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The Reserve Bank looks set to sit on the sidelines when it reviews its official cash rate (OCR) on Thursday. Audio
Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler has reaffirmed plans to further lower the official cash rate, defending the bank's strategy of continued cuts.
The Reserve Bank governor has defended his approach as MPs accuse the bank of losing its grip on inflation and failing to act decisively.
The Reserve Bank has defended its .25 percent interest rate cut today, saying a larger cut wasn't needed. Audio
The Reserve Bank cut the Official Cash Rate to 2 percent today, and its governor Graeme Wheeler has signalled more reductions may come in the next six months. Audio
Savers are doing it tough in the low interest rate environment and should prepare for further easing, says an analyst.
The Prime Minister does not expect the central bank to cut interest rates following the British vote to leave the EU, but analysts are not so sure.
The Reserve Bank has held the official cash rate steady at a record low 2.25 percent as expected, but left the door open for further cuts.
Morgan foundation economist Geoff Simmons joins The Panel to talk about today's OCR decision. Audio
The Reserve Bank has held its Official Cash Rate steady at a record low 2.25 percent, but left the door open for further cuts.
The Reserve Bank is due to review the official cash rate on Thursday. Are we in for another cut or will it be a case of steady as she goes?
Banks are being criticised for keeping credit card interest rates at nearly 20 percent despite general interest rates being at their lowest in decades. Audio
The Prime Minister has ridiculed Labour leader Andrew Little's idea of strong-arming banks to lower interest rates.
Finance Minister Bill English says he's not concerned most major banks are not passing on any, or all, of last week's interest rate cut.
As mortgage rates drop, so too do the savings rates for those with their money in banks, finance companies and term deposits. Audio
The latest cut to the official cash rate is expected to heat up the already-over cooked Auckland property market. Audio
The Reserve Bank has lowered the Official Cash Rate to a new record low of 2.25 percent, from 2.5 percent.
The Reserve Bank will tomorrow release its first detailed look at the economy for 2016, and there's one question on everyone's lips: Will it cut the Official Cash Rate?
Increased uncertainty about the strength of the global economy and ongoing low inflation is mirrored in economists' expectations about the Reserve Bank's next move.
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate on hold at 2.5 percent , despite inflation falling to just zero point 1 percent. The US Federal Reserve has also left its benchmark interest rate… Audio