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RBA continues to eye its so-called “narrow path”

The RBA’s decision to leave rates on hold at its meeting today suggests that there is a high bar for any further tightening of monetary policy. Indeed, the Board seems keen on minimising the collateral damage to the economy from its war on inflation. On the flipside, however, the Bank will likely need to see several more months of soft economic data before it can take its foot off the brakes.

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