The New Zealand economy is at a delicate juncture. With the cash rate having been increased by 525 basis points since October 2021, house prices have fallen by a quarter in real terms and with a bout of extreme weather thrown in, it’s been a wild ride. With the RBNZ now on hold, inflation off its highs and house price back on the way up, is the worst now over, or is the pain just getting going?
Sharon Zollner, ANZ’s New Zealand’s Chief Economist will provide an overview of the opportunities and pitfalls that may await on New Zealand’s bumpy path back to a low and stable inflation rate.
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Chief Economist, ANZ
Sharon grew up on a farm near Methven, and holds a Master of Commerce from the University of Canterbury.
She started her career at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in 1998, and has also worked at the central bank of Norway.
She moved to the New Zealand banking sector in 2006. She joined the ANZ economics team in 2010 and became Chief Economist in late 2017. Sharon manages a team of six around New Zealand.