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In this morning's email, we pointed to Bernard Hickey's profile of Adrian Orr. Also, Sam Sachdeva looked in depth into the debate about China's growing use of 'soft' power in Australia and New Zealand, while David Williams reports on a damning review of the Mackenzie Basin High Country Tenure review.
Adrian Orr worked as a truck driver in his youth growing up among Polynesian families in Taupo and squatted in council flats in London as a student. He's now set to be a fresh type of Reserve Bank Governor. Bernard Hickey reports.
Former Finance Minister Bill English has described the influence of Australia's big four banks as more pervasive in New Zealand than that of China.
In today's email we profiled the next Reserve Bank Governor, Adrian Orr.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has accepted a recommendation from the Reserve Bank board that current New Zealand Superannuation Fund Chief Executive Adrian Orr become the next Governor of the Bank when acting Governor Grant Spencer retires at the end of March.
In today's email we looked in detail at a landmark speech by acting Reserve Bank Governor Grant Spencer.
In today's email we looked in detail at the Reserve Bank's comments as it loosened LVR restrictions, and at the implications of the new directive to the Overseas Investment Office.
The Reserve Bank has announced it will slightly relax its Loan to Value Restrictions (LVRs) on owner occupiers and rental property investors from January 1 because of a moderation in house price inflation.
In toda's email we previewed the Reserve Bank's likely relaxation of Loan to Value Restrictions (LVRs), and why any decision won't be a real game changer for first home buyers.