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

2nd Sep 15, 1:33pm
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IAG NZ chief executive Jacki Johnson on ensuring migrants have insurance, facing new competition, getting support from Australia to pay quake claims, and the future of EQC
IAG NZ chief executive Jacki Johnson on ensuring migrants have insurance, facing new competition, getting support from Australia to pay quake claims, and the future of EQC
2nd Sep 15, 1:33pm
1st Sep 15, 7:37am
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BNZ economists say the risk of NZ falling into recession is increasing by the day
BNZ economists say the risk of NZ falling into recession is increasing by the day
1st Sep 15, 7:37am
28th Aug 15, 5:17pm
Petrol companies' margins increasing despite oil prices plummeting; Labour calls for select committee inquiry, Govt says it's improving monitoring of the sector
Petrol companies' margins increasing despite oil prices plummeting; Labour calls for select committee inquiry, Govt says it's improving monitoring of the sector
28th Aug 15, 5:17pm
27th Aug 15, 4:05pm
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NZIER calls for govt to strengthen KiwiSaver scheme, to get ageing population diversifying investments beyond NZ property
NZIER calls for govt to strengthen KiwiSaver scheme, to get ageing population diversifying investments beyond NZ property
27th Aug 15, 4:05pm
27th Aug 15, 7:48am
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Shanghai Composite down, PBoC intervenes, US stocks rebound with solid data, Fed hike still "less compelling"; UST 10yr yield 2.13%; oil = US$39; NZ$1 = 64.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 68.9
Shanghai Composite down, PBoC intervenes, US stocks rebound with solid data, Fed hike still "less compelling"; UST 10yr yield 2.13%; oil = US$39; NZ$1 = 64.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 68.9
27th Aug 15, 7:48am
27th Aug 15, 6:04am
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Paul Goldsmith says banks are capable of setting their own competitive credit card rates, despite Aussie authorities pulling banks up for overcharging customers
Paul Goldsmith says banks are capable of setting their own competitive credit card rates, despite Aussie authorities pulling banks up for overcharging customers
27th Aug 15, 6:04am
26th Aug 15, 8:17am
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Chinese stocks plunge, PBoC cuts rates, US markets fail to rebound, NZ's TWI hits low; UST 10yr yield 2.10%; oil US$39/bbl; NZ$1 = 65.0 US¢, TWI-5 = 68.7
Chinese stocks plunge, PBoC cuts rates, US markets fail to rebound, NZ's TWI hits low; UST 10yr yield 2.10%; oil US$39/bbl; NZ$1 = 65.0 US¢, TWI-5 = 68.7
26th Aug 15, 8:17am
26th Aug 15, 1:02am
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NZIER survey sits between Westpac's negativity and ASB's optimism in its view of the NZ economy
NZIER survey sits between Westpac's negativity and ASB's optimism in its view of the NZ economy
26th Aug 15, 1:02am
[Updated]
21st Aug 15, 1:22pm
IAG NZ increases its profit as Aussie parent group's profit falls
[Updated]
IAG NZ increases its profit as Aussie parent group's profit falls
21st Aug 15, 1:22pm
21st Aug 15, 11:54am
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PwC report reveals NZ insurance professionals most concerned about natural disasters, change management, distribution channels, cyber risk & reputation
PwC report reveals NZ insurance professionals most concerned about natural disasters, change management, distribution channels, cyber risk & reputation
21st Aug 15, 11:54am
21st Aug 15, 7:50am
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US house sales rise to 8-yr high, Tsipras calls snap election, wait for yuan to become a reserve currency extended; NZD = 66.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.7
US house sales rise to 8-yr high, Tsipras calls snap election, wait for yuan to become a reserve currency extended; NZD = 66.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.7
21st Aug 15, 7:50am
20th Aug 15, 3:30pm
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Kiwis appear stuck with high credit card interest rates despite Aussie crack-down, with the Commerce Commission leaving them to market forces
Kiwis appear stuck with high credit card interest rates despite Aussie crack-down, with the Commerce Commission leaving them to market forces
20th Aug 15, 3:30pm
[Updated]
19th Aug 15, 10:32am
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Economists say further dairy supply cutbacks and increased demand from China are needed to pull prices out of the dumps; ASB calls for Fonterra to provide evidence it's cutting production
[Updated]
Economists say further dairy supply cutbacks and increased demand from China are needed to pull prices out of the dumps; ASB calls for Fonterra to provide evidence it's cutting production
19th Aug 15, 10:32am
19th Aug 15, 5:05am
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Labour wants Overseas Investment Office strengthened, so it can regulate foreign investors more thoroughly and transparently
Labour wants Overseas Investment Office strengthened, so it can regulate foreign investors more thoroughly and transparently
19th Aug 15, 5:05am
18th Aug 15, 11:55am
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ASB fairly upbeat about the economy, saying low interest rates and the weak dollar will prop up the economy as it takes a hit from low dairy prices and the Canterbury rebuild slowdown
ASB fairly upbeat about the economy, saying low interest rates and the weak dollar will prop up the economy as it takes a hit from low dairy prices and the Canterbury rebuild slowdown
18th Aug 15, 11:55am
17th Aug 15, 4:56pm
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Bank economists expect the price of whole milk powder to rise by as much as 10% at Wednesday morning's GlobalDairyTrade auction
Bank economists expect the price of whole milk powder to rise by as much as 10% at Wednesday morning's GlobalDairyTrade auction
17th Aug 15, 4:56pm
[Updated]
17th Aug 15, 6:01am
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KPMG reports the Chinese aren't investing as much in NZ as we may think; North Americans are investing more in NZ forestry, than the Chinese are pumping into dairy
[Updated]
KPMG reports the Chinese aren't investing as much in NZ as we may think; North Americans are investing more in NZ forestry, than the Chinese are pumping into dairy
17th Aug 15, 6:01am
[Updated]
14th Aug 15, 10:18am
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Trade Me expands its reach in the financial services market, selling general insurance underwritten by Tower
[Updated]
Trade Me expands its reach in the financial services market, selling general insurance underwritten by Tower
14th Aug 15, 10:18am
14th Aug 15, 7:46am
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PBOC pledges yuan won't devalue more, AUS housing market expected to cool, US retail sales up, oil prices plummet; UST 10yr yield 2.16%; oil below US$42/barrel; NZ$1 = 65.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.2
PBOC pledges yuan won't devalue more, AUS housing market expected to cool, US retail sales up, oil prices plummet; UST 10yr yield 2.16%; oil below US$42/barrel; NZ$1 = 65.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.2
14th Aug 15, 7:46am
14th Aug 15, 5:00am
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Parliament to hear NZ First member's Bill that proposes to oblige some migrants to take out health insurance
Parliament to hear NZ First member's Bill that proposes to oblige some migrants to take out health insurance
14th Aug 15, 5:00am

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