The Reserve Bank of Australia met today and kept the key Cash rate unchanged at a record low 1.5 per cent per annum. Widely expected, the reasons for the stance included low wage growth, and inflation expected to remain subdued. They maintained a forecast of GDP growth ‘a bit above’ 3 per cent this year and next. As way of comparison the Cash rate was over 7 per cent in 2007.
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