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RBNZ MPS and OCR dates for 2005


Date 16 August 2004
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RBNZ MPS and OCR dates for 2005

The following is the Reserve Bank's schedule for the release of its quarterly Monetary Policy Statements and Official Cash Rate announcements for 2005. Each Monetary Policy Statement includes within it an OCR announcement, so, as usual, in total there will be eight OCR announcements during 2005. Each announcement will be made at 9.00 am on the day concerned.


27 January: OCR announcement
10 March: Monetary Policy Statement
28 April: OCR announcement
9 June: Monetary Policy Statement
28 July: OCR announcement
15 September: Monetary Policy Statement
27 October: OCR announcement
8 December: Monetary Policy Statement


The Reserve Bank reserves the right to make changes to this schedule, if required due to unexpected developments. In that unlikely event, the markets and the media will be given as much warning as possible.


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