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The Kiwi lesson

8 June 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

A look at New Zealand suggests that the US overnight rate of 5.25% is too low to fight inflation effectively. The Kiwis just raised rates to 8%, and inflation is lower there than in the US. No wonder markets fear that inflation isn t under control.

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