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Bring in the experts - Economic Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Sharon Zollner
15:52
(I’m back)
Stephen Fitzjohn
20:11
We can hear you in lovely Lower Hutt
Gary Cavaney
20:16
We can hear you fine, from overcast but soon to be Sunny Cambridge
Tanaz Siganporia
20:33
yes we can
David Wilson
20:33
ok
J-P Hale
20:33
Yup
Moosa Mohammed
20:35
yes
Emily TSAI
20:36
Yes.
alastair gaudin
20:37
yes
Glenn Gilbert
20:38
All good
Andy Phillipson
20:40
all good here in Christchurch
Barry Heir
20:45
yes.
Andy Phillipson
20:47
Sunny in Lincoln
Tanaz Siganporia
20:48
bit of all
Katrina Studholme
20:50
yes can hear you, overcast in CHCH too
Tanaz Siganporia
20:51
in Auckland
alastair gaudin
20:53
showers in auckland
Emily TSAI
20:54
Sunny and Rainy in Auckland.
Glenys Wilson
20:56
sunny in Wanaka
Nicki Kane
20:58
Whangarei- both!
Mark Pullar
20:58
Arrowtown 30 degrees
Financial Advice New Zealand
21:01
Good morning everyone. Welcome to our 61st Bring in the Expert Webinars. You have all been muted and your videos turned off but feel free to ask questions down the side bar in the chatroom and in questions and answers. Katrina Shanks will ask the questions on your behalfEnjoy the webinar!
Andy Phillipson
44:36
Andrew - is it possible that industries are not borrowing for investment because banks are not making it easy? From my experience, banks are more interested in lending for residential and rental property, as opposed to anything commercial.
Andy Phillipson
58:08
Andrew (K) - so you can easily see why investors are turning to property investment, especially when retirement income is crucial. With living expenses increasing significantly, but real wages/income dropping, retirees are in a difficult position. Why can't the government and reserve bank see this?
Pete Simpson
01:20:48
thanks
Leigh Hodgetts
01:20:50
Amazing session thanks!!!
Andy Phillipson
01:20:57
Thanks Katrina
Chris Batisan
01:20:59
great discussion
Catherine Rikihana
01:21:02
thanks all
Qihong Zhou
01:21:02
Thanks!