Gareth Vaughan

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Gareth is editor of interest.co.nz and has worked for more than 20 years as a financial journalist in New Zealand and the UK. He was the Commentary category winner in the 2015 EY Business Journalism Awards. In 2017 he was named Business Journalist of the Year at the Canon Media Awards, and won the Commentary category in the Shareholders' Association Business Journalism Awards.

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Articles by Gareth Vaughan

14th Jun 20, 10:38am
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Economist Stephanie Kelton talks with DCReport editor David Cay Johnston about her new book, the Deficit Myth, Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy
Economist Stephanie Kelton talks with DCReport editor David Cay Johnston about her new book, the Deficit Myth, Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy
14th Jun 20, 10:38am
14th Jun 20, 6:02am
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Kiwibank CEO Steve Jurkovich says 'flight to safety' has led to a glut of deposits & 'some people are finding it difficult' with low rates. Advises no 'hard stop' on mortgage deferrals
Kiwibank CEO Steve Jurkovich says 'flight to safety' has led to a glut of deposits & 'some people are finding it difficult' with low rates. Advises no 'hard stop' on mortgage deferrals
14th Jun 20, 6:02am
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
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Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
11th Jun 20, 11:30am
Bernstein analysts look at why the pandemic inspired increases in non-cash payments and e-commerce are likely here to stay
Bernstein analysts look at why the pandemic inspired increases in non-cash payments and e-commerce are likely here to stay
11th Jun 20, 11:30am
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11th Jun 20, 10:02am
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PwC argues rebuilding the economy post COVID-19 should include tax reforms and addressing the 'elephant in the room' of capital gains tax
[Updated]
PwC argues rebuilding the economy post COVID-19 should include tax reforms and addressing the 'elephant in the room' of capital gains tax
11th Jun 20, 10:02am
10th Jun 20, 10:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on the US$10 trillion rescue, buying shares in bankrupt companies, COVID-19 long-haulers, a reset for capitalism & a South Pacific tourism bubble
Gareth Vaughan on the US$10 trillion rescue, buying shares in bankrupt companies, COVID-19 long-haulers, a reset for capitalism & a South Pacific tourism bubble
10th Jun 20, 10:00am
8th Jun 20, 9:54am
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Bank of China New Zealand grows residential mortgage lending 14.4% in March year
Bank of China New Zealand grows residential mortgage lending 14.4% in March year
8th Jun 20, 9:54am
6th Jun 20, 10:02am
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Bank for International Settlements paper points out the financial stability implications of mortgage deferrals will be driven by the extent to which borrowers are willing & able to repay once 'holidays' end
Bank for International Settlements paper points out the financial stability implications of mortgage deferrals will be driven by the extent to which borrowers are willing & able to repay once 'holidays' end
6th Jun 20, 10:02am
5th Jun 20, 9:56am
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ANZ NZ 'very sorry' as FMA takes it to court for allegedly charging some customers for credit card repayment insurance policies that offered those customers no cover
ANZ NZ 'very sorry' as FMA takes it to court for allegedly charging some customers for credit card repayment insurance policies that offered those customers no cover
5th Jun 20, 9:56am
4th Jun 20, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan on a need for more banks, living in a burning building, New Zealand stacking up well, the collision of science and politics, the Psychopath in Chief & a song for Dominic Cummings
Gareth Vaughan on a need for more banks, living in a burning building, New Zealand stacking up well, the collision of science and politics, the Psychopath in Chief & a song for Dominic Cummings
4th Jun 20, 10:02am
3rd Jun 20, 10:15am
Banks' 'social licence' to operate is likely to curtail the mass cull of branches for now, but lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis means this can't be ruled out longer term
Banks' 'social licence' to operate is likely to curtail the mass cull of branches for now, but lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis means this can't be ruled out longer term
3rd Jun 20, 10:15am
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2nd Jun 20, 12:09pm
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ANZ announces sale of asset financier UDC to Japan's Shinsei Bank, which says UDC will continue to grow and contribute to the development of the NZ economy
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ANZ announces sale of asset financier UDC to Japan's Shinsei Bank, which says UDC will continue to grow and contribute to the development of the NZ economy
2nd Jun 20, 12:09pm
2nd Jun 20, 9:53am
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Reserve Bank data shows just how significant the initial impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been on New Zealand banks, with smaller NZ owned banks hit hardest
Reserve Bank data shows just how significant the initial impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been on New Zealand banks, with smaller NZ owned banks hit hardest
2nd Jun 20, 9:53am
29th May 20, 2:30pm
Morgan Stanley analysts crunches some numbers to estimate where loan losses from mortgage deferrals might end up for the big four banks
Morgan Stanley analysts crunches some numbers to estimate where loan losses from mortgage deferrals might end up for the big four banks
29th May 20, 2:30pm
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29th May 20, 2:20pm
TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
[Updated]
TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
29th May 20, 2:20pm
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29th May 20, 1:42pm
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Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
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Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
29th May 20, 1:42pm
28th May 20, 12:02pm
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RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand says deposit rates could drop to zero and some savers might want to put their money to work elsewhere
RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand says deposit rates could drop to zero and some savers might want to put their money to work elsewhere
28th May 20, 12:02pm
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28th May 20, 11:50am
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Statistics New Zealand says job numbers fell by 37,500 in April, the biggest volume and percentage fall since its 'filled jobs series' began in 1999
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Statistics New Zealand says job numbers fell by 37,500 in April, the biggest volume and percentage fall since its 'filled jobs series' began in 1999
28th May 20, 11:50am
28th May 20, 9:51am
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HSBC could quit small, non-strategic countries including New Zealand, the Financial Times suggests. HSBC NZ says business constantly reviewed but Asia will continue to be a core engine for business growth
HSBC could quit small, non-strategic countries including New Zealand, the Financial Times suggests. HSBC NZ says business constantly reviewed but Asia will continue to be a core engine for business growth
28th May 20, 9:51am
28th May 20, 5:00am
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RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr says bank regulatory capital increases on ice during COVID-19 crisis remain very much in the regulator's plans
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr says bank regulatory capital increases on ice during COVID-19 crisis remain very much in the regulator's plans
28th May 20, 5:00am

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