SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s central financial institution left its money fee at a report low of 0.1% on Tuesday, and reiterated its outlook that charges might stay there till 2024 because it seeks full employment within the economic system.
The Reserve Financial institution of Australia (RBA) made the announcement following its month-to-month assembly. A Reuters ballot discovered all 15 analysts anticipated a gradual consequence this week. [AU/INT]
Reporting by Wayne Cole; Enhancing by Shri Navaratnam