NAB Monetary Policy Update – 29 October 2021
NAB brings forward rate rise timing to mid-2023; YCC to end in November given the RBA’s lack of commitment; QE to end in February.
- NAB now sees the first rate rise in mid-2023– and a relatively aggressive series of hikes thereafter to bring the cash rate to 1.75-2.00% by end 2024.
- Core inflation is likely to remain around 2.3% for some time before supply constraints ease. Wages above 3% is still a key requirement to sustain inflation in mid target.
- YCC to end with the RBA showing little commitment to the 0.1% April 2024 target. RBA to pivot fully to outcomes-based forward guidance.
- QE to end by February 2022, little use for the policy with most other central banks ending or tapering their QE programs.
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