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Jenée Tibshraeny

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Jenée is interest.co.nz's political/economics reporter based at Parliament. She also covers insurance and personal finance. Jenée has won and 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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Articles by Jenée Tibshraeny

[Updated]
22nd Apr 21, 10:00am
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Government takes feedback on board and doubles coverage of proposed deposit insurance scheme to $100k per depositor, per institution
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Government takes feedback on board and doubles coverage of proposed deposit insurance scheme to $100k per depositor, per institution
22nd Apr 21, 10:00am
21st Apr 21, 9:00am
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A look at what government officials, deposit-takers and the public want from a deposit insurance scheme, ahead of a government update expected on Thursday
A look at what government officials, deposit-takers and the public want from a deposit insurance scheme, ahead of a government update expected on Thursday
21st Apr 21, 9:00am
20th Apr 21, 10:28am
20
How trying to time the market by dipping in and out of the NZ share market could've costed or benefited you in 2020
How trying to time the market by dipping in and out of the NZ share market could've costed or benefited you in 2020
20th Apr 21, 10:28am
18th Apr 21, 6:01am
131
A deep dive into what's causing wholesale electricity prices to soar and manufacturers curtail production
A deep dive into what's causing wholesale electricity prices to soar and manufacturers curtail production
18th Apr 21, 6:01am
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15th Apr 21, 12:01pm
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Government considering speeding up implementation of its National Policy Statement for urban development
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Government considering speeding up implementation of its National Policy Statement for urban development
15th Apr 21, 12:01pm
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14th Apr 21, 2:07pm
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RBNZ leaves monetary policy settings as they are, noting it'll take 'considerable time and patience' to reach its inflation and employment targets
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RBNZ leaves monetary policy settings as they are, noting it'll take 'considerable time and patience' to reach its inflation and employment targets
14th Apr 21, 2:07pm
14th Apr 21, 7:30am
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FMA expects some investment fund fees to fall, as it releases guidance on how fund managers need to make the case they're providing value for money
FMA expects some investment fund fees to fall, as it releases guidance on how fund managers need to make the case they're providing value for money
14th Apr 21, 7:30am
14th Apr 21, 6:56am
104
National proposes giving councils $50,000 to spend on infrastructure for every building consent issued above historic averages
National proposes giving councils $50,000 to spend on infrastructure for every building consent issued above historic averages
14th Apr 21, 6:56am
11th Apr 21, 6:00am
110
RBNZ expected to put the property investor crackdown, trans-Tasman bubble, slowing growth and higher inflation expectations aside, and take a breather before changing monetary policy
RBNZ expected to put the property investor crackdown, trans-Tasman bubble, slowing growth and higher inflation expectations aside, and take a breather before changing monetary policy
11th Apr 21, 6:00am
9th Apr 21, 10:10am
18
Air New Zealand defers capital raise plans until later in the year, as the Crown increases a loan facility for the airline by $600 million to $1.5 billion
Air New Zealand defers capital raise plans until later in the year, as the Crown increases a loan facility for the airline by $600 million to $1.5 billion
9th Apr 21, 10:10am
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8th Apr 21, 1:36pm
208
NZ citizens and residents in India barred from travelling to NZ between April 11 and 28, as COVID-19 cases in MIQ jump and a hotel security guard tests positive
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NZ citizens and residents in India barred from travelling to NZ between April 11 and 28, as COVID-19 cases in MIQ jump and a hotel security guard tests positive
8th Apr 21, 1:36pm
7th Apr 21, 5:36pm
25
David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
7th Apr 21, 5:36pm
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6th Apr 21, 4:00pm
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Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia to begin on April 19
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Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia to begin on April 19
6th Apr 21, 4:00pm
2nd Apr 21, 7:01am
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Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
2nd Apr 21, 7:01am
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31st Mar 21, 8:50am
30
Banks now allowed to pay some dividends, but RBNZ keeps restrictions in place until July 2022
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Banks now allowed to pay some dividends, but RBNZ keeps restrictions in place until July 2022
31st Mar 21, 8:50am
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29th Mar 21, 5:23pm
87
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern indicates COVID-19 won't prevent a minimum wage hike next year
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern indicates COVID-19 won't prevent a minimum wage hike next year
29th Mar 21, 5:23pm
26th Mar 21, 1:36pm
9
Finance Minister Grant Robertson wants to consider further diversifying who provides the government with banking services; Major contracts up for renewal in 2023
Finance Minister Grant Robertson wants to consider further diversifying who provides the government with banking services; Major contracts up for renewal in 2023
26th Mar 21, 1:36pm
25th Mar 21, 12:20pm
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Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
25th Mar 21, 12:20pm
24th Mar 21, 9:04am
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Budget 2021 to be delivered on May 20; Finance Minister recommits to striking a 'balance' between investing in public services and housing, while keeping a lid on debt
Budget 2021 to be delivered on May 20; Finance Minister recommits to striking a 'balance' between investing in public services and housing, while keeping a lid on debt
24th Mar 21, 9:04am
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23rd Mar 21, 3:46pm
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Govt advised against changing interest deductibility rules; Meanwhile Treasury wanted a 20-year bright-line test and Inland Revenue didn't want a change to the status quo
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Govt advised against changing interest deductibility rules; Meanwhile Treasury wanted a 20-year bright-line test and Inland Revenue didn't want a change to the status quo
23rd Mar 21, 3:46pm
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23rd Mar 21, 9:00am
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Housing policy package: Bright-line test extended, interest deductibility changed, caps on first home products lifted, more money set aside for supporting development
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Housing policy package: Bright-line test extended, interest deductibility changed, caps on first home products lifted, more money set aside for supporting development
23rd Mar 21, 9:00am
22nd Mar 21, 6:13pm
31
The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
22nd Mar 21, 6:13pm
22nd Mar 21, 12:34pm
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Secretary to The Treasury Caralee McLiesh says current debt levels are manageable and the Government has options when it comes to deciding who should bear the burden of repaying the debt
Secretary to The Treasury Caralee McLiesh says current debt levels are manageable and the Government has options when it comes to deciding who should bear the burden of repaying the debt
22nd Mar 21, 12:34pm
21st Mar 21, 6:31am
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Treasury says the Government's targeted fiscal response to COVID-19 complemented the RBNZ's monetary response; Says the impact of low interest rates on inequality is unknown
Treasury says the Government's targeted fiscal response to COVID-19 complemented the RBNZ's monetary response; Says the impact of low interest rates on inequality is unknown
21st Mar 21, 6:31am
19th Mar 21, 9:50am
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Govt signals plans to charge overseas tourists and visitors to natural hotspots more, but won't dish out more money to keep struggling tourism businesses afloat
Govt signals plans to charge overseas tourists and visitors to natural hotspots more, but won't dish out more money to keep struggling tourism businesses afloat
19th Mar 21, 9:50am

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