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Goldman Sachs Says Negative RBNZ Rates Are Not Done (But Here’s Why It Might)



According to GS, an increase in the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s QE is more likely than negative rates.
However, although GS does not expect negative short-term RBNZ rates, these could be attractive to the Bank from a money management perspective (i.e. rates negative as a bearish entry for

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