NZ must brace for more big supply shocks - Productivity Commission
The commission's last report warns of the need to prepare for economic disruption.
Big profit hit for NZ's largest listed retirement company
Market conditions, the phasing of new main buildings take a toll on the business.
Hedge fund stampede into cocoa futures fuels record price jump
Speculative traders have amassed a $US8.7b bet on further gains, the largest ever.
'Tough love': Luxon paints 'rough' economic picture amid massive infrastructure deficit
The Prime Minister said he was willing to make some 'tough choices'.
Game over? Industry suffers slowdown after decades-long winning streak
Sales growth in consoles and mobile apps hit as outlook clouds for $326b sector.
The uninsurable world: What climate change is costing property owners
Soaring premiums are a de facto ‘carbon price’ on consumers as the weather gets worse.
Liam Dann: Is New Zealand's population growing too fast?
OPINION: The new Government faces some big issues around immigration policy.
Bruce Cotterill: Saving journalism - you don’t know what you’ve got, till it’s gone
OPINION: The world’s media, currently bruised and battered, have a huge job to do.
Why Fletcher Building has lagged the market for over a decade
Fletcher shocked the market with an unexpected $120 million first-half loss.
NZ added the population of Taranaki in 2023 - what does that mean for interest rates?
New Stats NZ data shows unprecedented levels of migration continue in both directions.
'Bread-and-butter Government': Nicola Willis borrows familiar phrase in economic speech
Finance Minister Nicola Willis used one of Labour's favourite phrases in a recent speech.
Young Kiwis head for Australia in record numbers - but immigration boom rolls on
Despite high net gains we may have passed the peak
Downbeat data points to easing inflation, less pressure on RBNZ to hike rates
Subdued consumer prices, card spending and housing data will give RBNZ pause for thought.
Fletcher shares plunge amid $120m loss: Why CEO and chairman are going
'We both realise the buck stops with us. It’s in the best interests for us to hand over.'
Kate MacNamara: What did we get for the $3b spent on regional development?
OPINION: Lies, damned lies and ministerial briefings on regional development.
Food prices on the rise again - milk, eggs and chocolate lead the way
Despite a monthly rise, annual price increases were the lowest since November 2021.
Retail spending rebounds but monetary policy still holding us back
Electronic card transaction data for January showed a bump in spending.
Investors scale back bets of May rate cut on strong US inflation figures
Resilience in price pressures comes as Federal Reserve considers when to cut rates.
‘Issues keep arising’: Calls for Fletcher Building board shake-up
'Fletcher has done considerably worse than the average company on the stock exchange.'
Helen Clark and Don Brash: We must not abandon our independent foreign policy
OPINION: NZ's relationship with the United States and China has changed.