Australia Monetary Policy


Australia: RBA delivers widely expected rate cut

May 1, 2012

At its 1 May meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut the cash rate by 0.50 percentage points to 3.75% from 4.25%, in a decision that was largely expected by market analysts. The move follows on three consecutive meetings in which the RBA kept rates on hold and marks a continuation of the easing cycle started by monetary authorities in November last year. Regarding the economic scenario, the RBA maintained its view that a deep downturn is not occurring, although the world economy will grow

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