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Chief economist update: Next move in rates will likely be up, but it's not certainBY BENJAMIN ONG | WEDNESDAY, 7 MAR 2018 11:14AM
With the economy moving in the right direction, and interest rates still quite low, it is likely that the next move in interest rates in Australia will be up, not down.
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