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A dovish pivot is on the horizon

We expect the Reserve Bank of Australia to leave rates on hold at its February meeting. But as inflation plunges, the case for policy to remain restrictive for a prolonged period looks increasingly flimsy. With the RBA keen on keeping the economy on the path to a soft landing, we think it will cut rates in Q2, rather than in Q4 as most analysts are predicting.

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