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Financial markets have got into a pickle about an inverted yield curve .. but what is it and should I be worried? Here's our business reporter, Nona Pelletier, with the answer. Audio
Economists went into panic mode today over the 'inverted yield curve' - RNZ Business editor Gyles Beckford explains what it is and why they're worried.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Bar and restaurant owners say they're having to hire more and more foreigners as locals don't want to do the work.
New Zealand has the 11th-lowest net debt-to-GDP ratio out of 183 countries around the world. RNZ's Gyles Beckford joins the panel to explain why, and whether we need to change our philosophy. Audio
Markets have tumbled around the world in the past 24 hours. RNZ's Business Editor Gyles Beckford brings us the latest and explains what it means and whether the world might be headed for a recession.
The European Union wants to secure the protection of some produce names as part of Free Trade Agreement negotiations with New Zealand and other countries.
Rebecca Stevenson, National Business Editor for Stuff, has been thinking about whether money can buy you happiness. Obviously the answer is no, but it can buy you less stress - and more choice. Audio
In today's business news - Heartland Bank posts a $73.6m profit and SkyCity has applied to liquidate a Chinese-based theatre production company.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Andrew Cathie at Craigs Investment Partners. Audio
The tax department's move to impose tax on wages paid in cryptocurrency, isn't expected to encourage other regulators to recognise Bitcoin. Audio
Financial services company, Heartland Bank, has reported a solid lift in its full-year profit driven by increased lending. Audio
New Zealand's share market has opened sharply lower, falling 1 percent after Wall Street closed down 3 percent on recession fears.
Technology commentator Mark Pesce reports on why it's taking longer than expected to deliver on driver-less cars. Driving, as it turns out, is a very human problem. Audio
New York Times best-selling author, and economic and investment advisor James Rickards says the past decade is proof that the most devastating financial crisis is just around the corner. Audio
An ANZ shareholder is raising further questions about the sale of an Auckland residential property to the bank's former chief executive David Hisco and his family. KiwiSaver provider Simplicity, which… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Why does casino operator, SkyCity include two sets of earnings numbers in its full year result? Our business reporter Nona Pelletier has the answer. Audio
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