Displaying all 9 items
Interest rate cuts and spending packages around the world in developed economies look imminent as policy makers move to counter the economic impact of the covid-19 virus. Audio
The property market is showing renewed signs of life with prices growing in a low interest rate environment. Audio
Lower interest rates don't seem to have tempted shoppers to open up their wallets. Audio
The government is toughening up its clampdown on loan sharks - bowing to pressure to slap a cap on interest rates.
The Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister, Kris Faafoi, has announced that an… Audio
Inflation is likely to have hit its low point and will pick up pace going into next year.
Westpac Bank is clamping down on property investors, cutting its interest-only lending term from 15 years to a maximum of five years. Audio
Financial author, columnist and educator Mary Holm answers your questions about personal finance. Audio
The view that the world's central banks have run out of ammunition to help stave off a re-run of the 2008 crisis has been challenged by one former fund manager. Audio
Economists say recent changes to tighten up tax and lending rules for property investors are paving the way for interest rate cuts, perhaps as early as next month. Audio