The Remit provides the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) with its operational objectives, consistent with the economic objectives in Section 8 of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act (1989). Read the current Remithere.
A bank bill is a bill of exchange issued by a bank on behalf of a company, as a promise to pay specific amounts by a due date, usually 30, 60 or 90 days ahead. To buy some you would need to talk to a broker or a financial adviser at a registered bank. This key graph shows the path of 90-day bank bill rates and the OCR.