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As a shareholder in NZ banks I am pleased.
The RBNZs actions as a regulator are one of the reasons I invest my capital.
Much of the complaining I hear is music to my ears.
Nope, no assistance required from me.
I am very happy with the measures they are taking at this time and their future planning.
Hence I remain a bank shareholder.:D
(I'll let you know if I sell...
I actually hope the RBNZ is planning how to apply counter measures for potential future problems.
We'll let you continue looking in the rear vision mirror then.
So, that gives an Auckland Transport employee the right to publicly call them nutters ?
And people still trot out the same tired old lines.
" Landlords are not pushing AKL prices ever higher "
"We are investors, not speculators"
"Can you think of any problem in any area of human endeavor on any scale, from microscopic to global,
whose long-term solution is in any demonstrable way aided, assisted, or advanced by
Would this be the same public who effectively pay your salary ?
Good, yes listen to your community.
Now, about that harbour plan of yours.....listen to Winston, he has the answer.
Yet the report is quoted as saying
John, you wrote
Where did that come from ?
Do you have a link for that please John.
All I've seen is
Yes, that may well be the case for owner occupiers.
They may think the next one is going to be worse than the last one.
It would be interesting to hear the reasons behind the decision not to have this application publicly notified.
As expected ...OCR held steady.
The city is under stress.
Reduce the demands on it.
"Woe is me"
"Public enemy number one"
"The Govt is destroying us"
We heard the same with the cries of LAQC and depreciation being the death of the industry ....this classification / CAR matter...
Some people are so hell-bent with their desire to destroy our uniqueness and turn us into another overcrowded seething mass.
Never mind Kiwis, off to 800 unit blocks in Albany...
The locals interviewed by TV3 seem underwhelmed by the bridge promise.
Their priorities lie elsewhere.
The experiment timing the interval between cars on one of the bridges was a laugh.
Casualty ? ....No.
Two Australian banks received emergency bailout loans from The US Fed during the crises.
Did any flow across the Tasman ?
Who knows .
Kauri tree stoush catches Enviroment minister's eye
Another Titirangi developer is quoted in the paper as supporting the protest.
As I said previously I think the OCR will be lower....and by end of this year I reckon.
What interest rate is charged to investors is up to individual banks.
My guess is they won't benefit from...
Part of the IRD computer upgrade will include far better ability to cross match data.
The next step would be a letter from the IRD demanding repayment due to all the previous deductions made on...
The buyers are not being overcharged at all.
They are paying what they consider to be market value for that particular property.