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Wage growth and inflation to continue to strengthen

RBA Governor Phillip Lowe doubled down on the view wage growth will remain too low to justify a rate hike anytime soon. But wages for workers on individual agreements is soaring. And we think wage growth for other workers will begin to catch up next year. We therefore reiterate our view that wage growth will approach 3% by the end of next year and that the RBA will hike rates in 2023.

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