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Despite the focus on big powers and mega firms, scale is not everything in the global economy. Smaller, agile firms & countries often have an edge, David Skilling says
30th Jul 22, 9:01am
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Despite the focus on big powers and mega firms, scale is not everything in the global economy. Smaller, agile firms & countries often have an edge, David Skilling says
 David Cohen on the top 5 elements affecting the New Zealand supply chain & why it's beyond time to change the way we manage our supply chains
15th Jul 22, 10:30am
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 David Cohen on the top 5 elements affecting the New Zealand supply chain & why it's beyond time to change the way we manage our supply chains
Koichi Hamada considers whether US abandonment of strategic ambiguity on Taiwan is really the best way to deter a Chinese invasion
10th Jul 22, 10:15am
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Koichi Hamada considers whether US abandonment of strategic ambiguity on Taiwan is really the best way to deter a Chinese invasion
Economist Brian Easton says behavioural economics challenges our assumptions about the relevance of rational economic man
4th Jul 22, 9:01am
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Economist Brian Easton says behavioural economics challenges our assumptions about the relevance of rational economic man
It's now 12 months since mortgage interest rates bottomed out. Anybody who fixed for a year and is now looking to refix will not enjoy what comes next - namely increases in monthly payments of close to 50%
30th Jun 22, 8:15am
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It's now 12 months since mortgage interest rates bottomed out. Anybody who fixed for a year and is now looking to refix will not enjoy what comes next - namely increases in monthly payments of close to 50%
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
28th Jun 22, 9:52am
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
27th Jun 22, 8:46am
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Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
Economist Brian Easton says the outlook does not look that promising
20th Jun 22, 8:53am
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Economist Brian Easton says the outlook does not look that promising
Ex-RBNZ Deputy Governor and Acting Governor Grant Spencer says the RBNZ should've started increasing the OCR sooner to combat inflation, gives his outlook for inflation
17th Jun 22, 12:57pm
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Ex-RBNZ Deputy Governor and Acting Governor Grant Spencer says the RBNZ should've started increasing the OCR sooner to combat inflation, gives his outlook for inflation
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% last month, with the annual rise climbing to 6.8%
14th Jun 22, 11:25am
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% last month, with the annual rise climbing to 6.8%
Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
6th Jun 22, 9:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
Stephen Roach contrasts the current US Federal Reserve chair's anti-inflation stance with that of his hawkish 1980s predecessor
27th May 22, 10:52am
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Stephen Roach contrasts the current US Federal Reserve chair's anti-inflation stance with that of his hawkish 1980s predecessor
A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
23rd May 22, 8:30am
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A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
Statistics New Zealand says food prices climbed 0.1% last month, with the rise in minimum wage having an impact
12th May 22, 11:14am
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices climbed 0.1% last month, with the rise in minimum wage having an impact
Domestic political risks with global economic & geopolitical consequences loom large around the world from China to the US. David Skilling says brace for shocks
8th May 22, 6:00am
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Domestic political risks with global economic & geopolitical consequences loom large around the world from China to the US. David Skilling says brace for shocks
Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
6th May 22, 7:35am
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Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
5th May 22, 7:30am
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Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
4th May 22, 7:25am
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Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
3rd May 22, 7:25am
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Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
2nd May 22, 7:24am
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US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
The value of virtue: Seven reasons why Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s crisis leadership has been so effective
30th Apr 22, 9:27am
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The value of virtue: Seven reasons why Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s crisis leadership has been so effective
Stephen Roach says predictions of 'the perfect soft landing' for the global economy could be wishful thinking
26th Apr 22, 3:59pm
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Stephen Roach says predictions of 'the perfect soft landing' for the global economy could be wishful thinking
We do not go to war for free; we need to factor its economic costs and its consequences into public discussions says Brian Easton
26th Apr 22, 10:31am
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We do not go to war for free; we need to factor its economic costs and its consequences into public discussions says Brian Easton
David Mahon says Shanghai’s Omicron crisis won't destabilise the Chinese Communist Party, and nor will it drive China into recession
25th Apr 22, 6:00am
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David Mahon says Shanghai’s Omicron crisis won't destabilise the Chinese Communist Party, and nor will it drive China into recession
David Hargreaves says we need to be keeping a close eye on what happens when households face - as they will - enormous increases in mortgage payments
20th Apr 22, 2:13pm
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David Hargreaves says we need to be keeping a close eye on what happens when households face - as they will - enormous increases in mortgage payments