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Australian bond yields rise following RBA deputy governor debelle’s optimistic speech

Australian bond yields rise following RBA deputy governor debelle’s optimistic speech   Australian bonds yields moved a tad higher on Monday following an optimistic speech from the Reserve Bank of Australia Deputy Governor Guy Debelle. In addition, markets will focus on the upcoming China’s industrial production and retail sales data. The yield …

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Australian bonds narrowly mixed ahead of rba’s monetary policy decision

Australian bonds narrowly mixed ahead of rba’s monetary policy decision Australian bonds traded narrowly mixed Monday as investors awaited the Reserve of Australia monetary policy meeting scheduled to be held on Tuesday at 03:30 GMT. The central bank is widely expected to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.50% as inflation and growth remain …

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Minutes of the Monetary Policy Meeting of the Reserve Bank Board, Sydney – 6 June 2017

Members Present Philip Lowe (Governor and Chair), Guy Debelle (Deputy Governor), John Akehurst, Kathryn Fagg, John Fraser (Secretary to the Treasury), Ian Harper, Allan Moss AO, Carol Schwartz AM, Catherine Tanna Others Present Michele Bullock (Assistant Governor, Financial System), Christopher Kent (Assistant Governor, Financial Markets), Alexandra Heath (Head, Economic Analysis Department), John Simon (Head, Economic Research Department) …

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Minutes of the Monetary Policy Meeting of the Reserve Bank Board

Melbourne – 4 April 2017 Members Present   Philip Lowe (Governor and Chair), Guy Debelle (Deputy Governor), John Akehurst, Kathryn Fagg, John Fraser (Secretary to the Treasury), Ian Harper, Allan Moss AO, Carol Schwartz AM, Catherine Tanna Others Present Michele Bullock (Assistant Governor, Financial System), Luci Ellis (Assistant Governor, Economic), …

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Media ReleaseStatement by Philip Lowe, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision

Number2017-07 Date4 April 2017 At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent. Conditions in the global economy have improved over recent months. Both global trade and industrial production have picked up. Labour markets have tightened in many countries. Above-trend growth is expected in …

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