News

Tony Alexander Update Feb 2021

The new year is well under way now and most people will have returned to work, giving thought to what 2021 will bring.

Read more

Tony Alexander Update December 2020

In my column last month, I noted that the Reserve Bank would probably respond to evidence of a rise in low deposit lending to investors by seeking to reinstate Loan...

Read more

Tony Alexander update October 2020

Back in March, as we all tried to make sense of what a global pandemic meant and how much economic damage would ensue from something unheard ofcalled a lockdown, the outlook...

Read more

Tony Alexander update September 2020

The past month has certainly been an interesting one, with Auckland going back into a mild form of lockdown and the rest of the country watching anxiously to see if the cluster would spread beyond Tokoroa.

Read more

Tony Alexander update August 2020

Back in March, as we approached, then entered lockdown, a lot of people were talking about the return of the Great Depression, years of woe, soaring unemployment, and massive death. Things have so far turned out to be quite different.

Read more

Tony Alexander Update July 2020

Each month I run four surveys of different groups of people, all with the aim of providing useful information which investors and small businesses can hopefully utilise as they work...

Read more

Tony Alexander Update June 2020

As at the time of writing on May 28, things seem to be moving in the right direction to have the country move out of Level 2 well before the...

Read more

Tony Alexander Update May 2020

 

Read more