New Zealand's Central Bank Cuts Down on Public Speaking

  • Number of on-record speeches halves despite aim to give more
  • Media prevented from attending public speeches is ‘a concern’

Graeme Wheeler, governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, speaks during a news conference at the central bank's headquarters in Wellington, New Zealand, on June 11, 2015.

Photographer: Mark Coote/Bloomberg

New Zealand’s central bank has reduced its public speaking as it battles the opposing forces of a housing boom and weak inflation.

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