Opinion

17 Jan 18, 9:52am
Jacob Shapiro on the coming conflict between China and Japan, Persia rises, oil’s glass ceiling, shuffling deck chairs on Europe & NAFTA’s resilience
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15 Jan 18, 2:47pm
Siah Hwee Ang says while New Zealand is on summer break China has been churning out 2018 resolutions
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15 Jan 18, 10:08am
Roger J Kerr says the landscape has shifted dramatically on the inflation front
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14 Jan 18, 6:58am
How do we get our stubbornly low pay rates up so they compare better with those in Australia? David Chaston has an idea, one that may help fight asset price inflation too
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22 Dec 17, 10:52am
The 2017 Interesties featuring Jacinda Ardern, Steven Joyce, Metiria Turei, Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, Grant Spencer, Mark Quickfall, bitcoin, DTIs, CBA, Tony Alexander, Zombie ponzi & many more
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22 Dec 17, 7:41am
Siah Hwee Ang gazes into a crystal ball to see what next year has in store for China's impact on NZ, trade and globalisation
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21 Dec 17, 1:09pm
David Hargreaves believes a sale of UDC Finance to a credible New Zealand financial institution might be the only noble way out for the ANZ after the collapse of its ill-thought-out attempt to sell the business to Chinese conglomerate HNA
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21 Dec 17, 9:12am
Nikko AM bond manager Fergus McDonald sees 2018 bringing an earlier OCR rise, rent hikes and continued share market strength
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20 Dec 17, 10:21am
Patrick Watson says asset bubbles usually only hurt the buyers who overpay, but that changes when you add leverage to the equation
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19 Dec 17, 7:39am
Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
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18 Dec 17, 3:15pm
David Hargreaves questions whether as currently drafted the Government's offshore house buying ban will prove counter-productive
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18 Dec 17, 9:15am
Roger J Kerr looks at why things could be changing for both inflation and interest rates
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16 Dec 17, 10:50am
William White says central bankers have started to miss the monetary-policy forest for the trees. He sees little evidence macroprudential tools work in the long run and may help mis-price assets
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16 Dec 17, 9:09am
Stephen Roach says the world is set up for the unwinding of three mega-trends: unconventional monetary policy, the real economy’s dependence on assets, and a potentially destabilizing global saving arbitrage
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16 Dec 17, 8:44am
Kevin Loane says that despite their unpopularity, wealth taxes may become a least bad option, as persistently weak productivity growth risks capping income gains for many
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15 Dec 17, 10:02am
Benje Patterson looks at 10 ways to kickstart your financial health
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14 Dec 17, 9:56am
Peter Dunne picks his politician of the year. It's not the person you would expect
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13 Dec 17, 10:39am
Patrick Watson argues that if and when you could ever pay your taxes in Bitcoin - then and only then could you call it money
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12 Dec 17, 9:53am
Mieke Welvaert of Infometrics has a Christmas shopping guide for electric vehicles, and some eating tips
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11 Dec 17, 10:36am
Roger J Kerr sees reasons why New Zealand's long-term interest rates will increase over the next 12 months
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