The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has decided to leave the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 5 per cent, 4 September. Governor Alan Bollard said "current monetary policy settings are consistent with medium-term inflation remaining comfortably within the target range, with the risks to inflation balanced".
Speaking at the release of the Bank's September 2003 Monetary Policy Statement Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard said "New Zealand has enjoyed an extended period of strong economic g
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