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Chief economist update: Global easingBY BENJAMIN ONG | TUESDAY, 13 AUG 2019 10:29AM
The Reserve Bank of Australia would have to fight rate cuts with rate cuts if it is to preserve the Australian dollar's competitiveness and mitigate the headwinds from a slowing global economy ... even if it means taking the official cash rate to zero.
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