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Nicola Willis has accused the previous government of finding "workarounds" to hide funding shortfalls. Grant Robertson says it shows she hasn't even read the Budget.
Businesses are largely cautiously optimistic about the outlook for the economy under the new government.
Businesses are cautiously optimistic about the outlook for the economy under the new government.
Anan Zaki has the business news. Audio
Falling local spending as household budgets face greater pressure is leading to "unprecedented challenges" for the retail sector.
Market Update for 4 December 2023. Audio
The money withdrawn early from KiwiSaver funds due to financial hardship has doubled compared to a year ago, with significantly more people taking money out before retirement.
News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6342137075112 Video, Audio
ANZ's latest consumer survey shows the number reporting they were now better off financially rose slightly, but so did the number expecting the economy to be worse off in a year's time.
Consumer confidence has improved but remains pessimistic as household budgets remain squeezed, deterring people from big spending.
Santa has a 'naughty or nice' list, and this year so does Consumer NZ.
Business news for 1 December 2023 Audio
Latest news from Radio New Zealand's business team. Audio
Consumer credit demand rose in November as households looked to take advantage of retail sales leading up to Christmas.
It comes as the economy heads for a soft landing and firms look towards possible policy changes from the new government.
The group suggests New Zealand can expect only "modest" growth in the next couple of years.
Genesis Energy is planning to spend more than a billion dollars on renewable energy projects over the next decade, but says it will still need the fossil fuel fired Huntly Power Station to back up… Audio
Business news for 30 November 2023 Audio
The Reserve Bank has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged, as expected, and repeated that rates will stay high for an extended period
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has reported revenue and profit growth in the first half, despite rising costs and a drop in Covid-related demand.
Gyles Beckford has the business news. Audio