Some Asian economies have issued stern warnings about risks in cryptocurrencies in recent days.
TOKYO Bank of Japan issues minutes of monetary policy meetings at its Oct. 30-31 policy meeting 2350 GMT. TOKYO- Bank of Japan to release summary of opinions from board members at its Dec. 20-21 policy meeting 2350 GMT. **WASHINGTON, D.C.- Speech by the Chief Economist of the Bank of England, Andy Haldane, at the "ECB Michael Ehrmann's Talk on Central Bank Communications"-...
By Charlotte Greenfield and Paulina Duran. WELLINGTON/ SYDNEY, Dec 21- New Zealand has blocked HNA Group's $460 million purchase of a vehicle finance firm owned by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group in the latest in a series of setbacks around the world for the acquisitive Chinese conglomerate. The proposed sale of UDC, New Zealand's largest non-bank...
Dominick Stephens at Westpac says New Zealand third quarter GDP was stronger than expected, but upward revisions to past data are of interest.
WELLINGTON, Dec 20- New Zealand reported a slightly larger-than-expected current account deficit in the third quarter as overseas income of domestic companies was lower than that of foreign firms operating in the country, official data showed on Wednesday. The New Zealand dollar initially dropped almost 0.3. "New Zealand businesses earned less income from...
Officials in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and Germany are questioning the extent of political interference by Beijing on their respective soils.
Wages in Australia are a leading economic indicator for economic policy outcomes, says David de Garis of National Australia Bank.
Many want a new TPP, but countries like Canada have to resolve their issues, New Zealand's Prime Minister told CNBC on Friday.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants foreign investment in "productive" sectors of the economy.
**BEIJING- Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to be the UK- China Economic and Financial Dialogue, Beijing. BRUSSELS- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi participating in European Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium. STOCKHOLM- Riksbank general council meeting- 0900 GMT.
New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson says a mini-budget that boosted aid to families is about sharing economic growth benefits more widely.
New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson won't set a specific target for the Kiwi, but says the currency is in a sustainable range now.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the country is committed to relying on global institutions to build trade links.
Paul Bloxham of HSBC still thinks New Zealand is a "rockstar" economy after the Labour-led government released economic forecasts under new spending plans.
Ganesh Nana, chief economist at BERL in New Zealand, weighs in on the mini-budget released by New Zealand's new government.
Christina Leung, principal economist at NZIER, says spending will be funded through cancelling tax cuts and shuffling priorities.
Migration is expected to taper and slower population growth will have an impact on the New Zealand economy, says Nick Tuffley, chief economist at ASB Bank.
Adrian Orr, currently serving as the deputy governor of the RBNZ, will takeover as governor on March 27, 2018.
**FRANKFURT- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi gives speech on the occasion of the closing of the Cultural Days and the handover from Spain to Lithuania organised by the ECB in Frankfurt, Germany- 1900 GMT. NEW YORK- Federal Reserve Bank of New York co-hosts conference, "Transforming Communities: Driving and Assessing Investment"- 1400 GMT.
Australia and China are at loggerheads over Beijing's attempt to influence politics Down Under.