Today, interest is used by large banking companies and wealthy groups to profit. And it has become a dangerous fundamental in our modern economy.
Boris may have to go back to the EU and ask for yet another extension. The UK’s negotiating position has now been crushed.
The ramping up of Trump’s trade war with China is leading to a ‘global slowdown’. He’s hitting their factory production where it hurts.
Simon Bridges announced a raft of changes aiming to get New Zealand moving. And with super-low interest rates, maybe he’s ready to hit his sweet spot next year?
The industry is ripe for disruption. Technology and trends are afoot. For investors, this will create opportunities.
A Chinese billionaire opens a new Fuyao glass factory in the carcass of an old General Motors plant in Dayton, Ohio. Production begins and American jobs start, with high hopes.
Countries like Australia and New Zealand are in a very risky position. For years, China has been the major export partner for raw materials like logs and iron ore, plus consumer items such as dairy…
Italy has a dynamic manufacturing economy. The third-largest in the EU. It runs a trade surplus, and despite high government debt, it has remarkably low levels of household debt.
Calculated risk can provide return. Returns you can use in the future to boost your lifestyle.
History repeats. And when you’re falling backwards into the mire, someone should call it out.
The Napier Port IPO was oversubscribed. Now those who missed out must pay a higher price to fulfil their port-owning desires.
I’m still unconvinced Auckland has found the floor in the current environment. Nor do I believe for a moment, the recent slash to the OCR will change that.
What you do with your money — how you spend, save and invest it — depends on where that money came from.