Quantitative easing

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
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
20th Feb 18, 8:30am
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Ultra-loose monetary policy stopped being appropriate long ago says Germany's Jürgen Stark, and the ECB's refusal to normalise policy faster is drastically increasing the risks to financial stability
Ultra-loose monetary policy stopped being appropriate long ago says Germany's Jürgen Stark, and the ECB's refusal to normalise policy faster is drastically increasing the risks to financial stability
20th Feb 18, 8:30am
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
16th Dec 17, 9:09am
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Stephen Roach says the world is set up for the unwinding of three mega-trends: unconventional monetary policy, the real economy’s dependence on assets, and a potentially destabilizing global saving arbitrage
Stephen Roach says the world is set up for the unwinding of three mega-trends: unconventional monetary policy, the real economy’s dependence on assets, and a potentially destabilizing global saving arbitrage
16th Dec 17, 9:09am
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
15th Oct 16, 9:27am
Geoff Simmons and Bernard Hickey discuss the options New Zealand has in a zero interest rate world
Geoff Simmons and Bernard Hickey discuss the options New Zealand has in a zero interest rate world
15th Oct 16, 9:27am
6th Mar 16, 5:02am
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
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
23rd Oct 13, 9:45am
US Fed has now printed US$1 trillion in its bond buying program; no end in sight
US Fed has now printed US$1 trillion in its bond buying program; no end in sight
23rd Oct 13, 9:45am
19th Jun 13, 10:22am
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
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
13th Mar 13, 11:37am
German doubts about eurozone policy direct trigger a sharp rise in the gold price
German doubts about eurozone policy direct trigger a sharp rise in the gold price
13th Mar 13, 11:37am
29th Oct 12, 12:20pm
What is money?; Financial check-ups; Are you a slave to your lifestyle?; Breaking up is easy to do; Learning from someone else's mistakes
What is money?; Financial check-ups; Are you a slave to your lifestyle?; Breaking up is easy to do; Learning from someone else's mistakes
29th Oct 12, 12:20pm
9th Oct 12, 9:44am
NZIER's Eaqub: Greens' quake bond buying policy not QE; It's the sort of 'debt monetisation' practised by Mugabe; Will see poor pay for quake rebuild via inflation
NZIER's Eaqub: Greens' quake bond buying policy not QE; It's the sort of 'debt monetisation' practised by Mugabe; Will see poor pay for quake rebuild via inflation
9th Oct 12, 9:44am
8th Oct 12, 7:45am
Reserve Bank should print NZ$2 billion to buy govt earthquake bonds, overseas assets for earthquake fund, Green Party says; 'Will lower the NZ dollar'
Reserve Bank should print NZ$2 billion to buy govt earthquake bonds, overseas assets for earthquake fund, Green Party says; 'Will lower the NZ dollar'
8th Oct 12, 7:45am
28th Sep 12, 8:11am
Bollard: Major central bank QE could be 'monetary protectionism', but too early to tell; Says NZ property tax distortions still exist; 'They both pushed up the NZ$'
Bollard: Major central bank QE could be 'monetary protectionism', but too early to tell; Says NZ property tax distortions still exist; 'They both pushed up the NZ$'
28th Sep 12, 8:11am
21st Sep 12, 9:13am
Finance Minister English on why the govt won't change NZ exchange rate policy; Says others' unorthodox policies carry large risks, create imbalances
Finance Minister English on why the govt won't change NZ exchange rate policy; Says others' unorthodox policies carry large risks, create imbalances
21st Sep 12, 9:13am
31st Aug 12, 10:19am
RBNZ's Bollard wonders whether the WTO could supervise exchange rate behaviour, following the impact of foreign central bank money printing on NZ$
RBNZ's Bollard wonders whether the WTO could supervise exchange rate behaviour, following the impact of foreign central bank money printing on NZ$
31st Aug 12, 10:19am
8th Jul 12, 10:05am
Why governments are looking for higher inflation and low interest rates to extinguish the unsustainable debt burden built up by generations spending more than they earned
Why governments are looking for higher inflation and low interest rates to extinguish the unsustainable debt burden built up by generations spending more than they earned
8th Jul 12, 10:05am

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