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RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky TV

RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky Television

SKY News will broadcast the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Monetary Policy Statement live at 9.00am on Thursday, June 10.

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor, Dr Alan Bollard, will explain the Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Statement at a media conference on Sky News (SKY Digital channel 54).

The live SKY News broadcast is part of an on-going series of live broadcasts covering the Reserve Bank’s quarterly Monetary Policy Statements.

SKY Television Chief Executive Officer, John Fellet says the live broadcast continues to be very popular.

“SKY welcomes the opportunity to broadcast this media conference live again.

“It enables people to keep up-to-date with the Reserve Bank’s decisions and gives them the opportunity to hear about the reasons and circumstances behind those decisions."

The Governor’s media conference will be broadcast live on Sky News (SKY Digital channel 54) at 9.00am Thursday, June 10.

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