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Post MPS media interview schedule for MPC members

As part of our standard Monetary Policy Statement communications, Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, members routinely give media interviews in the days following the MPS.

Past Event
Thursday, 29 February 2024 to Friday, 01 March 2024

As part of our standard Monetary Policy Statement communications, Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, members routinely give media interviews in the days following the MPS. Beginning this round, we intend to publish a schedule for interviews.

The following broadcast media interviews have been arranged for Monetary Policy Committee members, following the 28 February Monetary Policy Statement.
Broadcast times are indicative only and subject to change on the day, at the discretion of media.

NB: The Reserve Bank does not control exact broadcast or publication times.

Thursday, 29 February

Governor Adrian Orr

  • Radio NZ Morning Report 6-9am. (Business News 6.53am & pre-recorded interview.)
  • TVNZ Breakfast – 6.30 - 7am
  • Newstalk ZB – 7.30 - 8am
  • Bloomberg TV Daybreak Asia – 1 - 1.30pm NZ time

Friday, 1 March

Governor Adrian Orr

Wednesday, 6 March

In a post-Monetary Policy Statement speaking engagement, Chief Economist Paul Conway spoke to a webinar for financial advisers in Wellington on 6 March, hosted by Harbour Asset Management.

A recording of his comments and questions and answers is available on Vimeo: Harbour x RBNZ March 2024

His comments were based on the MPS, using slides published on 28 February 2024 (PDF, 2.7MB). 

Note

Times for podcast interviews by MPC members will be added to the Events Calendar as indicative publication times are confirmed. MPC interviews with online/ print media are excluded from this advisory, as publication times are at the discretion of media and may be some time after interviews are conducted.