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Inflationary pressures in the labour market set to chill

All signs are that unit labour cost growth in New Zealand will plummet in the coming quarters. Coupled with subdued domestic demand, that should feed through to lower non-tradables inflation in short order. The upshot is that the RBNZ’s forthcoming easing cycle will be more aggressive than most are predicting.

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