Our response to the report on the petition to require the Reserve Bank to issue all New Zealand money
Read our response to the final report on our petition to reform the monetary system.
Press release 21 May 2020 After doing so well managing the pandemic the Government has said it will borrow the $50 billion it needs for the Covid-19 package. It could however instruct the Reserve Bank to issue the money directly, cutting out the lenders as it did...
We show the clip of our presentation in March of this year to the select committee, take questions, and ask meeting participants to help us identify practical strategies to communicate the Positive Money solution to the public and key...
Positive Money NZ national spokesman Don Richards and Auckland spokesperson Cliff Hall hosted a Zoom meeting with Positive Money members to discuss how New Zealand can pay for the Covid-19 response and recovery. Hint: it’s not debt and it’s not taxes. Recorded Sunday...
While the $12 billion Covid-19 stimulus package to workers and small businesses was launched with great fanfare, a relief package 2.5 times greater ($30 billion) for the financial markets was slipped in with barely a whisper.
Positive Money national spokesperson Don Richards and Auckland spokesperson Cliff Hall appear before the Finance & Expenditure Select Committee to speak in support of our petition., 4 March 2020.
While the Covid-19 stimulus package will provide a welcome boost to the economy, it comes at the cost of even more debt. Our Reserve Bank is expected to go to the bond market to buy Government bonds from banks and other institutions to finance the package when...
On 4 March 2020, Positive Money national spokesperson Don Richards and Auckland spokesperson Cliff Hall appeared before the Finance & Expenditure Select Committee to speak in support of our petition.
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