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Suddenly, the RBA seems to think missing its inflation target is a good thing

RBA governor Philip Lowe says lower inflation in the near-term is “good news”, because it eases cost of living pressures for households. But low inflation is only helpful because the economy is running at a sub-optimal level, and wage growth remains low. More »     

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Far from plain sailing: The RBA's policy update talked about some new risks building for Australia's economy

A notable tone of caution was evident in today’s quarterly Statement on Monetary Policy from the RBA. Aside from a downgrade to near-term inflation, the RBA maintained its optimistic growth forecasts for the Australian economy. More »     

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Here's more evidence that first-home buyers are supporting Australia's housing market

According to the Australian Housing Industry Association, growth in loans to first-home buyers have risen to the ...

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The RBA has downgraded its inflation forecast for this year

The RBA released its quarterly Statement on Monetary Policy this morning, with an updated set of economic growth ...

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RBA governor Philip Lowe used a key speech to argue strong population growth is good for Australia

RBA governor Philip Lowe set out the economic benefits of Australia’s rapid rate of population growth in a key ...

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Does the RBA’s lower inflation forecast mean no rate rises until the 2020s?

The Reserve Bank has warned inflation is set to weaken in coming quarters, setting the scene for more years of no interest rate rises. The post Does ...

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3 top dividend shares I would buy today

The WAM Capital Limited (ASX:WAM) dividend is one of three I would buy today after the RBA kept rates on hold...

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Your 10-second guide to today's RBA interest rate decision

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will announce its August interest rate decision this afternoon (2.30pm AEST). Given the cash rate will almost certainly remain at 1.5%, markets will turn their attention to the accompanying monetary policy statement. More »     

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