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RBNZ consults on implementing DTIs, tweaking LVRs

Central bank considers adding another ‘iron’ to its tool kit, no monetary policy implications, says Westpac’s Kelly Eckhold.

The RBNZ views LVR and DTI tools as financial stability, not inflation control tools.

The RBNZ is consulting on whether to implement debt-to-income ratios on new lending, as well as whether to loosen loan-to-value ratios for residential lending.

Deputy governor Christian Hawkesby said it was crucial to have “appropriate” settings in place to manage financial stability

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