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Edwards on Politics
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The politics of high interest rates and the housing market

ANALYSIS: The Government will be banking on more people feeling better about their economic prospects in 2026 than they do today.

WATCH: NBR political editor Brent Edwards speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

Brent Edwards Thu, 11 Jul 2024

Slowly, but surely, inflation is being brought under control, but it has come at a cost to those with hefty mortgages or who have lost their jobs or businesses.

There are signs interest rates will be cut, if not late this year then certainly early next year, but for those people hurt most by high

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Brent Edwards Thu, 11 Jul 2024
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