Opinion

30 Apr 18, 8:48am
Roger J Kerr with some questions for the RBNZ to consider in the run up to the new Governor's first Monetary Policy Statement next month
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30 Apr 18, 7:33am
Simon Papa argues there's a way to both stop NZ's Financial Service Providers Register being a register of convenience & support legitimate financial services exports
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29 Apr 18, 7:04am
The weeks leading up to the Budget are usually a time for the Government to tease out new funding it plans to unveil but this year it's going to be different, says Jason Walls
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27 Apr 18, 10:00am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on housing supply, urban planning, earthquakes, rent controls, transportation, foreign buyer bans & more
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26 Apr 18, 12:04pm
Has US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer made an ironclad case against China in his so-called Section 301 report? Stephen Roach thinks not, calling it wide of the mark in key areas
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26 Apr 18, 11:59am
Patrick Watson probes the impact on the economy from people sharing more personal information and expecting others to do the same
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25 Apr 18, 7:24am
The greater the grillings Gerry Brownlee and Sid Miller receive for EQC’s re-repairs cost blowout, the more evident the lack of scrutiny of former AMI directors becomes
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24 Apr 18, 4:24pm
David Hargreaves says the tweaks the National Government made to immigration settings towards the end of its tenure have turned the migration tide
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24 Apr 18, 8:12am
David Hargreaves updates where ANZ has got to with its now tortuous attempt to offload its New Zealand finance arm
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24 Apr 18, 7:39am
John Mauldin delves into the trade & economic relationship between China & the US, hoping wise & cool heads prevail in a time of tension
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23 Apr 18, 5:18pm
Tex Edwards cooks up a multi course recipe to improve housing affordability in New Zealand. With market failure more government involvement is required, he argues 
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23 Apr 18, 11:24am
Roger J Kerr now sees it as less likely that business confidence is going to recover
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21 Apr 18, 11:43am
Brian Davidson doesn't think much of Donald Trump, but he does like his policy approaches on massive stimulus, and tackling China on trade
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21 Apr 18, 10:05am
Despite National’s attempts to paint the three-headed Government as uneasy bedfellows, the Labour, Greens & NZ First alliance has held up rather well… so far
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21 Apr 18, 10:00am
Ewen McCann discusses a new approach to taxation - allowing tax avoidance practices to continue but taxing the pecuniary gains that they generate
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21 Apr 18, 9:57am
Out of date report on the state of our soils raises important issues says Guy Trafford, even if it is seriously deficient in a range of practical matters
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20 Apr 18, 11:40am
When it’s natural, real and as nature intended we have a real competitive advantage so long as we have our story straight, says St John Craner
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20 Apr 18, 10:00am
Tom Coupé on Artificial Intelligence including computers reaching human-like intelligence, will we lose our jobs, self-driving cars, Mark Zuckerberg's trash & more
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19 Apr 18, 10:16am
Rezoning to allow more intensive development brought windfall profits for some property owners, not so much for others, says Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy
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19 Apr 18, 8:33am
Farmers have to think more like marketers and less like farmers to remain relevant and profitable because relying on their processors alone won't make this happen, says St John Craner
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