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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.0 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Sep 22 16 01:58 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 2.0 percent. Global growth is below trend despite being supported by unprecedented levels of monetary stimulus. Significant surplus capacity remains across many economies and, along with low commodity prices, is suppressing global inflation. Volatility in global markets has increased in recent weeks, with government bond yields rising and equities coming off their highs. The prospects for global growth and commodity prices remain uncertain. Political uncertainty remains.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.0 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Aug 11 16 01:39 GMT
Global growth is below trend despite being supported by unprecedented levels of monetary stimulus. Significant surplus capacity remains across many economies and, along with low commodity prices, is suppressing global inflation. Some central banks have eased policy further since the June Monetary Policy Statement, and long-term interest rates are at record lows. The prospects for global growth and commodity prices remain uncertain. Political risks are also heightened.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Unchanged at 2.25 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jun 09 16 02:48 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 2.25 percent. Global financial market volatility has abated and the outlook for global growth appears to have stabilised after being revised down successively over recent quarters. There has been a modest recovery in commodity prices in recent months. However, the global economy remains weak despite very stimulatory monetary policy and significant downside risks remain.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Unchanged at 2.25 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Apr 28 16 02:10 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 2.25 percent. The outlook for global growth has deteriorated over recent months due to weaker growth in China and other emerging markets. Prices for some commodities, including oil, have picked up but remain weak. Monetary conditions are extremely accommodative internationally, with considerable quantitative easing and negative policy rates in some countries. Financial market volatility has eased in recent weeks, but markets continue to watch closely the policy settings of major central banks.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.25 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Mar 10 16 02:34 GMT
The Reserve Bank today reduced the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 2.25 percent. The outlook for global growth has deteriorated since the December Monetary Policy Statement, due to weaker growth in China and other emerging markets, and slower growth in Europe. This is despite extraordinary monetary accommodation, and further declines in interest rates in several countries. Financial market volatility has increased, reflected in higher credit spreads. Commodity prices remain low.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Unchanged at 2.5 percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jan 28 16 01:07 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 2.5 percent. Uncertainty about the strength of the global economy has increased due to weaker growth in the developing world and concerns about China and other emerging markets. Prices for a range of commodities, particularly oil, remain weak. Financial market volatility has increased, and global inflation remains low.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.5 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Dec 10 15 00:43 GMT
The Reserve Bank today reduced the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 2.5 percent. Globally, economic growth is below average and inflation is low, despite highly stimulatory monetary conditions. Financial markets remain concerned about weaker growth in emerging economies, particularly in China. Markets are also focused on the expected tightening of policy in the United States and the prospect of an increasing divergence between monetary policies in the major economies.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.75 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Oct 29 15 02:12 GMT
The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 2.75 percent. Global economic growth is below average and global inflation is low despite highly stimulatory monetary policy. Financial market volatility has eased in recent weeks, but concerns remain about the prospects for slower growth in China and East Asia especially. Financial markets are also uncertain about the timing and effects of monetary policy tightening in the United States and possible easings elsewhere.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 2.75 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Sep 10 15 02:34 GMT
The Reserve Bank today reduced the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 2.75 percent. Global economic growth remains moderate, but the outlook has been revised down due mainly to weaker activity in the developing economies. Concerns about softer growth, particularly in China and East Asia, have led to elevated volatility in financial markets and renewed falls in commodity prices. The US economy continues to expand. Financial markets remain uncertain as to the timing and impact of an expected tightening in US monetary policy.
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(RBNZ) Official Cash Rate Reduced to 3.0 Percent Print E-mail
RBNZ | Written by Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Jul 23 15 03:44 GMT
The Reserve Bank today reduced the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 3.0 percent. Global economic growth remains moderate, with only a gradual pickup in activity forecast. Recent developments in China and Europe led to heightened uncertainty and increased financial market volatility. Particular uncertainty remains around the impact of the expected tightening in US monetary policy.
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