The Reserve Bank of New Zealand's (RBNZ) Governor, Adrian Orr, is speaking at a press conference following the central bank's rate statement earlier.
NZD exchange rate has been lower, wants to see further declines to boost exports.
New Zealand growth "will pick up".
There is currently no rush to make any moves on interest rates.
Global inflation pressures are continuing to rise, RBNZ is expecting knock-on inflationary impacts via exports and external demand.
The NZD is currently 'very close' to fair value.
Governor Orr and the RBNZ are very pleased with the current value of the Kiwi.
Neutral OCR rate estimate is around 3.5%.
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