QE

15th Apr 19, 11:35am
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 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
9th Apr 19, 3:02pm
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics argues the next recession will be deep, long, painful, and probably truly global and persistent
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
8th Apr 19, 12:14pm
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says as central banks continue grappling with the impacts of the Global Financial Crisis, governments could be doing more to help
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says as central banks continue grappling with the impacts of the Global Financial Crisis, governments could be doing more to help
8th Apr 19, 12:14pm
3rd Apr 19, 11:46am
Kiwibank economists say there's a 40% chance the Reserve Bank might have to continue cutting interest rates next year, while they see the New Zealand dollar possibly dropping into the US50s
Kiwibank economists say there's a 40% chance the Reserve Bank might have to continue cutting interest rates next year, while they see the New Zealand dollar possibly dropping into the US50s
3rd Apr 19, 11:46am
1st Mar 19, 7:30am
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Koichi Hamada argues that reversing expansionary policies too quickly is riskier than maintaining them for too long
Koichi Hamada argues that reversing expansionary policies too quickly is riskier than maintaining them for too long
1st Mar 19, 7:30am
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14th Dec 18, 10:12am
Jarrod Kerr with the Top 10 things to think about into 2019 from trade wars to yield curve inversion, wage growth, property, Italy and more
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Jarrod Kerr with the Top 10 things to think about into 2019 from trade wars to yield curve inversion, wage growth, property, Italy and more
14th Dec 18, 10:12am
7th Dec 18, 11:17am
Hood the hawks: The outlook is strong but uncertain. The RBNZ has released the doves, Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr & Jeremy Couchman say in their latest economic outlook
Hood the hawks: The outlook is strong but uncertain. The RBNZ has released the doves, Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr & Jeremy Couchman say in their latest economic outlook
7th Dec 18, 11:17am
15th Sep 18, 8:27am
The collapse of Lehman Brothers, the GFC and all that it spawned, from sub-prime mortgages to Donald Trump. Plus reminiscing with 2 Kiwis who had front row seats
The collapse of Lehman Brothers, the GFC and all that it spawned, from sub-prime mortgages to Donald Trump. Plus reminiscing with 2 Kiwis who had front row seats
15th Sep 18, 8:27am
10th Aug 18, 7:37am
Governor Adrian Orr reveals scenario where the RBNZ would be forced to dramatically cut the OCR and outlines some details of a potential quantitative easing plan
Governor Adrian Orr reveals scenario where the RBNZ would be forced to dramatically cut the OCR and outlines some details of a potential quantitative easing plan
10th Aug 18, 7:37am
31st Jul 18, 9:01am
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Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
31st Jul 18, 9:01am
25th May 18, 8:00am
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says NZ won't require unconventional monetary policy in the foreseeable future
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says NZ won't require unconventional monetary policy in the foreseeable future
25th May 18, 8:00am
24th May 18, 7:56am
RBNZ says possibility of needing unconventional monetary policy tools 'higher than it ever was in history' meaning it needs to be ready just in case
RBNZ says possibility of needing unconventional monetary policy tools 'higher than it ever was in history' meaning it needs to be ready just in case
24th May 18, 7:56am
17th Mar 18, 9:09am
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Erik Britton uses the popular game Monopoly as a thought experiment on how banks and money work in our economy, revealing the conflicted nature of banking in the real world
Erik Britton uses the popular game Monopoly as a thought experiment on how banks and money work in our economy, revealing the conflicted nature of banking in the real world
17th Mar 18, 9:09am
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
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
15th Jan 18, 4:08pm
Bernstein's Michael Parker probes cryptocurrencies and asks if you're paying for everything via your smartphone, why does the currency in which you are paying matter?
Bernstein's Michael Parker probes cryptocurrencies and asks if you're paying for everything via your smartphone, why does the currency in which you are paying matter?
15th Jan 18, 4:08pm
4th Nov 17, 9:44am
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Kiwibank economists say the withdrawal of global QE is expected to affect the economy the NZ economy indirectly via financial markets, both through rising longer-dated interest rates and a lower currency
Kiwibank economists say the withdrawal of global QE is expected to affect the economy the NZ economy indirectly via financial markets, both through rising longer-dated interest rates and a lower currency
4th Nov 17, 9:44am
23rd Oct 17, 7:25am
US budget deficit jumps, outlook dims; Japan re-elects Abe; UN embarrasses itself again; Baltic Dry high; bitcoin surges above US$6,000; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 69.6 USc, TWI = 72.4
US budget deficit jumps, outlook dims; Japan re-elects Abe; UN embarrasses itself again; Baltic Dry high; bitcoin surges above US$6,000; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 69.6 USc, TWI = 72.4
23rd Oct 17, 7:25am
5th Jun 17, 7:08am
US jobs growth sags, trade deficit widens; global airfreight growth strong; China debt stress grows; foreigners disappear from NZ housing sales; UST 10yr 2.16%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 71.5 USc, TWI = 75.6
US jobs growth sags, trade deficit widens; global airfreight growth strong; China debt stress grows; foreigners disappear from NZ housing sales; UST 10yr 2.16%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 71.5 USc, TWI = 75.6
5th Jun 17, 7:08am
25th Apr 17, 7:59am
Markets rally after French election result; US govt shutdown looms as debt ceiling reached; Trump wants 15% corporate tax rate; Malaysia pays price for scandal; UST 10yr 2.27%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc, TWI = 7.48
Markets rally after French election result; US govt shutdown looms as debt ceiling reached; Trump wants 15% corporate tax rate; Malaysia pays price for scandal; UST 10yr 2.27%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc, TWI = 7.48
25th Apr 17, 7:59am
17th Apr 17, 8:06am
US trade volumes grow unexpectedly; US retail sales slip and consumer prices drop; UST 10yr 2.23%; oil and gold stable; NZ$1 = 70 USc, TWI = 75
US trade volumes grow unexpectedly; US retail sales slip and consumer prices drop; UST 10yr 2.23%; oil and gold stable; NZ$1 = 70 USc, TWI = 75
17th Apr 17, 8:06am

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