Michael Wilson on the business world today
Wed, 06 Feb 2013 6:14a.m.
World share markets have rallied strongly this morning after big falls yesterday.
Across the Tasman the Australian Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold, and in a cost-of-living index Sydney has come out as the third most expensive city in the world - while Auckland is 19th.
Business editor Michael Wilson looks at the business world today.
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10/02/2013 10:37:01 a.m.
Come on Michael wrote:
We all know you must under pressure to paint a hopeful picture BUT lets be honest, The whole worlds economy has been devastated by the "Keynesian monetary theory results in an intelligence level roughly equal to that of a 30 year LSD/ meth addict" NY Times.
If our Govt. was really about NZ'rs for NZ we would have stockpiles of OUR Gold and Silver but NO we let it go to the Cartels, Wonder why?.
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