Chief economist update: A prelude to an RBA cut?BY BENJAMIN ONG | WEDNESDAY, 6 JUN 2018 11:25AM
The general consensus is for a 25 basis point lift sometime in the second quarter of 2019. But why a lift? The RBA could still move in the other direction and lower interest rates.
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