RBA tipped to lift cash rate again at board meeting as mortgage cliff looms Economists widely predict 25 basis point rise but some say central bank may consider pausing rates after seven straight hikes
Singapore core inflation eases for first time in eight months
Singapore's key consumer price gauge rose 5.1% in October, slightly less than forecast and marking the first easing in eight months, official data showed on Wednesday, due to smaller rises in prices of utilities, retail, other goods and services.
Consumer inflation in Japan's capital rises at fastest pace in 40 years
Core consumer prices in Japan's capital, a leading indicator of nationwide trends, rose at their fastest annual pace in 40 years in October and exceeded the central bank's 2% target for a sixth straight month, signalling broadening inflationary pressure.
Bank of Canada says higher interest rates still needed to tame inflation
Inflation in Canada remains too strong, and higher interest rates will be needed to cool the overheating economy, Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem said in testimony at the House of Commons on Wednesday.
NZ faces 'shallow' recession as rates need to rise more - senior central banker
New Zealand is likely facing a "shallow" recession as interest rates need to rise further to tame inflation, a top central banker said on Monday, suggesting that a pause in the policy tightening streak was still a distant prospect.
New Zealand delivers record rate hike, flags 2023 recession
Reserve Bank of New Zealand raises the official cash rate to 4.25 percent, the highest since 2009.
New Zealand forecasts recession in 2023 as it delivers largest rate hike in history
New Zealand’s reserve bank says spending levels still need to be reduced with rate rises, in order to tame inflation
New Zealand hikes interest rate to 4.25% to fight inflation
New Zealand’s central bank has hiked interest rates by a record amount as it tries to get inflation under control