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Cameron Bagrie: Economist says long unwind from central bank signalled by bond buying halt

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

An economist says the Reserve Bank's signalling an exit strategy from its reaction to Covid-19.The central bank will halt its bond buying programme earlier than expected to reduce economic stimulus, and has kept the Official Cash Rate at 0.25 per cent.Cameron Bagrie from Bagrie Economics told Mike Hosking it's the start of a long unwind by the central bank.“Withdrawing from what can be described as some pretty extraordinary monetary policy stimulus, they are taking their foot off the accelerator but they’re not yet tapping on the brake, they’re a long way away from that.”Cameron Bagrie says printing money is the first cab off the rank, cheap money for banks will be second and reducing the OCR will be the third.LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

14 Jul 2021

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Cameron Bagrie - 'We're entering a new era of big government and higher taxes'

Money Talks

Cameron Bagrie shares his best and worst money stories with Liam Dann.

27mins

17 Jun 2021

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Cameron Bagrie: Don't go banking on the kind of gains we have seen historically in housing market

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Yesterday's budget came with a strong warning for anyone thinking their house prices are going to continue rising like they have been recently.Treasury expects a sharp correction, and predict house price growth will be just 1% over the next year.Compare that to the almost 20% increase we've seen across New Zealand over the past year.Independent economist, Cameron Bagrie, told Heather du Plessis-Allan investors should be wary."I think the spirt of what they're saying is no different to what the Reserve Bank is saying, and other banks. Don't go banking on the sort of gains we've seen historically."LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

21 May 2021

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Cameron Bagrie: Rising cash rate could bite back at first home buyers

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

An economist is warning home buyers that paying too much for a new house might come back to bite them.The ANZ Bank is expecting steady increases in the Official Cash Rate, and for it to reach 1.25 percent by the end of 2023.Independent Economist Cameron Bagrie told Kate Hawkesby if one-year fixed mortgages move from 2.25 to 3.25 percent, it's still a really low rate - but, it could hurt new home owners."Interest rates have started to move up already."  He says getting interest rates off their lows is a good story for deposit holders, but it might be a wake-up call for over-leveraged buyers.LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

17 May 2021

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Cameron Bagrie: Government spending $1 billion every three months on housing support

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Taxpayer spending on housing support is a big ticket that's only going to get even bigger in the years ahead.The Government is now spending a billion dollars on housing every three months.The figure includes rent subsidies, grants and emergency housing.Bagrie Economics founder Cameron Bagrie told Mike Hosking  at the current rate, the figure is likely to jump to around five billion a year by 2025.He says this will no doubt hurt future generations - but the issue is certainly not new, and highlights the severity of the housing crisis.Bagrie says the cost has jumped from about $2 billion in 2016.LISTEN ABOVE

2mins

8 Apr 2021

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Cameron Bagrie: Economist on concerns over rising asset prices

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Have we become worry free with the assets we are buying?Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says we should be worried about rising asset prices on the back of low interest rates.He also says there are some big global equity to earnings question marks.It comes as ASB tells us more and more customers over the last couple of months are struggling to make payments.Economist Cameron Bagrie joined Mike Hosking to share his thoughts on the issue.LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

5 Mar 2021

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NZ Investing Tips in Uncertain Times (by Cameron Bagrie)

Auckland Property & NZX Stock Market Tips with MaximSherstobitov.NZ

Economist Cameron Bagrie will share his opinion on the current opportunities and how to invest through the next months and years as the world continues to battle the pandemic. ➔ Learn other tips at  https://www.MaximSherstobitov.NZ/ ➔ Subscribe now so you do not miss the next video   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIw-Ej9kivd77bavBCnatQ?sub_confirmation=1 ➔ Like the video, if you want to see more of this kind of content   ➔ Comment below - I read every single one!   Facebook Page  https://www.facebook.com/MaximSherstobitovPage/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/maxim.sherstobitov/ Subscribe to the Podcast https://anchor.fm/maximsherstobitov/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/maximsherstobitov/ Join my exclusive weekly newsletter http://eepurl.com/gcmTU9 IMPORTANT: - The information does not constitute financial, accounting or legal advice and we cannot be held liable for any acts or omissions that arise from your use. - Everything on this channel is for educational purposes only. It does not take into account your investment objectives, financial situation and personal needs. - Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. Before making any financial decisions, you should seek independent financial advice.

51mins

30 Oct 2020

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Cameron Bagrie: Covid-19 economic impact on NZ

Grant Thornton New Zealand

Cameron Bagrie talks to Managing Partner Russell Moore and Michael Worth a partner and supply chain expert at Grant Thornton New Zealand about the deeper, more protracted recession the world is facing compared to the GFC. Cameron not only discusses the macro-economic impact of COVID-19 that is beyond our control, but the “ruthless obsession” businesses need to have with the micro-economics that are within their control. Note: this podcast was recorded on Friday 20 March 2020.

54mins

25 Mar 2020

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Cameron Bagrie: 'We will have another global recession'

The Weekend Collective

Petrol prices have been the subject of countless headlines over the past few months, with increasing prices and the added petrol tax.Cameron Bagrie of bagrieeconomics.co.nz joined the Weekend Collective to discuss whether we can expect to see prices continue to skyrocket.LISTEN ABOVE

25mins

6 Nov 2018

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Cameron Bagrie: 'We will have another global recession'

Smart Money

Petrol prices have been the subject of countless headlines over the past few months, with increasing prices and the added petrol tax.Cameron Bagrie of bagrieeconomics.co.nz joined the Weekend Collective to discuss whether we can expect to see prices continue to skyrocket.LISTEN ABOVE

25mins

5 Nov 2018