RSS Feed

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand offers the following RSS Feed:

News releases

You will be alerted when Monetary Policy Statement news releases, OCR announcements, and other public statements are posted on the Reserve Bank’s website.

What is an RSS feed?

RSS, or "Really Simple Syndication" is web-based format for distributing content, also sometimes known as a ‘feed’.

Why use RSS?

The Bank’s RSS is an easy way to keep track of what’s happening with Reserve Bank news. By using RSS you can automatically be notified when new content is added to the Bank’s website.

What tools do I need to use RSS?

You will need a "reader" designed to display RSS and to subscribe to RSS feeds. These readers/aggregators display the links, headlines, and a brief summary of the feed. The reader is automatically updated when content in the feed has been updated.

Many readers are available as desktop software, such as FeedDemon, and some are web based, such as Google Reader.  Many web browsers offer RSS or feed readers as add-ons, plug-ins or extensions.

You will need to follow your feed reader or browser’s instructions to find out how to subscribe to the RSS feed.

Terms of Usage

This feed is part of the Reserve Bank’s public information service. The Reserve Bank offers RSS as a free service for non-commercial purposes. Please provide proper attribution to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand as the source.

By accessing our RSS service you are indicating that you understand and agree with these terms.