Governments need to let us in on infrastructure funding: Super Fund

Thu 22 Sep 1

The New Zealand Super Fund is ready, willing and able to invest in infrastructure but governments at home and abroad need to let it have access to such projects, chief executive Adrian Orr says.

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen

Margin Call: What goes down must come up

Fri 16 Sep

The steady rise in the prices of oil and agricultural commodities will eventually bring back inflation.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler

RBNZ likely to wait for inflation data before deciding on another rate cut

Fri 16 Sep

Governor Graeme Wheeler will keep the official cash rate at 2 percent when he reviews monetary policy on Sept. 22.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler (Photo: Rob Hosking)

SIR BOB JONES: Leave Wheeler alone, he’s just doing his job

Mon 12 Sep 3

The central bank governor is blamed for everything, much of which is outside of his remit.

On the other hand: Too good to be true?

Fri 9 Sep

It may just be dawning on voters that the 92% rise in Auckland house prices in the past five years may be too good to be true, and too much to be good for society or the economy in the long run

Andrew Little

ON THE OTHER HAND: Too good to be true?


One of the oldest sayings in investment is that if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Hold that thought. With special feature audio and video.


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