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Paola Subacchi cautions against relying on central banks to lead the economic rescue and recovery effort
1st Jun 20, 9:58am
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Paola Subacchi cautions against relying on central banks to lead the economic rescue and recovery effort
Pinelopi Goldberg shows why the pandemic has not strengthened the case for domestic production over global supply chains
13th May 20, 11:51am
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Pinelopi Goldberg shows why the pandemic has not strengthened the case for domestic production over global supply chains
Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
3rd May 20, 9:19am
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Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
Stephen Roach shows why both sides stand to lose from their failure to comprehend the stakes of a breakup
28th Apr 20, 11:22am
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Stephen Roach shows why both sides stand to lose from their failure to comprehend the stakes of a breakup
Climate Change Commission chairman Rod Carr sees opportunity to have a good think about what sort of tourism sector we want, raises idea of running it like one big national park
23rd Apr 20, 10:00am
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Climate Change Commission chairman Rod Carr sees opportunity to have a good think about what sort of tourism sector we want, raises idea of running it like one big national park
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
Gareth Vaughan on oil worth less than nothing, the failed state of America, buying NZ made, the economy of life, the first crisis in a Group of Zero world & EBITDAC
21st Apr 20, 2:36pm
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Gareth Vaughan on oil worth less than nothing, the failed state of America, buying NZ made, the economy of life, the first crisis in a Group of Zero world & EBITDAC
Macquarie analysts' predict big four Australasian banks' COVID-19 downturn-related loan losses to peak in 2021
21st Apr 20, 8:42am
Macquarie analysts' predict big four Australasian banks' COVID-19 downturn-related loan losses to peak in 2021
The end of the lockdown could be just the beginning of troubles for both residential and commercial landlords, Greg Ninness says
10th Apr 20, 9:28am
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The end of the lockdown could be just the beginning of troubles for both residential and commercial landlords, Greg Ninness says
Guy Trafford wonders what the future will look like for our economy and the rural economy specifically. He sees a long wait and a quite different mix of customers who can buy what we have
2nd Apr 20, 11:40am
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Guy Trafford wonders what the future will look like for our economy and the rural economy specifically. He sees a long wait and a quite different mix of customers who can buy what we have
Infometric's Gareth Kiernan sees a massive hit to growth, then some sort of recovery and reasons for cautious optimism
28th Mar 20, 9:50am
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Infometric's Gareth Kiernan sees a massive hit to growth, then some sort of recovery and reasons for cautious optimism
NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
23rd Mar 20, 8:09am
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NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
Stephen Roach thinks citing the policy response to the 2008 meltdown as precedent for today is a dangerous mistake
22nd Mar 20, 8:38am
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Stephen Roach thinks citing the policy response to the 2008 meltdown as precedent for today is a dangerous mistake
The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
21st Mar 20, 10:09pm
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The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
John Mauldin apologies to the Federal Reserve and says radical action is required to combat the coronavirus pandemic
20th Mar 20, 9:53am
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John Mauldin apologies to the Federal Reserve and says radical action is required to combat the coronavirus pandemic
Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
19th Mar 20, 4:57pm
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Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
Tougher regulations in New Zealand for the COVID-19 coronavirus are urgent. We are now on the brink
18th Mar 20, 7:59pm
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Tougher regulations in New Zealand for the COVID-19 coronavirus are urgent. We are now on the brink
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg points out that the same data-driven technologies we love to fear and hate are now helping to save lives
18th Mar 20, 11:52am
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Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg points out that the same data-driven technologies we love to fear and hate are now helping to save lives
Beneficiaries key beneficiaries of the Government's coronavirus economic relief package, but Brian Fallow is surprised by the restoration of the depreciation deduction on commercial and industrial properties
17th Mar 20, 2:57pm
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Beneficiaries key beneficiaries of the Government's coronavirus economic relief package, but Brian Fallow is surprised by the restoration of the depreciation deduction on commercial and industrial properties
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
17th Mar 20, 11:28am
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Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
Anders Aslund says the absence of US leadership in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will have dire economic consequences
16th Mar 20, 6:50am
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Anders Aslund says the absence of US leadership in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will have dire economic consequences
Keith Woodford analysis: The decision to go hard and early, requiring everyone entering New Zealand to self-isolate gives New Zealand a chance to stay on top of the COVID-19 coronavirus
15th Mar 20, 9:09am
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Keith Woodford analysis: The decision to go hard and early, requiring everyone entering New Zealand to self-isolate gives New Zealand a chance to stay on top of the COVID-19 coronavirus
BNZ economists expect the economy to contract in the first two quarters of the year; ANZ economists call for a minimum wage freeze and for the Government to increase its debt limit by $60 billion
9th Mar 20, 3:09pm
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BNZ economists expect the economy to contract in the first two quarters of the year; ANZ economists call for a minimum wage freeze and for the Government to increase its debt limit by $60 billion
Keith Woodford says New Zealand has to act quickly with more travel restrictions if it is to hold back the COVID-19 pandemic
9th Mar 20, 9:46am
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Keith Woodford says New Zealand has to act quickly with more travel restrictions if it is to hold back the COVID-19 pandemic
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak
5th Mar 20, 11:58am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at a potential worst case economic scenario caused by the coronavirus outbreak