Kiwibank's chief economist looks back to SARS, and into the future, to help make sense of this once-in-a-generation economic storm.
Business confidence is at its worst level since the financial crisis and interest rate cuts aren’t doing the job. The government needs to step up, writes Jarrod Kerr.
Having witnessed the Global Financial Crisis first-hand in 2008, Kiwibank's chief economist recalls the mayhem at the time and ponders what we’ve learned.
Auckland has long been NZ's economic engine, but these days the rest of the country’s doing pretty well too – and maybe even better, says Kiwibank’s Jarrod Kerr.