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Quantitative easing more likely than not

Falling unemployment and steady inflation will allow the Reserve Bank of Australia to leave interest rates unchanged at 0.75% at the meeting on Tuesday, 5th November. However, we expect the unemployment rate to rise further over the coming months which will push underlying inflation further below 2%. That’s why we expect the Bank to cut rates to 0.25% and launch quantitative easing next year.

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