just governor to be responsible for OCR decisions and board minutes to be public
19th Jun 13, 10:22am
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Greens dump pro-money printing policy, call for RBNZ board not just governor to be responsible for OCR decisions and board minutes to be public
Opinion: With inflation expectations 'anchored', major central banks err on the side of providing too much stimulus rather than too little
8th May 13, 6:10am
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Opinion: With inflation expectations 'anchored', major central banks err on the side of providing too much stimulus rather than too little
Opinion: UBS analysts question the sharemarket valuation of the big 4 Aussie banks, warn 'buyer beware'
7th May 13, 12:11pm
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Opinion: UBS analysts question the sharemarket valuation of the big 4 Aussie banks, warn 'buyer beware'
HiFX's Dan Bell looks at the US Fed's latest FOMC statement, US 'fiscal drag', the big fall in the gold price, and next week's Australian interest rate review
3rd May 13, 7:41am
HiFX's Dan Bell looks at the US Fed's latest FOMC statement, US 'fiscal drag', the big fall in the gold price, and next week's Australian interest rate review
PM John Key says currency intervention or money printing simply wouldn't work and exporters have to 'ride through' the strong NZ dollar cycle
2nd May 13, 10:01am
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PM John Key says currency intervention or money printing simply wouldn't work and exporters have to 'ride through' the strong NZ dollar cycle
90 seconds at 9 am: Voters shun ALP; new anti-euro party rises in Germany; costs fall for AU banks; gold tumbles; NZ$1 = US$0.858, TWI = 78.8
15th Apr 13, 8:45am
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90 seconds at 9 am: Voters shun ALP; new anti-euro party rises in Germany; costs fall for AU banks; gold tumbles; NZ$1 = US$0.858, TWI = 78.8
90 seconds at 9 am: China credit surge; Cyprus bailout blowout; Aust employment soft; skim milk powder prices rocket higher; NZ$1 = US$0.86.3, TWI = 78.9
12th Apr 13, 8:28am
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90 seconds at 9 am: China credit surge; Cyprus bailout blowout; Aust employment soft; skim milk powder prices rocket higher; NZ$1 = US$0.86.3, TWI = 78.9
90 seconds at 9 am: IMF says recapitalise, restructure or shutdown banks; France on credit watch; new US budget proposal; Fed minutes tip QE reduction; NZ$1 = US$0.857, TWI = 78.9
11th Apr 13, 8:39am
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90 seconds at 9 am: IMF says recapitalise, restructure or shutdown banks; France on credit watch; new US budget proposal; Fed minutes tip QE reduction; NZ$1 = US$0.857, TWI = 78.9
90 seconds at 9 am: EU probes card company fees; Greece prepares secret reparation claim on Germany; Inflation low worldwide; Fitch downgrades China; another TWI record; NZ$1 = US$0.852, TWI = 78.4
10th Apr 13, 8:42am
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90 seconds at 9 am: EU probes card company fees; Greece prepares secret reparation claim on Germany; Inflation low worldwide; Fitch downgrades China; another TWI record; NZ$1 = US$0.852, TWI = 78.4
90 seconds at 9 am: Thatcher dead, foresaw euro problems; AU in currency deal with China; Holden cutsback; Nikkei surges; NZ$1 = US$0.846, TWI = 78.1
9th Apr 13, 8:43am
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90 seconds at 9 am: Thatcher dead, foresaw euro problems; AU in currency deal with China; Holden cutsback; Nikkei surges; NZ$1 = US$0.846, TWI = 78.1
Opinion: Bank of Japan raises the stakes in the currency wars, in the fight for a sustainable global economic recovery, and in navigating an exit from quantitative easing
8th Apr 13, 12:17pm
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Opinion: Bank of Japan raises the stakes in the currency wars, in the fight for a sustainable global economic recovery, and in navigating an exit from quantitative easing