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RBNZ will signal that tightening cycle is over

The labour market is weakening in earnest and inflation is falling faster than anticipated. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand therefore won’t lift interest rate any further at its upcoming meeting on 29th November and will probably signal that the tightening cycle is over.  The Bank’s next move will be a rate cut but not before the second half of 2024.

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