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6th Apr 21, 1:23pm
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ASB economists says rent controls benefit incumbent renters, regardless of their financial circumstances, but 'pretty much everyone else' bears costs
ASB economists says rent controls benefit incumbent renters, regardless of their financial circumstances, but 'pretty much everyone else' bears costs
6th Apr 21, 1:23pm
6th Apr 21, 9:56am
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Eswar Prasad warns of a deepening growth divergence across countries and regions emerging from the pandemic
Eswar Prasad warns of a deepening growth divergence across countries and regions emerging from the pandemic
6th Apr 21, 9:56am
6th Apr 21, 8:43am
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Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?
Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?
6th Apr 21, 8:43am
6th Apr 21, 7:59am
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Roger J Kerr says as the halo has signs of starting to slip off PM Jacinda Ardern’s head, the Kiwi dollar is also now slipping in value in the unforgiving theatre of global currency markets
Roger J Kerr says as the halo has signs of starting to slip off PM Jacinda Ardern’s head, the Kiwi dollar is also now slipping in value in the unforgiving theatre of global currency markets
6th Apr 21, 7:59am
6th Apr 21, 7:51am
Super strong US economic data. Equities higher but bond yields go sideways. USD weakens across the board, NZD back to 0.7060. RBA meeting today and NZ govt. announcement on Trans-Tasman bubble
Super strong US economic data. Equities higher but bond yields go sideways. USD weakens across the board, NZD back to 0.7060. RBA meeting today and NZ govt. announcement on Trans-Tasman bubble
6th Apr 21, 7:51am
6th Apr 21, 7:19am
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IMF sees growth rising in first world, but developing world to struggle; China PMIs weaken; US jobs growth surges; Yellen calls for big tax changes; UST 10yr at 1.71%; oil jumps and gold lower; NZ$1 = 70.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.1
IMF sees growth rising in first world, but developing world to struggle; China PMIs weaken; US jobs growth surges; Yellen calls for big tax changes; UST 10yr at 1.71%; oil jumps and gold lower; NZ$1 = 70.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.1
6th Apr 21, 7:19am
5th Apr 21, 10:22am
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Powerdownkiwi marks his ten years commenting here with a Top 10, noting his message gets a more sympathetic hearing now, after another decade of obvious economic imbalance
Powerdownkiwi marks his ten years commenting here with a Top 10, noting his message gets a more sympathetic hearing now, after another decade of obvious economic imbalance
5th Apr 21, 10:22am
5th Apr 21, 9:24am
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Thitinan Pongsudhirak shows how the recent military takeover in Myanmar could undermine ASEAN - and weaken regional stability more broadly, to China's advantage
Thitinan Pongsudhirak shows how the recent military takeover in Myanmar could undermine ASEAN - and weaken regional stability more broadly, to China's advantage
5th Apr 21, 9:24am
5th Apr 21, 8:59am
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Mark Tanner sees the relations between China and the West becoming increasingly polarised, and working with issues sensitive to China will become an ever-more delicate balancing act for brands straddling markets in both spheres
Mark Tanner sees the relations between China and the West becoming increasingly polarised, and working with issues sensitive to China will become an ever-more delicate balancing act for brands straddling markets in both spheres
5th Apr 21, 8:59am
5th Apr 21, 8:29am
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Alison Brook says the time may be right (if not overdue) for the Government to consider using tax incentives to boost household savings. Decades of other ideas have failed
Alison Brook says the time may be right (if not overdue) for the Government to consider using tax incentives to boost household savings. Decades of other ideas have failed
5th Apr 21, 8:29am
5th Apr 21, 8:02am
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Chris Trotter says equal opportunity misfortunes, experiences related much more closely to one’s location in the socio-economic power structure, may be more important than race in determining a life's economic success
Chris Trotter says equal opportunity misfortunes, experiences related much more closely to one’s location in the socio-economic power structure, may be more important than race in determining a life's economic success
5th Apr 21, 8:02am
5th Apr 21, 6:31am
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With Westpac reviewing its ownership of Westpac NZ, Gareth Vaughan ponders the questions of why anyone might sell an oligopoly bank, and who might want to buy an oligopoly bank
With Westpac reviewing its ownership of Westpac NZ, Gareth Vaughan ponders the questions of why anyone might sell an oligopoly bank, and who might want to buy an oligopoly bank
5th Apr 21, 6:31am
4th Apr 21, 7:01am
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Infometrics' Brad Olsen points out that we import three times more chocolate than we export, but our exports are growing fast again. Wellington is the centre of our chocolate industry
Infometrics' Brad Olsen points out that we import three times more chocolate than we export, but our exports are growing fast again. Wellington is the centre of our chocolate industry
4th Apr 21, 7:01am
4th Apr 21, 6:31am
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David Hargreaves says the alarming rise in high debt-to-income ratio borrowing highlights why the Reserve Bank should be allowed to implement across-the-board DTI limits without any exceptions
David Hargreaves says the alarming rise in high debt-to-income ratio borrowing highlights why the Reserve Bank should be allowed to implement across-the-board DTI limits without any exceptions
4th Apr 21, 6:31am
3rd Apr 21, 11:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Rob Stokes over the increasing and unnecessarily acrimonious push by politicians to push high country farmers off their leased properties via compounding bureaucratic strangulation
Angus Kebbell talks with Rob Stokes over the increasing and unnecessarily acrimonious push by politicians to push high country farmers off their leased properties via compounding bureaucratic strangulation
3rd Apr 21, 11:19am
3rd Apr 21, 10:03am
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Lee Jong-Wha thinks the East Asia region will fail to achieve global dominance without unified, collective leadership
Lee Jong-Wha thinks the East Asia region will fail to achieve global dominance without unified, collective leadership
3rd Apr 21, 10:03am
3rd Apr 21, 9:51am
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Willem Buiter refutes the notion that decentralised private cryptocurrencies could ever be a sensible investment
Willem Buiter refutes the notion that decentralised private cryptocurrencies could ever be a sensible investment
3rd Apr 21, 9:51am
3rd Apr 21, 9:36am
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Guy Trafford points out that while we may have been safe during the pandemic, we are now underperforming economically and vulnerable to the economic nationalism the pandemic has spawned
Guy Trafford points out that while we may have been safe during the pandemic, we are now underperforming economically and vulnerable to the economic nationalism the pandemic has spawned
3rd Apr 21, 9:36am
3rd Apr 21, 9:16am
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New property listings in Auckland at their highest level for the month of March since 2017
New property listings in Auckland at their highest level for the month of March since 2017
3rd Apr 21, 9:16am
3rd Apr 21, 8:58am
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US employment surges; factories are busier worldwide; China's rise eases off; IMF warns of risks in two-speed recoveries; UST 10yr at 1.71%; oil holds and gold recovers; NZ$1 = 70.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
US employment surges; factories are busier worldwide; China's rise eases off; IMF warns of risks in two-speed recoveries; UST 10yr at 1.71%; oil holds and gold recovers; NZ$1 = 70.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
3rd Apr 21, 8:58am
3rd Apr 21, 6:21am
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Overall sales rate of 61% at the Auckland auctions - 77% in the Bay of Plenty
Overall sales rate of 61% at the Auckland auctions - 77% in the Bay of Plenty
3rd Apr 21, 6:21am
2nd Apr 21, 7:01am
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Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
2nd Apr 21, 7:01am
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1st Apr 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; CoreLogic's HPI jumps again, consumer attitudes shift, Crown Accounts improve, bond tender yields rise, swaps stable, NZD soft, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; CoreLogic's HPI jumps again, consumer attitudes shift, Crown Accounts improve, bond tender yields rise, swaps stable, NZD soft, & more
1st Apr 21, 3:59pm
1st Apr 21, 2:31pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #762; Tender Date 1 Apr 2021
NZ Govt Bond Tender #762; Tender Date 1 Apr 2021
1st Apr 21, 2:31pm
1st Apr 21, 12:03pm
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NZ's Vivier & Company, allegedly run by a convicted British fraudster, is accused by a NZ foreign trust of failing provide insurance and pay interest on $4m of deposits. So what was the point of the FMA's action against Vivier almost 6 years ago?
NZ's Vivier & Company, allegedly run by a convicted British fraudster, is accused by a NZ foreign trust of failing provide insurance and pay interest on $4m of deposits. So what was the point of the FMA's action against Vivier almost 6 years ago?
1st Apr 21, 12:03pm

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