Bank for International Settlements figures show tens of billions of dollars of growth in New Zealand dollar and country over-the-counter interest rate derivatives over past three years

Bank for International Settlements figures show tens of billions of dollars of growth in New Zealand dollar and country over-the-counter interest rate derivatives over past three years

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Graphic evidence of casino economics
Time to get back to the basics on behalf of the majority of NZ citizens. Kiwis need bank balance sheet assets to support GDP qualifying endeavours, not financial speculation.

Deeply worrying risk increase in v short time span.
Just like 2003-06 and its all ANZ etc