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Wake Up Call: Traffic lights and speeding inflation

Staff reporters
Mon, 18 Oct 2021

Wake Up Call: Traffic lights and speeding inflation
Staff reporters
Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Summary Decisions are expected today on alert levels for Waikato, Auckland and Northland, along with guidance on a restart for currently-closed schools and when the new traffic light system will replace alert levels. A snapshot of inflation trends are due today, with consumer prices expected to be on the march higher.Inflation update Today’s Stats NZ consumers price index figures are expected to show an accelerating pace of inflation. The Reserve Bank expects consumer prices rose 0.8% in the September quarter, pushing the annual infl...

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