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The Reserve Bank's dilemma about how fast it should raise interest rates

Economists are divided about how aggressive the bank should be.

Brent Edwards Mon, 11 Apr 2022

While there are expectations the Reserve Bank should raise the official cash rate by 50 basis points to 1.5% this Wednesday, not everyone agrees it needs to be so aggressive.

NZIER’s shadow board is divided over how fast interest rates have to rise, with some shadow board members proposing a

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