Economist Cameron Bagrie talks to Liam Dann about money, politics and changing the world
NZIER economist Peter Wilson did the research behind new immigration policy.
Kiwi business owners say New Zealand's labour shortage has reached crisis point.
The big first quarter surge in economic activity means rates could rise sooner.
GDP rose higher than expectations in the first three months of the year.
New GDP data is due this morning. Liam Dann looks at what we should make of it.
Listen: Rob Fyfe talks life, money and politics with Liam Dann on the Money Talks podcast.
The political right needs to do some fresh thinking to stay relevant in post-Covid world.
Pie Funds chief executive Mike Taylor on crypto crash and what inflation means for shares.
New podcast: Green MP on gangster rap, living on 2-minute noodles and left-wing economics.
Fitch Solutions tips the kiwi dollar to rise as economy improves through next 18 months.
This Saturday is the first big leaders meeting of Apec 2021, when trade ministers meet.
Debate on the rise of inflation is running hot, thankfully Adrian Orr isn't picking sides.
New Productivity Commission report shows NZ still struggling to lift economic efficiency.
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate unchanged as widely expected.
Global paranoia about inflation is building. How will our Reserve Bank respond this week?
Treasury's economic forecasts look rosy, but they include three very bold assumptions.
Better luck next year: Business disappointed but forecasts suggest more stimulus to come.
The first full year of closed borders is reflected in the latest migration numbers
Getting back to business as usual is probably for the next Budget, Thomas Pippos says.
Finance Minister needs to be prepared for backlash as he sticks to middle path on Budget.
A stronger economy provides Grant Robertson with Budget choices. Which way will he lean?
New data adds to fears of labour shortages restricting growth
Global markets are seeing a shift in investor focus from lock down to recovery stocks.
The economy survived what was supposed to be a very tough quarter with jobs growth intact
Labour Market data due Wednesday will offer more clues to the strength of the economy.
China Summit: Ex leaders say New Zealand should follow its own path on China.
Home Truths: Could this month's Budget offer more policies to drive affordable housing?
A complex Reserve Bank policy scrap goes to the heart of a bigger global economic debate.
Business sentiment suggests stronger economic growth possible, if supply constraints allow
Detailed new data shows where economists got it wrong with forecasts last year.
Immigration is the unknown variable when economists try to forecast the next few years.
A comprehensive report on NZ's productivity weakness suggests big changes are needed.
Political debate should focus on specifics. Competence not ideology is what matters now.
The RBNZ continues to keep its options wide open as it deals with Covid-19 uncertainty.
Annual net migration figure has plunged as Covid-19 restrictions bite.
The RBNZ has kept the official cash rate on hold at 0.25 per cent.
Firms say domestic demand is holding steady but supply shortages are causing big problems.
Covid-19 and Joe Biden are driving the biggest change in global economics in 40 years.
"There's a limit to how many pools and pizza ovens can fit in the backyard."
US return to global tax talks is good news for NZ but could cause issues for film sector.
After a huge initial slump shares have soared through the 12 months of the pandemic.
Rob Fyfe, Helen Clark and Sir Peter Gluckman have talked about re-engaging with the world.
A table ranking regional economic performance reflects the two speeds of the recovery.
Kiwi attitudes to share investing have matured - now it's time to grow up about housing.
Economists outline their views on how property prices will fare.
New housing policies will slow the housing market but could they also slow the economy?
Business leaders still seeking clarity after open letter voicing concern on recovery plan.
The GDP slump is a reminder that we still have a tough road of economic recovery ahead.
New Zealand's economy shrank sharply in the last quarter of 2020.
Did the economy lose its post-lockdown momentum in the final quarter of 2020?
Food prices have been subdued of late but global commodity markets point to big rises.
Tomatoes are just one of several foods that have seen prices fall during the pandemic.
NZ benefits from China rebound and rising commodity prices as Asia Pacific leads recovery.
What happens to inflation post-pandemic is the big economic debate of the day.
Covid recovery lifting bond yields and deflating shares - how should investors respond?