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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 3.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Dec 11 14 02:02 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 3.5 percent. The global economy continues to grow at a moderate pace, though recent data suggest a softening in major economies other than the United States. Inflation remains below target in most of the advanced economies due to spare capacity and declining commodity prices. Monetary policy is expected to remain very supportive for some time.
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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 3.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Oct 30 14 02:17 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 3.5 percent. The global economy is growing at a moderate rate although recent data suggests some softening in the major economies, apart from the United States. Monetary policy is expected to remain supportive for longer in all the major economies. Growth in the New Zealand economy has been faster than trend over 2014, reducing unemployment and adding to demands on productive capacity. Strong construction sector activity, high net immigration, and interest rates, which remain low by historic standards, continue to support the expansion. Output growth is expected to moderate over coming years, towards a more sustainable rate.
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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 3.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Sep 11 14 05:19 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 3.5 percent. New Zealand's economy is expected to grow at an annual pace of 3.7 percent over 2014. Global financial conditions remain very accommodative and are reflected in low interest rates, narrow risk spreads, and low volatility across a range of asset markets. Accommodative financial conditions are supporting a moderate rate of global growth, albeit uneven across regions.
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(RBNZ) RBNZ Raises OCR to 3.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jul 24 14 02:52 GMT
The Reserve Bank today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 3.5 percent. New Zealand's economy is expected to grow at an annual pace of 3.7 percent over 2014. Global financial conditions remain very accommodative and are reflected in low interest rates, narrow risk spreads, and low financial market volatility. Economic growth among New Zealand's trading partners has eased slightly in the first half of 2014, but this appears to be due to temporary factors.
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(RBNZ) RBNZ Raises OCR to 3.25 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jun 12 14 02:25 GMT
The Reserve Bank today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 3.25 percent. New Zealand's economic expansion has considerable momentum, with GDP estimated to have grown by around 4 percent in the year to June. Global financial conditions remain very accommodative and are reflected in low long-term interest rates and narrow risk spreads. Economic growth among New Zealand's trading partners is gradually improving and global inflation remains low.
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Reserve Bank Raises OCR to 3 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Apr 24 14 00:55 GMT
The Reserve Bank today increased the OCR by 25 basis points to 3 percent. New Zealand's economic expansion has considerable momentum, with GDP estimated to have grown by 3.5 percent in the year to March. Growth is gradually increasing in New Zealand's trading partners, but inflation in those economies remains low. Global financial conditions continue to be very accommodating.
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Reserve Bank Raises OCR to 2.75 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Mar 13 14 02:48 GMT
The Reserve Bank today increased the OCR by 25 basis points to 2.75 percent. New Zealand's economic expansion has considerable momentum, and growth is becoming more broad-based. GDP is estimated to have grown by 3.3 percent in the year to March. Growth is gradually increasing in New Zealand's trading partners. However, improvements in major economies have required exceptional support from monetary policy. Global financial conditions continue to be very accommodating, with bond yields in most advanced countries low and equity markets performing strongly.
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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 2.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jan 29 14 20:03 GMT
New Zealand's economic expansion has considerable momentum. Prices for New Zealand's export commodities remain very high, especially for dairy products. Consumer and business confidence are strong and the rapid rise in net inward migration over the past year has added to consumption and housing demand. Construction activity is being lifted by the Canterbury rebuild and by work in Auckland to address the housing shortage. Continued fiscal consolidation will partly offset the strength in demand. GDP grew by 3.5 percent in the year to September, and growth is expected to continue around this rate over the coming year.
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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 2.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Dec 12 13 01:08 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 2.5 percent. Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler said: "Growth remains moderate but mixed for New Zealand's main trading partners. Nevertheless, export prices for New Zealand's main commodities, and especially dairy produce, have continued to increase.
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(RBNZ) OCR Unchanged at 2.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Oct 31 13 00:36 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 2.5 percent. Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler said: "The recovery in the United States and other major advanced economies remains patchy. Nevertheless, world prices for New Zealand’s export commodities are very high. "Global long-term interest rates are still very low, but have been volatile recently. This volatility has largely been due to uncertainty as to when the Federal Reserve will exit from quantitative easing.
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