Easing cycle over for nowBY MARK SMITH | FRIDAY, 14 AUG 2015 12:15PM
The Reserve Bank's two-pronged monetary easing measures look to have come to an end but our central bankers will remain watchful of the currency, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management executive director and global fixed income portfolio manager Sean Reynolds.Read more: US, Sean Reynolds, Reserve Bank, China, Goldman Sachs Asset Management executive director, Goldman Sachs Global Strategic Bond Fund, April 2011 inception, August meeting, Aussie dollar, December, Europe, Federal Reserve interest rate rise, Investment, Libor benchmark, Merrill Lynch AUD, People, September, US Treasuries
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