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23 Sep 15, 12:55pm
Bernard's Top 10: China fires up its real estate bubble machine again; Have Sydney and Auckland's housing markets peaked?; Who makes the most from a can of infant formula? Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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18 Sep 15, 2:05pm
Jason Krupp on Chinese housing investment, housing affordability, crowdfunding, political correctness, Dilbert & more
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16 Sep 15, 1:55pm
Bernard's Top 10: The real sharing economy is dead; How Tony Abbott imploded; What a Fed rate hike would mean; Keating vs Hewson (rap duet style); Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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11 Sep 15, 10:02am
Kirdan Lees on public transport & Uber, the difficulty of inflation forecasting, Treasury going viral, arresting bad behaviour at the school gate, China & Japan, Dilbert & more
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9 Sep 15, 1:05pm
Bernard's Top 10: Why do some investors accept such low yields?; Earning US$2.2 mln a day; The slumlords of Queenstown; India's dirty tea leaves; The 'Chairman's flight' Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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4 Sep 15, 4:31pm
Bernard's Top 10: The problem with driverless cars is cars with drivers; The problem with NZ's low-skilled migrant policy; Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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2 Sep 15, 10:56am
Martien Lubberink on to bail-in or not to bail-in, empty shelves and fire sales in Greece, Dilbert & more
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28 Aug 15, 10:34am
Oliver Hartwich on doom and gloom in the global economy and the Donald Trump effect
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26 Aug 15, 12:34pm
Bernard's Top 10: QE 4?; China's new US$101 bln lending spree; Peak globalisation?; Is Mr Market right about China; Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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21 Aug 15, 10:04am
Matt Nolan on 10 ways we can look at the New Zealand job and labour markets
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19 Aug 15, 1:36pm
Bernard's Top 10: Jeremy Corbyn's idea of a 'People's Quantitative Easing'; Could TPP cut dairy access?; John Oliver on our flag debate
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14 Aug 15, 10:02am
Benje Patterson on 10 reasons why you shouldn’t get your knickers in a twist over the sour outlook for the dairy sector
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12 Aug 15, 10:23am
Bernard's Top 10: Just wait until the Chinese start printing too; How moral hazard has globalised too; The Mike Hosking effect; A beggar-thy-neighbour race to the bottom
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7 Aug 15, 10:02am
Gareth Vaughan on the milk powder paradox, a Chinese farmer's big sharemarket loss, Ambrose out of his bunker, things going wrong for a well intentioned boss & more
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5 Aug 15, 2:12pm
Bernard's Top 10:The winners and the losers in the 'Gig' economy; Will the NZ$ hit 50 USc?; The link between US rates and mortgages rates
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31 Jul 15, 12:54pm
Bernard's Top 10: A star system for landlords and tenants; NZ's crazy-high migration; Moral hazard and the death of trust; Why some don't care about the price of assets
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29 Jul 15, 11:24am
Observations from Brazil, the pitfalls of having more money than sense, living frugally, the Chinese-sounding name debacle, creating ethical robots and more
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24 Jul 15, 10:01am
China: the Known Unknown. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at propping up the sharemarket, provincial debt, capital leakage, 'real' GDP, the labour market, dissent, Dilbert and more
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22 Jul 15, 1:52pm
Bernard's Top 10: Why Chinese families want to buy homes in NZ; How agents are marketing a Queen St apartment; The 'Nanjing Road' of Auckland; Hot money flows out of China surge in 2015
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17 Jul 15, 1:02pm
Paul Barber on inequality issues, a new film, indebted Kiwis, ghettos of the rich and homeless poor, incentives and sanctions, some glimmers of hope, Dilbert and more
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