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The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research published their Shadow Board's view on the upcoming RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement.
- "Fewer Board members this quarter consider further monetary policy stimulus is appropriate, particularly when it comes to introducing a negative OCR. While there was support for an expansion of the Reserve Bank's Large-Scale Asset Purchases (LSAP) programme over the coming year, this stimulus was considered more appropriate beyond the upcoming meeting."
- "Recent economic developments have been more positive than expected, with activity indicators such as heavy vehicle flows and retail spending pointing to a rebound in demand in the wake of the lockdown being lifted. The unprecedented amount of stimulus introduced by the Government and the Reserve Bank has helped to prop up confidence and support spending. However, members highlighted the uncertainty over the longer term once the stimulus measures, such as the wage subsidy scheme, come to an end."
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