2 datasets found

  • Key graphs - exchange rate

    Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    The trade weighted index (TWI) measures the value of the New Zealand dollar (NZD) against New Zealand's major trading partners. It is the Reserve Bank's preferred summary measure for capturing the medium-term effect of exchange rate changes on the New Zealand economy and inflation. Data on the TWI and NZD/USD exchange rate is available from 1970.
    Created 10 April 2017 Updated 10 April 2017
  • Key graphs - 90-day rate and the OCR

    Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    Since March 1999, the Reserve Bank has used the Official Cash Rate (OCR) as its tool for controlling inflation. By setting the OCR, the Reserve Bank is able to influence short-term interest rates such as the 90-day bank bill rate, as well as long-term interest rates and the foreign exchange rate. Data on the OCR and 90-day bank bill rate is available from...
    Created 10 April 2017 Updated 10 April 2017
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