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

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13th May 20, 2:13pm
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RBNZ nearly doubles quantitative easing programme to $60 billion; Reaffirms forward guidance to keep OCR at 0.25%, but specifically says it's prepared to reduce the OCR further; Sees deflation occurring in 2021
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RBNZ nearly doubles quantitative easing programme to $60 billion; Reaffirms forward guidance to keep OCR at 0.25%, but specifically says it's prepared to reduce the OCR further; Sees deflation occurring in 2021
13th May 20, 2:13pm
13th May 20, 1:01pm
82
Jacinda Ardern hints at what's to come in Budget 2020, saying it will prioritise supporting people to stay in their current jobs or move to new ones
Jacinda Ardern hints at what's to come in Budget 2020, saying it will prioritise supporting people to stay in their current jobs or move to new ones
13th May 20, 1:01pm
12th May 20, 1:52pm
96
How Thursday's Budget will provide the next wave of support for businesses and households, but won't actually hit 'reset' on our economy
How Thursday's Budget will provide the next wave of support for businesses and households, but won't actually hit 'reset' on our economy
12th May 20, 1:52pm
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11th May 20, 4:21pm
166
NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
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NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
11th May 20, 4:21pm
9th May 20, 12:22pm
208
RBNZ expected to double QE programme on Wednesday, but will it provide more forward guidance and signal it might - just maybe - cut the OCR before next year?
RBNZ expected to double QE programme on Wednesday, but will it provide more forward guidance and signal it might - just maybe - cut the OCR before next year?
9th May 20, 12:22pm
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8th May 20, 2:22pm
77
FMA cautions new investors against piling into the NZX if they haven't done their homework, as its Aussie counterpart proves retail investors trying to time the market are failing miserably
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FMA cautions new investors against piling into the NZX if they haven't done their homework, as its Aussie counterpart proves retail investors trying to time the market are failing miserably
8th May 20, 2:22pm
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7th May 20, 1:45pm
158
PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
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PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
7th May 20, 1:45pm
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7th May 20, 12:19pm
106
Next week's Budget to focus on strengthening the public sector, providing increasingly targeted support for households and businesses and rebuilding a new-look New Zealand
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Next week's Budget to focus on strengthening the public sector, providing increasingly targeted support for households and businesses and rebuilding a new-look New Zealand
7th May 20, 12:19pm
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6th May 20, 10:29am
66
RBNZ releases economic scenarios ahead of much-anticipated Monetary Policy Statement; Takes a more upbeat view than Treasury, but notes that even at Level 1 international tourism will be reduced to 10% of normal activity
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RBNZ releases economic scenarios ahead of much-anticipated Monetary Policy Statement; Takes a more upbeat view than Treasury, but notes that even at Level 1 international tourism will be reduced to 10% of normal activity
6th May 20, 10:29am
5th May 20, 4:53pm
84
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
5th May 20, 4:53pm
4th May 20, 6:34pm
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Jacinda Ardern expects the formation of a trans-Tasman bubble to see quarantine restrictions lifted, but says this won't happen in the 'very, very near short-term'
Jacinda Ardern expects the formation of a trans-Tasman bubble to see quarantine restrictions lifted, but says this won't happen in the 'very, very near short-term'
4th May 20, 6:34pm
2nd May 20, 3:24pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny on what was worse than Parliament mistakenly passing a law enabling taxpayers to lend billions to business
Jenée Tibshraeny on what was worse than Parliament mistakenly passing a law enabling taxpayers to lend billions to business
2nd May 20, 3:24pm
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1st May 20, 4:05pm
79
Government broadens Business Finance Guarantee Scheme substantially to include both agri and very small businesses; Also allows banks to write unsecured loans should they choose to do so
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Government broadens Business Finance Guarantee Scheme substantially to include both agri and very small businesses; Also allows banks to write unsecured loans should they choose to do so
1st May 20, 4:05pm
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1st May 20, 12:36pm
151
Govt to write "viable" small businesses loans of up to $100k depending on how many employees they have
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Govt to write "viable" small businesses loans of up to $100k depending on how many employees they have
1st May 20, 12:36pm
30th Apr 20, 4:34pm
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New law enables Crown to write COVID-19-affected SMEs loans; IRD to administer the scheme; Details to be unveiled on Friday
New law enables Crown to write COVID-19-affected SMEs loans; IRD to administer the scheme; Details to be unveiled on Friday
30th Apr 20, 4:34pm
30th Apr 20, 11:33am
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Experienced banker makes a case for the RBNZ following the Bank of England in directly financing the Government, as the period of peak central bank independence ends
Experienced banker makes a case for the RBNZ following the Bank of England in directly financing the Government, as the period of peak central bank independence ends
30th Apr 20, 11:33am
29th Apr 20, 3:50pm
89
Government looking to help commercial landlords and tenants negotiate rent concessions, but won't subsidise rent costs nor impose blanket rent hike freezes
Government looking to help commercial landlords and tenants negotiate rent concessions, but won't subsidise rent costs nor impose blanket rent hike freezes
29th Apr 20, 3:50pm
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29th Apr 20, 1:08pm
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Winston Peters defends Govt's decision to allow 80,000 traveling NZers back into the country from March 14, despite the Ministry of Health advising against this
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Winston Peters defends Govt's decision to allow 80,000 traveling NZers back into the country from March 14, despite the Ministry of Health advising against this
29th Apr 20, 1:08pm
28th Apr 20, 5:30pm
144
Wearing his NZ First leader's hat, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says COVID-19 has highlighted the pitfalls of globalisation so NZ needs to respond by being more self-sufficient
Wearing his NZ First leader's hat, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says COVID-19 has highlighted the pitfalls of globalisation so NZ needs to respond by being more self-sufficient
28th Apr 20, 5:30pm
28th Apr 20, 10:00am
135
Westpac chief economist and Triple T Consulting founder expect the RBNZ will have to take the OCR into negative territory earlier than indicated
Westpac chief economist and Triple T Consulting founder expect the RBNZ will have to take the OCR into negative territory earlier than indicated
28th Apr 20, 10:00am

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