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  • OCR rise tipped within a year
    Auckland’s hot property market and signs the Kiwi dollar may have come off the boil are still not enough to force the Reserve Bank governor’s hand this week, economists say.
    22-07-2013 more >>
  • Migration turnaround likely to underpin housing market
    The housing market recovery is likely to be underpinned by a turn-around in net migration from the second half of this year and into next. The Department of Labour is predicting annual net migration will go from a net inflow of just below 4,000 people in the year ended June last year to an outflow of about 4,000 in the near term before turning back to a net inflow of about 6,000 in mid to late 2012 and early 2013.
    02-02-2012 more >>
  • Bollard spooks market
    Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard spooked financial markets slightly into thinking he may raise interest rates sooner than they had anticipated although, as expected, he's left rates unchanged for now.
    27-10-2011 more >>
  • Bollard takes a bob-each-way to OCR review
    Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard took a bob-each-way approach to reviewing interest rates which has left economists and financial markets scratching their heads.
    28-07-2011 more >>
  • No mortgage relief as Bollard holds rate
    Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard today signalled no relief for mortagage holders in the near future as he held interest rates steady at 8.25 percent
    24-01-2008 more >>
  • Bollard to Government: watch your step
    Nobody could fail to notice the underlying threat to Treasury which was inherent in Alan Bollard's Official Cash Rate (OCR) announcement today
    25-10-2007 more >>

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