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Has the RBNZ responded differently to upturns and downturns in inflation and economic activity?

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This analytical note examines whether the Reserve Bank has responded differently to upturns and downturns in inflation and economic activity. Watch Punnoose Jacob from the Reserve Bank's Economics team explain how he and his colleagues found this contrasted with the Bank’s milder policy responses during booms in economic activity.

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This analytical note examines whether the Reserve Bank has responded differently to upturns and downturns in inflation and economic activity. Watch Punnoose Jacob from the Reserve Bank's Economics team explain how he and his colleagues found this contrasted with the Bank’s milder policy responses during booms in economic activity. Has the RBNZ responded differently to upturns and downturns in inflation and economic activity?
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