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Resilience in consumption won’t last

The RBA Deputy Governor this week noted that the Bank is getting closer to the point where it can stop tightening, which creates some downside risks to our above-consensus interest rate forecasts. Indeed, while consumption growth seems to have held up last quarter, the outlook is looking increasingly bleak.

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