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Why Australia will avoid a recession

The continued resilience of the economy means that the RBA will have to raise rates more sharply than most expect, which in turn will result in a more severe slowdown in activity than widely anticipated. However, the more benign nature of the recent pick-up in inflation than elsewhere means that the RBA will gain the upper hand before long. The upshot is that Australia will avoid a recession.

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