Australia's Central Bank Cut Rate to Boost Inflation, GrowthBy
Still ‘considerable uncertainty’ about jobs, CPI pressures
Strong growth potential could be assisted by lower rates: RBA
Australia’s central bank said inflation would remain low and the economy could grow faster, while house-price concerns had cooled, in explaining its decision to cut interest rates for the second time in four months.
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