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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

27th Jan 21, 10:46pm
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Two more people test positive for COVID-19 after leaving managed isolation; There's a chance their infections may be historical but people who visited certain locations in North Auckland need to get tested and isolate
Two more people test positive for COVID-19 after leaving managed isolation; There's a chance their infections may be historical but people who visited certain locations in North Auckland need to get tested and isolate
27th Jan 21, 10:46pm
27th Jan 21, 3:33pm
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Insurance Council warns owners of units in complexes without body corps could struggle to get cover or face uphill battles when making claims
Insurance Council warns owners of units in complexes without body corps could struggle to get cover or face uphill battles when making claims
27th Jan 21, 3:33pm
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27th Jan 21, 1:20pm
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All 16 close contacts of Northland woman return negative COVID-19 tests; 98 departed managed isolation guests still being tracked down for testing
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All 16 close contacts of Northland woman return negative COVID-19 tests; 98 departed managed isolation guests still being tracked down for testing
27th Jan 21, 1:20pm
27th Jan 21, 7:33am
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Jacinda Ardern says thanks, but no thanks to National's emergency housing proposal, as the Government is slow to move on its own key supply-side initiatives
Jacinda Ardern says thanks, but no thanks to National's emergency housing proposal, as the Government is slow to move on its own key supply-side initiatives
27th Jan 21, 7:33am
26th Jan 21, 3:11pm
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Medsafe could approve Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine as early as next week; Public vaccine rollout still not expected until the middle of the year
Medsafe could approve Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine as early as next week; Public vaccine rollout still not expected until the middle of the year
26th Jan 21, 3:11pm
22nd Jan 21, 7:01pm
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Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
22nd Jan 21, 7:01pm
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22nd Jan 21, 11:09am
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CPI inflation higher than expected by RBNZ and market in December quarter at 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and 1.4% year-on-year; Rate cuts unlikely
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CPI inflation higher than expected by RBNZ and market in December quarter at 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and 1.4% year-on-year; Rate cuts unlikely
22nd Jan 21, 11:09am
21st Jan 21, 4:08pm
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Govt to unveil demand-side housing response and 'high-level' decisions around the RMA in February, followed by supply-side measures at the May Budget
Govt to unveil demand-side housing response and 'high-level' decisions around the RMA in February, followed by supply-side measures at the May Budget
21st Jan 21, 4:08pm
20th Jan 21, 8:45am
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Greens bite the bullet and call for house prices to fall; Govt announcements on housing expected as soon as Thursday
Greens bite the bullet and call for house prices to fall; Govt announcements on housing expected as soon as Thursday
20th Jan 21, 8:45am
19th Jan 21, 11:35am
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Govt requires travellers from everywhere except Australia, the Pacific and Antarctica to present a negative COVID-19 test result before coming to NZ
Govt requires travellers from everywhere except Australia, the Pacific and Antarctica to present a negative COVID-19 test result before coming to NZ
19th Jan 21, 11:35am
19th Jan 21, 10:40am
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Business confidence recovers on back of strong demand for construction, according to NZIER's latest quarterly survey
Business confidence recovers on back of strong demand for construction, according to NZIER's latest quarterly survey
19th Jan 21, 10:40am
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19th Jan 21, 10:20am
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Businesses' interest in taking out govt-backed bank loans rises, as confidence improves and the scheme's eligibility criteria are broadened
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Businesses' interest in taking out govt-backed bank loans rises, as confidence improves and the scheme's eligibility criteria are broadened
19th Jan 21, 10:20am
18th Jan 21, 4:53pm
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Attack on system banks use to share data with the Reserve Bank puts routine statistical releases on hold
Attack on system banks use to share data with the Reserve Bank puts routine statistical releases on hold
18th Jan 21, 4:53pm
13th Jan 21, 4:57pm
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ANZ economists forecast an OCR cut to 0.10% in May, but no longer see the RBNZ making the leap into negative territory
ANZ economists forecast an OCR cut to 0.10% in May, but no longer see the RBNZ making the leap into negative territory
13th Jan 21, 4:57pm
12th Jan 21, 5:29pm
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Value of NZ's housing stock up 11% in a year to $1.28 trillion - four times that of the country's annual GDP
Value of NZ's housing stock up 11% in a year to $1.28 trillion - four times that of the country's annual GDP
12th Jan 21, 5:29pm
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12th Jan 21, 1:59pm
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Govt plans to require more travellers to present negative Covid-19 test results before coming to NZ and commits to introducing an additional day 0/1 test for those in managed isolation
[Updated]
Govt plans to require more travellers to present negative Covid-19 test results before coming to NZ and commits to introducing an additional day 0/1 test for those in managed isolation
12th Jan 21, 1:59pm
12th Jan 21, 11:29am
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Jenée Tibshraeny on the billion dollars a bank has just borrowed from the RBNZ, the Chris Liddell saga, banks writing riskier mortgages and cafés closing during peak season
Jenée Tibshraeny on the billion dollars a bank has just borrowed from the RBNZ, the Chris Liddell saga, banks writing riskier mortgages and cafés closing during peak season
12th Jan 21, 11:29am
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23rd Dec 20, 9:00am
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Jenée Tibshraeny considers what would happen if house prices fell by nearly 20% - to where they were one year ago
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Jenée Tibshraeny considers what would happen if house prices fell by nearly 20% - to where they were one year ago
23rd Dec 20, 9:00am
19th Dec 20, 11:41am
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Govt broadens the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme and extends the Business Finance Guarantee Scheme as businesses worry about accessing credit
Govt broadens the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme and extends the Business Finance Guarantee Scheme as businesses worry about accessing credit
19th Dec 20, 11:41am
18th Dec 20, 1:51pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny has spent the year scrutinising the seismic government and central bank interventions made to keep the economy (and house prices) afloat. She shares her observations on the NZ Everyday Investor podcast
Jenée Tibshraeny has spent the year scrutinising the seismic government and central bank interventions made to keep the economy (and house prices) afloat. She shares her observations on the NZ Everyday Investor podcast
18th Dec 20, 1:51pm
18th Dec 20, 1:35pm
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ANZ reports major business confidence bounce-back, warning if inflation pressures continue to rise rapidly, mortgages rates might not remain rock-bottom for as long as assumed
ANZ reports major business confidence bounce-back, warning if inflation pressures continue to rise rapidly, mortgages rates might not remain rock-bottom for as long as assumed
18th Dec 20, 1:35pm
18th Dec 20, 11:03am
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Govt announces new Covid-19 funding and governance arrangements as it finally releases the findings of a review it commissioned when border workers were found to be untested in August
Govt announces new Covid-19 funding and governance arrangements as it finally releases the findings of a review it commissioned when border workers were found to be untested in August
18th Dec 20, 11:03am
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17th Dec 20, 12:01pm
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Settlement reached over Ihumātao: Crown to buy land from Fletchers for $29.9 million, Kīngitanga to provide guidance over its future
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Settlement reached over Ihumātao: Crown to buy land from Fletchers for $29.9 million, Kīngitanga to provide guidance over its future
17th Dec 20, 12:01pm
17th Dec 20, 5:00am
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Minimum wage to increase by 5.8% to $20 an hour in April, as per Labour's pre-Covid commitment
Minimum wage to increase by 5.8% to $20 an hour in April, as per Labour's pre-Covid commitment
17th Dec 20, 5:00am
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16th Dec 20, 1:01pm
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Treasury's economic outlook improves markedly from a few months ago; Expects it'll issue $20 billion less debt over four years
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Treasury's economic outlook improves markedly from a few months ago; Expects it'll issue $20 billion less debt over four years
16th Dec 20, 1:01pm

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