News in the political economy since Friday included:
News in brief in our political economy on Monday included,
Here's the news in brief from New Zealand's political economy on Tuesday, including news a private member's bill to create a new debt mediation service for farmers passed its first reading, New Zealand job advertisements continued to grow strongly and Australian wage growth remained very weak. The combination doesn't bode well for falling net migration here.
Here's the news in brief from New Zealand's political economy on Tuesday, including a confronting hikoi outside Parliament for Treaty Settlements Minister Andrew Little, Mercury (formerly Mighty River Power) losing its place in a key global stock index to A3 Milk, meat prices falling as mycoplasma bovis culling intensifies, MPI denying it might block all stock movements on Gypsy Day (June 1) to contain the disease, and movements in TVNZ's political reporting team.