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16 Feb 19, 9:46am
GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
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14 Feb 19, 12:28pm
Murray Grimwood looks at how we should think about environmental systems on a planet with finite limits increasingly being stretched, even if we collectively turn a blind eye to those limits
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14 Feb 19, 11:33am
New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
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13 Feb 19, 11:46am
The World Gold Council reviews a Ken Rogoff book and finds support for the role of gold in an increasingly cash-less system
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12 Feb 19, 2:35pm
Major US indices have closed the week in negative territory; USD has had its best week in over six months; NZD has been the poorest performing currency over the past week next to the AUD
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11 Feb 19, 12:16pm
Mauldin Economics' Robert Ross argues the corporate debt bubble is strikingly similar to the subprime mortgage bubble
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9 Feb 19, 9:26am
Most politicians on the UK left and the right know that leaving the EU without an exit agreement would be a national calamity. So why have almost all refused to do anything to halt the slide toward a catastrophic no-deal Brexit?
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9 Feb 19, 9:10am
How China manages its currency during its economic policy shift could have important global consequences. The risk of China crash may be low, but the risk of policy accidents is substantial
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8 Feb 19, 10:00am
Motu researchers on air pollution, free public transport, pre-trial inmates, soccer players’ contracts and learning what phylogeny means in fairy stories
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8 Feb 19, 9:43am
Wellington mortgage broker Andrew Perry spells out how consumers would be hurt if Aussie banks weren't allowed to pay brokers commission 
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6 Feb 19, 12:30pm
Capital Economics thinks the RBA's growth assumptions are too optimistic and sees them cutting both these forecasts and their policy interest rate
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6 Feb 19, 9:31am
Xi's goal is to shore up the authority of the party-state within his country, including by ensuring Chinese are not exposed to liberal-democratic ideas, and not to launch a new cold war with the West
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5 Feb 19, 2:32pm
January for equity markets turned out positive with gains of over 7.8% in the S&P; NZD has recovered well from early January 0.6600 levels reaching a high Friday; this week’s local driver will be Thursday’s NZ employment figures
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4 Feb 19, 8:25am
Mercer's David Scobie says financial markets have delivered investors a reality check
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2 Feb 19, 10:56am
Fathom Consulting's Andrew Bridgen said a year ago a US recession is due in 2020. He reviews the prescience of economists and market observers in spotting recessions before they arrive
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2 Feb 19, 9:01am
Rabobank says good production conditions and strong commodity pricing will continue in 2019. But that policy decisions made this year will determine rural resilience for the inevitable downturn
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1 Feb 19, 8:00am
Westpac's Simon Power explains why the bank is extending the Living Wage to key contractors, challenges other big businesses to consider paying the Living Wage
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31 Jan 19, 2:21pm
When governments are captured by quasi-authoritarian autocrats, the only way to escape pro-oligarch policy adjustments is by demonstrations and civil disobedience, says Piroska Nagy-Mohacsi
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30 Jan 19, 3:47pm
Infrastructure policy mistakes take decades to unwind and cost megabucks. Auckland Council economists say policy makers should 'think big' and make 'economically rigorous decisions'
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30 Jan 19, 3:22pm
President Trump succumbed to pressure over the weekend, ending the shutdown with no concession; Brexit continues to dominate the Eurozone; NZD continues to hold in the higher level
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