Video: Bill English selling NZ to save credit rating

Video: Bill English selling NZ to save credit rating

Prime Minister John Key checked with bank CEOs last week about the health of our banks and Finance Minister Bill English is talking up New Zealand in a roadshow to bond investors.

Meanwhile, Australian PM Kevin Rudd has warned of the worst recession since World War II has tax revenues slump and house prices fall. The RBA is likely to cut its key rate 100 bps to 3.25% later today. This is all in Bernard Hickey's 90 at 9 morning briefing with ASB.

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