Reserve Bank of New Zealand Raised Rate 25 Basis Points as Expected

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand raised its Official Cash Rate from 0.50% to 0.75% as expected as capacity pressures have continued to tighten. RBNZ says headline CPI inflation is expected to measure above 5 percent. Reserve Bank of New Zealand raise its Official Cash Rate from 0.50% to 0.75% The rise in the official cash rate comes after last month’s which was the first since 2014 when the OCR hit a post-GFC peak of 3.5 per cent. RBNZ projections … Continue reading “Reserve Bank of New Zealand Raised Rate 25 Basis Points as Expected”

Kiwi Slaughtered After New Zealand Moves Left With New PM Arden

The New Zealand dollar has tumbled in foreign exchange markets after the fallout from the party with the balance of power, First Party after the recent election decision to side with the opposition Labour/Green coalition. The inexperienced Jacinda Arden is the new Prime of Minister of New Zealand which has caused finacial markets to lurche lower.