There are pre-election business nerves but they will probably affect next quarter's GDP figures, not the data being released t week.
A former Australian Treasury official says the confusing accusations about ‘above and below the line’ would have put many voters off.
Joyce is still poking a stick at Labour's fiscal plan despite economists saying he's got it wrong.
Expect the New Zealand currency to remain under pressure until the election season is over, analyst says.
Also, a new report reveals tradable sector, directly and indirectly, accounts for $85 billion (43%) of New Zealand’s real GDP.