The RBA has once again left the cash rate on hold at 1.5%, with financial markets betting the cash rate won’t rise until July 2019.
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While the RBA has flagged the next move in interest rates will be a rise, it remains likely that any hike to the cash rate is well in the future.
The RBA has held the cash rate at its record low but the next move in interest rates will be a rise.
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While the result from the first Reserve Bank meeting of the year was widely expected, interest rates won’t stay at their record lows forever.
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