What Ben Bernanke could learn from New Zealand

According to this article from Bloomberg, published Friday 28 July, while Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and the world's biggest policy makers don't often pay attention to New Zealand, they would be wise to follow Alan Bollard's progress.

"It can be argued Bollard is going out on a limb, essentially admitting that inflation pressures are coming from things central bankers can't really control -- like oil prices. Only time will tell if he's a maverick who should be followed or ridiculed."

"Yet Bollar

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