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Tony Alexander Update September 2021

Housing market strong despite, and even because of, lockdown

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Tony Alexander Update August 2021

Interest rate outlook quickly changes Towards the end of the article I wrote last month was this sentence.

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Tony Alexander Update June 2021

It would be good to be able to say that things are settling down now in the world economy and our own, and that we can make some reasonably robust...

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Tony Alexander update May 2021

A key determinant of where the New Zealand economy goes is the pace of growth in our main export destinations.

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Tony Alexander Update April 2021

Impact of housing policy changes In my last article written a month ago, the final sentence read like this “The government primarily, and the Reserve Bank almost reluctantly, are likely...

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Tony Alexander Update March 2021

Housing Policies to accentuate a slowing market

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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.

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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...

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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...

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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.

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