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Is the economy in the midst of a recession? We find this difficult to believe.

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While the economy is down, it is not out for the count. Employment and profit expectations have risen and export intentions are at a four-year high.

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Confidence is a critical element if the economy is to maintain forward momentum. Expect growth to remain tepid but a recession to be averted.

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Such levels have typically coincided with a short-term contraction. After five years of stellar growth, the economy is now entering a more sedate growth phase, as is required to alleviate pressure on resources.

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The risk profile for inflation is just too significant to ignore. Ensuring inflation expectations remain anchored will be the Reserve Bank's primary aim, and this will require the talk to remain tough.

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The housing market is not slowing sufficiently to comfort the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is expected to reaffirm its no-cut stance, cementing yield-related strength for a while yet.

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It's a question of relative risks and Bollard is more mindful of inflation. He will be comfortable with receding growth.

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He's delivering a warning shot. The message is that they don't appear to see any problem with having monetary policy in a restrictive stance for some time.

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There's not a lot of investment opportunities out there, so yield is still the default play for the market. But when the New Zealand dollar turns, it will turn aggressively, and if we don't get yield demand it will fall by a country mile.

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