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Consumer Prices (Q3 2022)

The much stronger than expected rise in consumer prices in Q3 will encourage the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to hike rates by another 50bp at its November meeting and poses upside risks to our view that it will slow the pace of tightening in February.

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