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A new series by Newsroom and RNZ, discussing the world of business in Aotearoa.

Latest Episodes

Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

There's been a huge upswing in subscription businesses across the world and in New Zealand. Peter Griffen looks at what that means for consumers and the economy.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

One man’s decades-long fight to deal with New Zealand’s farm effluent problems by bringing dung beetles to New Zealand.

22 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

Episode 56 - The Gift of Economic Knowledge

In the spirit of giving, theTwo Cents'team is answering your economic questions on Kiwisaver, property prices and mortgage rates.

27 MIN2019 DEC 20
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Episode 56 - The Gift of Economic Knowledge

Episode 55 - Banking on time

It's banking, yes, but not as we know it. A new movement is seeing the rejuvenation of an ancient economic model. Claire Crofton looks into the growing trend of time-banking.

19 MIN2019 DEC 15
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Episode 55 - Banking on time

Episode 54 - Why we’re hung up and two-faced on debt

Debt – it’s deep in the heart of our society and our economy. But we have an odd relationship with it. Bernard Hickey asks why we both fear debt and love it so much.

22 MIN2019 DEC 8
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Episode 54 - Why we’re hung up and two-faced on debt

Episode 53 - The Pacific's contribution to the NZ Economy

Thework of Pacific people has beennoted in aTreasury report, but does it go far enough? And what is the impact ofthis on our wider economy?

21 MIN2019 NOV 29
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Episode 53 - The Pacific's contribution to the NZ Economy

Episode 52 - A ticker tape tale

The New Zealand stock exchange (NZX) turns 150 this year. But the number of companies listed on it has been falling in recent times, begging the question - is still as relevant as it once was?

23 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Episode 52 - A ticker tape tale

Episode 51 - The banks, the swaps and the suicide box

The disastrous impact of banks selling risky financial derivatives to farmers is still being felt in rural communities more than a decade later. How did it happen and how can we stop banks doing it again?

26 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Episode 51 - The banks, the swaps and the suicide box

Episode 50 - Brentry: 48 hours in Luxembourg that changed NZ forever

New Zealand saw the UK’s ‘Brentry’ into the EEC in 1973 as an existential threat to our nation’s future. It preoccupied New Zealanders for a decade and eventually all hinged on 48 hours ofintense trade negotiations.

23 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Episode 50 - Brentry: 48 hours in Luxembourg that changed NZ forever

Episode 49 - Affordable Housing: A Goldilocks Story

House prices are on the rise again - but is that a good thing? TheTwo Cents' Worthteam looks at the Goldilocks sweet spot for our housing market - do we want prices to go up, fall down or stay as they are?

26 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Episode 49 - Affordable Housing: A Goldilocks Story

Latest Episodes

Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

There's been a huge upswing in subscription businesses across the world and in New Zealand. Peter Griffen looks at what that means for consumers and the economy.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

One man’s decades-long fight to deal with New Zealand’s farm effluent problems by bringing dung beetles to New Zealand.

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

Episode 56 - The Gift of Economic Knowledge

In the spirit of giving, theTwo Cents'team is answering your economic questions on Kiwisaver, property prices and mortgage rates.

27 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Episode 56 - The Gift of Economic Knowledge

Episode 55 - Banking on time

It's banking, yes, but not as we know it. A new movement is seeing the rejuvenation of an ancient economic model. Claire Crofton looks into the growing trend of time-banking.

19 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
Episode 55 - Banking on time

Episode 54 - Why we’re hung up and two-faced on debt

Debt – it’s deep in the heart of our society and our economy. But we have an odd relationship with it. Bernard Hickey asks why we both fear debt and love it so much.

22 MIN2019 DEC 8
Comments
Episode 54 - Why we’re hung up and two-faced on debt

Episode 53 - The Pacific's contribution to the NZ Economy

Thework of Pacific people has beennoted in aTreasury report, but does it go far enough? And what is the impact ofthis on our wider economy?

21 MIN2019 NOV 29
Comments
Episode 53 - The Pacific's contribution to the NZ Economy

Episode 52 - A ticker tape tale

The New Zealand stock exchange (NZX) turns 150 this year. But the number of companies listed on it has been falling in recent times, begging the question - is still as relevant as it once was?

23 MIN2019 NOV 22
Comments
Episode 52 - A ticker tape tale

Episode 51 - The banks, the swaps and the suicide box

The disastrous impact of banks selling risky financial derivatives to farmers is still being felt in rural communities more than a decade later. How did it happen and how can we stop banks doing it again?

26 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
Episode 51 - The banks, the swaps and the suicide box

Episode 50 - Brentry: 48 hours in Luxembourg that changed NZ forever

New Zealand saw the UK’s ‘Brentry’ into the EEC in 1973 as an existential threat to our nation’s future. It preoccupied New Zealanders for a decade and eventually all hinged on 48 hours ofintense trade negotiations.

23 MIN2019 NOV 9
Comments
Episode 50 - Brentry: 48 hours in Luxembourg that changed NZ forever

Episode 49 - Affordable Housing: A Goldilocks Story

House prices are on the rise again - but is that a good thing? TheTwo Cents' Worthteam looks at the Goldilocks sweet spot for our housing market - do we want prices to go up, fall down or stay as they are?

26 MIN2019 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 49 - Affordable Housing: A Goldilocks Story
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