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Jenée Tibshraeny

About

Jenée was interest.co.nz's political and economics reporter based in the Parliamentary Press Gallery until April 2022. She also covered insurance and personal finance. Jenée has won or been a finalist in journalism awards run by the New Zealand Shareholders' Association, Insurance Council of New Zealand and NPA/Voyager.

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7 years 6 months

Latest articles

Reserve Bank Deputy Governor confirms LVRs will remain in place if new restrictions are applied to mortgage lending; Says the RBNZ will start publishing macroprudential policy projections
28th Apr 22, 11:11am
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Reserve Bank Deputy Governor confirms LVRs will remain in place if new restrictions are applied to mortgage lending; Says the RBNZ will start publishing macroprudential policy projections
National says it would only continue contributing to the Super Fund if 'fiscal conditions allow'
27th Apr 22, 10:19am
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National says it would only continue contributing to the Super Fund if 'fiscal conditions allow'
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
A closer look at how the interest rates banks use to stress test mortgage applicants are due to rise, and possibly be set by the Reserve Bank
25th Apr 22, 8:30am
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A closer look at how the interest rates banks use to stress test mortgage applicants are due to rise, and possibly be set by the Reserve Bank
NZ faces rising living costs and higher unemployment at a time a large number of people already require government support
21st Apr 22, 5:17pm
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NZ faces rising living costs and higher unemployment at a time a large number of people already require government support
Finance Minister Grant Robertson not (yet at least) signalling intent to respond to the Reserve Bank's call for help tackling inflation
19th Apr 22, 2:57pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson not (yet at least) signalling intent to respond to the Reserve Bank's call for help tackling inflation
TOP leader Raf Manji argues the RBNZ shouldn't overcook its response to inflation, as it overcooked its response to Covid-19
18th Apr 22, 9:15am
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TOP leader Raf Manji argues the RBNZ shouldn't overcook its response to inflation, as it overcooked its response to Covid-19
Economists see the Reserve Bank cranking up the OCR by another 50 points in May to prevent it ultimately landing as high as financial markets were expecting
13th Apr 22, 7:05pm
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Economists see the Reserve Bank cranking up the OCR by another 50 points in May to prevent it ultimately landing as high as financial markets were expecting
Reserve Bank lifts Official Cash Rate by 50 points to 1.5%, 'bringing forward' monetary tightening to avoid high inflation becoming embedded
13th Apr 22, 2:10pm
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Reserve Bank lifts Official Cash Rate by 50 points to 1.5%, 'bringing forward' monetary tightening to avoid high inflation becoming embedded
Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
13th Apr 22, 1:41pm
Bars and nightclubs can resume operating normally from Thursday, as NZ moves to the Orange setting of the traffic light system
Government signals fuel tax cuts might come to a screeching halt after 3 months, as officials warn gradually removing discounts could be tricky
12th Apr 22, 4:08pm
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Government signals fuel tax cuts might come to a screeching halt after 3 months, as officials warn gradually removing discounts could be tricky
Reserve Bank between a rock and a hard place, as it needs to kill inflation without killing the economy
10th Apr 22, 6:00am
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Reserve Bank between a rock and a hard place, as it needs to kill inflation without killing the economy
Jen​ée Tibshraeny on how the evolving relationship between the government and Reserve Bank will affect policymaking
8th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Jen​ée Tibshraeny on how the evolving relationship between the government and Reserve Bank will affect policymaking
Current Covid-19 restrictions to remain in place until at least April 14; Ardern says we aren't out of the woods yet
4th Apr 22, 4:34pm
Current Covid-19 restrictions to remain in place until at least April 14; Ardern says we aren't out of the woods yet
LINZ issues guidance clarifying that while foreigners can't buy existing houses in NZ, they can build rental houses
31st Mar 22, 9:30am
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LINZ issues guidance clarifying that while foreigners can't buy existing houses in NZ, they can build rental houses
Robertson: $5 billion bill for Reserve Bank's bond-buying programme the product of a risk deemed 'worth taking' in 2020
30th Mar 22, 7:44am
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Robertson: $5 billion bill for Reserve Bank's bond-buying programme the product of a risk deemed 'worth taking' in 2020
Policymakers at numbers 1 and 2 The Terrace to work more closely together, as Treasury will from July officially start monitoring the Reserve Bank
28th Mar 22, 10:30am
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Policymakers at numbers 1 and 2 The Terrace to work more closely together, as Treasury will from July officially start monitoring the Reserve Bank
Stats NZ survey shows a third of NZ businesses had been acting in response to climate change ahead of emissions reporting rules taking effect and the Government releasing its Emissions Reduction Plan
26th Mar 22, 9:00am
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Stats NZ survey shows a third of NZ businesses had been acting in response to climate change ahead of emissions reporting rules taking effect and the Government releasing its Emissions Reduction Plan
IMF calls for 'significant increases' to the OCR, more targeted govt spending than fuel tax cuts, a lower corporate tax rate and introduction of a capital gains tax
24th Mar 22, 9:11am
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IMF calls for 'significant increases' to the OCR, more targeted govt spending than fuel tax cuts, a lower corporate tax rate and introduction of a capital gains tax
Covid-19 rules relaxed: Gathering limits loosened from this weekend; vaccine passes and some vaccine mandates to be removed from April 5
23rd Mar 22, 11:40am
Covid-19 rules relaxed: Gathering limits loosened from this weekend; vaccine passes and some vaccine mandates to be removed from April 5
Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
22nd Mar 22, 4:53pm
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Rising interest rates could see government suffer a $5 billion loss from the Reserve Bank's QE programme
Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
19th Mar 22, 9:30am
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Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
Government reacted to high petrol prices like it did to Covid, side-stepping usual processes to rush through a temporary tax cut
18th Mar 22, 5:16pm
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Government reacted to high petrol prices like it did to Covid, side-stepping usual processes to rush through a temporary tax cut
Economists critical of Government's decision to temporarily cut fuel taxes and halve public transport fares, calling the move a 'short-term band aid'
17th Mar 22, 3:42pm
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Economists critical of Government's decision to temporarily cut fuel taxes and halve public transport fares, calling the move a 'short-term band aid'
NZ to welcomes travelers from Australia from April 12 and those from 'visa waiver' countries and territories from May 1
16th Mar 22, 12:04pm
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NZ to welcomes travelers from Australia from April 12 and those from 'visa waiver' countries and territories from May 1