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Gareth Vaughan on container shipping topping FANG profits, Argentina's lithium, the Brazilianization of the world & a special case of helicopter money
28th May 22, 9:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on container shipping topping FANG profits, Argentina's lithium, the Brazilianization of the world & a special case of helicopter money
Influential RBNZ survey shows that even though the central bank has already hiked interest rates to fight inflation, people believe that high inflation is going to be with us for quite some time
12th May 22, 3:21pm
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Influential RBNZ survey shows that even though the central bank has already hiked interest rates to fight inflation, people believe that high inflation is going to be with us for quite some time
Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
22nd Mar 22, 4:53pm
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Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
Chris Leitch argues the RBNZ's $53 billion government bond buying programme has proven to be nonsensical madness favouring commercial banks over taxpayers
8th Mar 22, 11:25am
by Guest
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Chris Leitch argues the RBNZ's $53 billion government bond buying programme has proven to be nonsensical madness favouring commercial banks over taxpayers
Harbour Asset Management's Mark Brown says some interesting interpretations can be inferred from the signals embedded in yield curves
16th Feb 22, 9:25am
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Harbour Asset Management's Mark Brown says some interesting interpretations can be inferred from the signals embedded in yield curves
TOP's Raf Manji on UBI, land value tax, monetary financing and more
8th Feb 22, 10:03am
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TOP's Raf Manji on UBI, land value tax, monetary financing and more
Government will probably have to issue more debt than planned to help the Reserve Bank downsize its $54 billion bond portfolio - BNZ strategist
7th Feb 22, 7:30am
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Government will probably have to issue more debt than planned to help the Reserve Bank downsize its $54 billion bond portfolio - BNZ strategist
Central banks are carrying heavily loaded balance sheets after coming to the rescue in the GFC and now the pandemic. Now they want to end the piling-on. We assess how much they are carrying and how the loads compare
27th Jan 22, 10:18am
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Central banks are carrying heavily loaded balance sheets after coming to the rescue in the GFC and now the pandemic. Now they want to end the piling-on. We assess how much they are carrying and how the loads compare
Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022
19th Dec 21, 7:39am
by Guest
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Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022
How Treasury and the Reserve Bank could work together to remove billions of dollars from the financial system
13th Dec 21, 3:05pm
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How Treasury and the Reserve Bank could work together to remove billions of dollars from the financial system
RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
29th Nov 21, 8:03pm
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RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
David Hargreaves crunches some facts and numbers and worries about what might be ahead in 2022
23rd Nov 21, 2:29pm
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David Hargreaves crunches some facts and numbers and worries about what might be ahead in 2022
The RBNZ's own much-watched Survey of Expectations shows that inflation's expected to be around 3% in two years time; survey results may spark increased speculation of a 50 basis point lift to the Official Cash Rate next week
18th Nov 21, 3:24pm
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The RBNZ's own much-watched Survey of Expectations shows that inflation's expected to be around 3% in two years time; survey results may spark increased speculation of a 50 basis point lift to the Official Cash Rate next week
Gareth Vaughan mulls whether our banks' strong profits in a time of Covid-19 induced upheaval warrant a one-off Covid tax
14th Nov 21, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan mulls whether our banks' strong profits in a time of Covid-19 induced upheaval warrant a one-off Covid tax
Geoff Bascand says the health of business, household and bank balance sheets going into the pandemic played a very important role in the better than expected outcomes
14th Oct 21, 2:04pm
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Geoff Bascand says the health of business, household and bank balance sheets going into the pandemic played a very important role in the better than expected outcomes
The RBNZ's own much-watched Survey of Expectations has revealed another lift in the anticipated level of inflation in two years' time from 2.05% to 2.27%
12th Aug 21, 3:10pm
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The RBNZ's own much-watched Survey of Expectations has revealed another lift in the anticipated level of inflation in two years' time from 2.05% to 2.27%
Savings are stranded as inflation rises much faster than yields, and asset holders grab the benefits of low yields at the expense of savers. This type of financial repression is likely to persist for decades, possibly provoking anger for change
10th Aug 21, 11:25am
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Savings are stranded as inflation rises much faster than yields, and asset holders grab the benefits of low yields at the expense of savers. This type of financial repression is likely to persist for decades, possibly provoking anger for change
Chris Leitch argues that returning to economic orthodoxy is like going back to the horse and cart
3rd Aug 21, 9:56am
by Guest
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Chris Leitch argues that returning to economic orthodoxy is like going back to the horse and cart
Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
20th Jul 21, 10:40am
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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
Reserve Bank to halt bond-buying using newly printed money by next week; OCR and Funding for Lending Programme unchanged
14th Jul 21, 2:13pm
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Reserve Bank to halt bond-buying using newly printed money by next week; OCR and Funding for Lending Programme unchanged
Economists at the four biggest banks now all see the Reserve Bank starting to hike interest rates in November
7th Jul 21, 1:14pm
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Economists at the four biggest banks now all see the Reserve Bank starting to hike interest rates in November
ANZ economists say the economy is running so hot the Reserve Bank's 'path of least regret' is morphing into tightening monetary policy sooner 'to head off excesses'
28th Jun 21, 3:28pm
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ANZ economists say the economy is running so hot the Reserve Bank's 'path of least regret' is morphing into tightening monetary policy sooner 'to head off excesses'
BNZ economists now expect a 0.8% rise in GDP for the March quarter against the Reserve Bank's expectation of a -0.6% fall. They currently forecast inflation of 3% 'but evidence is gathering to move this higher'
10th Jun 21, 11:27am
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BNZ economists now expect a 0.8% rise in GDP for the March quarter against the Reserve Bank's expectation of a -0.6% fall. They currently forecast inflation of 3% 'but evidence is gathering to move this higher'
Economists at the country's biggest mortgage lender suggest borrowers consider fixing 'at least a portion' of their mortgages for longer terms
9th Jun 21, 3:18pm
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Economists at the country's biggest mortgage lender suggest borrowers consider fixing 'at least a portion' of their mortgages for longer terms
Deutsche Bank economists say policy makers could be facing their most challenging time in about 40 years
8th Jun 21, 12:41pm
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Deutsche Bank economists say policy makers could be facing their most challenging time in about 40 years