RBA

14th Sep 19, 9:32am
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
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6th Sep 19, 9:53am
ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
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ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner predicts an OCR of just 0.25% by May next year, arguing it's 'pretty much one-way traffic out there'
6th Sep 19, 9:53am
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
17th Aug 19, 9:16am
ANZ Head of Foreign Exchange Research Daniel Been on how the way currency markets are analysed is changing and why the US dollar continues to have appeal
ANZ Head of Foreign Exchange Research Daniel Been on how the way currency markets are analysed is changing and why the US dollar continues to have appeal
17th Aug 19, 9:16am
12th Aug 19, 8:24am
With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
12th Aug 19, 8:24am
5th Aug 19, 9:57am
ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia under pressure to return billions of dollars of capital to shareholders despite expectation ASB's capital will need bolstering to meet RBNZ bank capital proposals
ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia under pressure to return billions of dollars of capital to shareholders despite expectation ASB's capital will need bolstering to meet RBNZ bank capital proposals
5th Aug 19, 9:57am
4th Aug 19, 11:59am
The trade war between the US and China holds special risks for New Zealand and the year-long dive in bond yields can be traced back to investor fears of where this is all headed
The trade war between the US and China holds special risks for New Zealand and the year-long dive in bond yields can be traced back to investor fears of where this is all headed
4th Aug 19, 11:59am
26th Jul 19, 9:51am
Gareth Vaughan says Westpac NZ's mammoth NZ$900 million five-year bond issue paying investors just 2.22% pa highlights expectations of even lower interest rates
Gareth Vaughan says Westpac NZ's mammoth NZ$900 million five-year bond issue paying investors just 2.22% pa highlights expectations of even lower interest rates
26th Jul 19, 9:51am
15th Jun 19, 9:41am
There is a substantial interest rate benefit for being a term deposit saver on this side of the Tasman, even after adjusting for the OCR differences and the inflation rate difference. NZ banks hold some for savers
There is a substantial interest rate benefit for being a term deposit saver on this side of the Tasman, even after adjusting for the OCR differences and the inflation rate difference. NZ banks hold some for savers
15th Jun 19, 9:41am
4th Jun 19, 4:35pm
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Reserve Bank of Australia takes its official interest rate down to 1.25%, below Australia's inflation rate of 1.3%, in an attempt to get that inflation rate up
Reserve Bank of Australia takes its official interest rate down to 1.25%, below Australia's inflation rate of 1.3%, in an attempt to get that inflation rate up
4th Jun 19, 4:35pm
17th May 19, 9:57am
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
17th May 19, 9:57am
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7th May 19, 4:34pm
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Reserve Bank of Australia leaves cash rate unchanged at 1.50%, says a further improvement in the labour market likely to be needed for inflation to be consistent with its target
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Reserve Bank of Australia leaves cash rate unchanged at 1.50%, says a further improvement in the labour market likely to be needed for inflation to be consistent with its target
7th May 19, 4:34pm
28th Apr 19, 11:00am
The focus is about to turn to central bank rate decisions, with the choices and direction more uncertain than usual as the end of a long positive economic cycle looms
The focus is about to turn to central bank rate decisions, with the choices and direction more uncertain than usual as the end of a long positive economic cycle looms
28th Apr 19, 11:00am
14th Mar 19, 5:00am
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As the chance of RBA rate cuts rise, it is wrong to think the RBNZ will follow as momentum here is very different and the RBNZ is meeting its targets, BNZ's Stephen Toplis says
As the chance of RBA rate cuts rise, it is wrong to think the RBNZ will follow as momentum here is very different and the RBNZ is meeting its targets, BNZ's Stephen Toplis says
14th Mar 19, 5:00am
27th Feb 19, 11:43am
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Chris Rands explains why a faltering Australian housing market changes economic signals to the RBA, and is likely to result in lower official interest rates there sometime this year
Chris Rands explains why a faltering Australian housing market changes economic signals to the RBA, and is likely to result in lower official interest rates there sometime this year
27th Feb 19, 11:43am
27th Feb 19, 5:00am
Rodney Dickens says the stirring of wage inflation worldwide signals official interest rates will need to be higher than many expect, which in turn will cause extreme turmoil in financial markets
Rodney Dickens says the stirring of wage inflation worldwide signals official interest rates will need to be higher than many expect, which in turn will cause extreme turmoil in financial markets
27th Feb 19, 5:00am
6th Feb 19, 12:30pm
by Guest
Capital Economics thinks the RBA's growth assumptions are too optimistic and sees them cutting both these forecasts and their policy interest rate
Capital Economics thinks the RBA's growth assumptions are too optimistic and sees them cutting both these forecasts and their policy interest rate
6th Feb 19, 12:30pm
10th Oct 18, 1:53pm
A lack of ability to assess financial costs and benefits seems to be behind most people choosing a credit card that isn't right for them. Optimism bias is at work here too
A lack of ability to assess financial costs and benefits seems to be behind most people choosing a credit card that isn't right for them. Optimism bias is at work here too
10th Oct 18, 1:53pm
18th Sep 18, 5:00am
Why are NZ banks cutting mortgage rates as Aussie banks hike them, and how long might this last?
Why are NZ banks cutting mortgage rates as Aussie banks hike them, and how long might this last?
18th Sep 18, 5:00am
7th Sep 18, 10:00am
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ASB Chief Economist Nick Tuffley examines the 'neutral' interest rate limbo dance, what history tells us about interest rates, the new neutral in NZ, the real limbo record, the struggle to be green & more
ASB Chief Economist Nick Tuffley examines the 'neutral' interest rate limbo dance, what history tells us about interest rates, the new neutral in NZ, the real limbo record, the struggle to be green & more
7th Sep 18, 10:00am

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