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Bank to resume bond purchases in earnest

The Reserve Bank of Australia isn’t keen on providing more monetary stimulus and instead wants the government to do the heavy lifting. As such, the Bank will certainly keep policy settings unchanged at its upcoming meeting on Tuesday, 1st September. However, we still expect underlying inflation to fall much further than the Bank anticipates and believe that policymakers will eventually expand their bond purchases.

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