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The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson says good governance spawns good regulators
17th Aug 17, 12:52pm
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The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson says good governance spawns good regulators
John Mauldin argues the entire world is entering 'the Great Reset,' a period of enormous and unpredictable volatility in all asset classes & what he thinks investors should do about it
25th May 17, 11:30am
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John Mauldin argues the entire world is entering 'the Great Reset,' a period of enormous and unpredictable volatility in all asset classes & what he thinks investors should do about it
ASB economists see US Presidential 'wildcard' as potentially derailing New Zealand's rosy economic picture
31st Oct 16, 1:59pm
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ASB economists see US Presidential 'wildcard' as potentially derailing New Zealand's rosy economic picture
ANZ economists have changed their call and now see an expected RBNZ cut of the OCR to 1.75% next month as the last one in the current interest rates cycle
25th Oct 16, 2:56pm
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ANZ economists have changed their call and now see an expected RBNZ cut of the OCR to 1.75% next month as the last one in the current interest rates cycle
ANZ economists see signs of 'late cycle behaviour' emerging in the economy but believe the boom-and-bust pattern of previous cycles can be avoided this time
17th Oct 16, 2:37pm
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ANZ economists see signs of 'late cycle behaviour' emerging in the economy but believe the boom-and-bust pattern of previous cycles can be avoided this time
Harbour Asset Management argues an equity bear market's not likely because interest rates and bond yields are too low
13th Feb 16, 8:48am
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Harbour Asset Management argues an equity bear market's not likely because interest rates and bond yields are too low
NZIER's Kirdan Lees & Geoff Parr say the impact of the expected El Niño may differ from the past due to changed farming practices
22nd Sep 15, 1:56pm
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NZIER's Kirdan Lees & Geoff Parr say the impact of the expected El Niño may differ from the past due to changed farming practices
BNZ economists say the risk of NZ falling into recession is increasing by the day
1st Sep 15, 7:37am
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BNZ economists say the risk of NZ falling into recession is increasing by the day
Oliver Hartwich on doom and gloom in the global economy and the Donald Trump effect
28th Aug 15, 10:34am
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Oliver Hartwich on doom and gloom in the global economy and the Donald Trump effect
BNZ's Stephen Toplis predicts a 'fun time ahead' for the RBNZ with the economy softening, the NZ dollar weakening, and inflation potentially rising
3rd Jul 15, 10:54am
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BNZ's Stephen Toplis predicts a 'fun time ahead' for the RBNZ with the economy softening, the NZ dollar weakening, and inflation potentially rising
The Treasury looks at our 2008-09 recession, confirms it was deep with a slow recovery, but not unusual as far as recessions go
3rd Dec 13, 3:05pm
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The Treasury looks at our 2008-09 recession, confirms it was deep with a slow recovery, but not unusual as far as recessions go
Unemployment plummets to 6.2% according to Statistics New Zealand; Market had expected a rate of 6.8%
9th May 13, 10:48am
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Unemployment plummets to 6.2% according to Statistics New Zealand; Market had expected a rate of 6.8%
Economists are doubtful this week's fresh Household Labour Force figures will solve the vexed puzzle of why unemployment figures are still stubbornly high
7th May 13, 10:37am
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Economists are doubtful this week's fresh Household Labour Force figures will solve the vexed puzzle of why unemployment figures are still stubbornly high
NZIER's quarterly survey of business opinion shows most broad-based economic recovery since recession began in 2008
9th Apr 13, 10:12am
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NZIER's quarterly survey of business opinion shows most broad-based economic recovery since recession began in 2008
Rural economic confidence evaporates as drought takes hold, according to latest Westpac McDermott Miller survey
25th Mar 13, 12:41pm
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Rural economic confidence evaporates as drought takes hold, according to latest Westpac McDermott Miller survey
ANZ's latest job ads survey suggests unemployment set to continue 'bouncing around' 7% for the next six months
22nd Mar 13, 11:03am
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ANZ's latest job ads survey suggests unemployment set to continue 'bouncing around' 7% for the next six months
Households' attempts to get finances in order after the shock of the GFC are bearing fruit; but that rising house market is tempting us to borrow more again...
18th Mar 13, 9:44am
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Households' attempts to get finances in order after the shock of the GFC are bearing fruit; but that rising house market is tempting us to borrow more again...
ANZ-Roy Morgan survey of confidence shows a dip compared with previous month but outlook remains generally upbeat
15th Mar 13, 2:19pm
ANZ-Roy Morgan survey of confidence shows a dip compared with previous month but outlook remains generally upbeat
Government extends drought to include whole of North Island; says farmers in every part of the island facing 'very difficult' conditions
15th Mar 13, 10:36am
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Government extends drought to include whole of North Island; says farmers in every part of the island facing 'very difficult' conditions
Opinion: The Government needs to take a hard look at the risks to our property market and economy from a rash of foreign investment
13th Mar 13, 10:19am
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Opinion: The Government needs to take a hard look at the risks to our property market and economy from a rash of foreign investment
ANZ job ads survey shows still weak employment picture despite signs of stronger economy; Canterbury running out of steam?
21st Feb 13, 1:17pm
ANZ job ads survey shows still weak employment picture despite signs of stronger economy; Canterbury running out of steam?
OPI Pacific Finance investors get another 1.5c - but they are still 75c in the NZ$1 short
18th Feb 13, 1:34pm
OPI Pacific Finance investors get another 1.5c - but they are still 75c in the NZ$1 short
Economists suggest strong economic data may push the bank to hike interest rates earlier than planned
15th Feb 13, 4:13pm
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Economists suggest strong economic data may push the bank to hike interest rates earlier than planned
Is our economy heading into a new series of job losses, or is that just part of the transitioning of our economy? We are collecting the evidence
14th Feb 13, 4:36pm
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Is our economy heading into a new series of job losses, or is that just part of the transitioning of our economy? We are collecting the evidence
Kiwis are much more confident about future prospects and expect house prices to keep rising strongly
14th Feb 13, 1:59pm
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Kiwis are much more confident about future prospects and expect house prices to keep rising strongly