The Reserve Bank’s cut to the official cash rate is an admission it has been wrong all along, says New Zealand First.
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The Reserve Bank’s tinkering avoids critical issues of the runaway Auckland housing market, says New Zealand First.
The Reserve Bank confirmed today Auckland house prices will continue to soar while the government allows wholesale immigration, says New Zealand First.
Kiwi savers are being let down by the National government which is shirking its responsibility to protect their bank deposits, says New Zealand First.
Excuses, but no relief from the National Government as the dollar touches an all-time high against the US dollar, says New Zealand First.
Kiwi home loan borrowers and exporters are being sacrificed as the Reserve Bank desperately tries to deflate the country’s housing bubble, especially in Auckland, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is calling on the Government to urgently support New Zealand First’s changes to the Reserve Bank Act to save manufacturers and exporters from the dire consequences of an overvalued dollar, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Wi
The Reserve Bank’s decision to lift the official cash rate today brings into focus the urgent need to update the Reserve Bank Act, now something of a dinosaur, says New Zealand First.
I take a brief call on behalf of New Zealand First on the Non-bank Deposit Takers Bill . For those out there listening to this or watching this, a reminder as to what the bill actually does.
It is a great pleasure to take a call following the member for the North Shore , Maggie Barry, and the amazing amount of information she provided to the House in that once again very short speech from the member for the North Shore.
I take a call on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Covered Bonds) Amendment Bill on behalf of New Zealand First. New Zealand First will be supporting this bill and this legislation. Covered bonds go back to the 1700s.
The high New Zealand dollar is crippling our manufacturers and exporters. Most weeks, we read or hear stories of another business that has had to lay off staff or close up shop for good.