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RBNZ to cut rates more aggressively than most expect

We expect the RBNZ to leave policy settings unchanged at its meeting next week. Although the domestic economic backdrop is clearly weak, lingering risks around inflation persistence means policy loosening is unlikely to come onto the agenda before Q4. That said, once the Bank does start cutting rates, it will do so more decisively than many are predicting.

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