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Bank to continue unwinding stimulus

Economic data since the Bank’s last meeting have shown the New Zealand economy recovering at a remarkable pace. The case for further monetary stimulus is therefore weak. As such, we expect the Bank will keep policy settings unchanged at its meeting on 24th February. As the economy continues to recover, we expect the Bank to end asset purchases by the middle of this year and hike rates in 2022.

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