New Zealand inflation slowed less than economists forecast in the third quarter, prompting the local dollar to jump.
Sentiment about house-buying drops sharply to weakest level in four years, a new survey shows
New Zealand central banker Graeme Wheeler is going to need more than a plain-vanilla rate cut if he wants a weaker local currency.
With the Reserve Bank set to issue its next monetary policy statement on Thursday, the markets are predicting a hundred per cent chance of a cut
New Zealand mortgage holders may find they will be paying more for their loan as bank funding costs rise thanks to Brexit.
A major bank has changed some of its rates up and also down and its new report reveals a positive outlook for the remainder of 2016.
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