"We can be pretty proud."
"Even as we get back to zero, life won't be the same for some considerable time."
He's also standing by the Government's decision to boost the minimum wage.
He says coronavirus is an opportunity to drop the "stupid ideas that dragged this country down".
"We're here to cushion the blow."
Kiwis are expected to stay home as much as possible - yet many can no longer afford to keep a roof over their head.
About 180,000 applications for the subsidy have been received.
Dr Oliver Hartwich says countries like Italy are in danger of going bankrupt.
New Zealand's exchange drops 5 percent.
Fall comes as WHO declares virus a pandemic.
The virus is spreading, financial markets are in freefall and we are probably already in a recession.
Grant Robertson should do a mini-budget right now, writes Duncan Garner.
The Govt is preparing for the worst.
"If you'd had $20,000 in a conservative fund at the start of the year, that decision cost you $2500."
"The conservative Opposition is keen to abandon ship."
How to stop procrastinating and actually (finally) get on top of KiwiSaver.
Data shows the most highly valued skills in the country.
Peter Coleman was sentenced in the Auckland District Court on Monday.
We've held Singapore to second-place for the fourth year running.
Management fees have gone up 13.5 percent in the past year.
Whatever your situation, it's easy to get in a financial funk.
The Finance Minister says any decisions about tax cuts will be made next year.
"We advise people not to hand over their money."
Scammers are not just targeting the elderly - those aged 35 to 44 are also in their sights.
Grant Robertson said he's "hugely disappointed" in Simon Bridges' view.
Here's how you can stick to a budget and achieve your financial goals.
People should re-calibrate to the new normal of low interest rates, says an expert.
How to make yourself more attractive to banks.
The financial situation of some retirees could change dramatically.
Sam Stubbs cautions against overspending in an environment of lower interest rates.