The founder of Alibaba has only been seen in 'strange' appearances since October last year.
The schemes can push people into financial hardship.
"Rather than vilifying me, thank me for creating and driving the top-down economy."
How accurate is Ardern's statement? We asked a senior economist.
Musk publicly supports cryptocurrency but has announced Tesla will no longer accept payment using bitcoin.
But the Finance Minister said there's a "bit more space" in operating and capital allowances.
It agreed to repay the sum to around 73,000 borrowers.
Bill is worth an estimated US$130 billion.
But Government debt was $4.4 billion less than expected.
"We'll definitely remain here under any scenario."
"This is amazingly out of touch."
Women in Sport Aotearoa has received $950,000 to go towards the planning of the 2022 World Conference of Women in Sport.
The bank - one of the world's biggest - had intended to send just $10.8m in interest payments.
Questions have been raised about the ongoing viability of wage subsidies and small business loans.
Scottish Green Party co-leader Patrick Harvie said there were longstanding concerns about Trump's financial conduct
At least a dozen proposed lawsuits accuse Robinhood of breaching its contract when it restricted trading.
ACT leader David Seymour says it's a "serious situation".
"You'd expect to see them accelerating certain things where there are issues and we just didn't see that."
The 57-year-old this week appealed his prison sentence.
Parker and his company affiliations would own almost one-third of Weta Digital.
Bitcoin reached it's three-year high of US$19,666 earlier this week before crashing.
"We don't want too much money going into only one part of the economy - we want it also to create jobs and businesses."
But St John is disputing claims it's not living within its means.
The funding for lending programme (FLP) will provide cheap funding for banks to lend.
Treasury 3-monthly financial statements shows tax revenue was $2.1 billion above forecast.
The CEO has already had "awesome" responses from executives at global banks.
National has admitted to two errors but continues to deny a third.
"I think a lot of journalists have just fallen right into the spell of Grant Robertson."
But National's finance spokesperson insists there is no fiscal hole.
We can't forget the thousands of Kiwis who are suffering due to the economic fallout from COVID-19 writes Maddison Reidy.