RBA's Lowe Sees Room to Ease, Wants Lower Currency Like Peers DoBy
Key factor is whether demand is sufficient to drive job growth
Lowe says main risks to outlook lie offshore, including China
Australian central bank Deputy Governor Philip Lowe reiterated that low wage growth and contained inflation provide scope to cut rates further and said, like most of his global peers, he’d prefer a weaker currency.
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