Boris Johnson, leader of the Leave campaign (right) and Prime Minister David Cameron

Political Week: Two important messages from Brexit for New Zealand

Fri 1 Jul 5

New Zealanders can take two big messages from British citizens' vote to leave Europe – one reassuring, the other warning. With special feature audio.

Finance Minister Bill English (Photo: Rob Hosking)

Bill English says NZ well placed to deal with Brexit turmoil

Wed 29 Jun

Bill English said NZ was comparable with just a few other countries such as Iceland that had room to respond if the vote led to a downward spiral in the world economy. With special feature audio.

Winston Peters

Brexit: the messy, unpredictable aftermath


The financial markets have responded in overwrought fashion. It's like that tragic day Princess Diana died, only with economics.

ANZ Bank New Zealand economist Philip Borkin

Economy grows faster-than-forecast 0.7% in first quarter; kiwi dollar jumps

Thu 16 Jun

UPDATED: The Reserve Bank held off cutting interest rates in its monetary policy statement this month as it awaited more data on the economy.

Finance Minister Bill English (Photo: Rob Hosking)

Inflation unlikely to go any lower as deflationary effects roll out, English says

Thu 16 Jun 1

The country's consumers price index has been sitting below the Reserve Bank's target range of between 1 percent and 3 percent since September 2014. With special feature audio.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler (Photo: Rob Hosking)

Building boom, tourism, push economic growth higher

Thu 16 Jun 4

Unexpectedly strong GDP growth makes RBNZ rate cut less likely in August.


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