The RBA left the cash rate unchanged at a record low of 0.1% during its June meeting, as widely expected. Policymakers reaffirmed their commitment to maintaining highly supportive monetary conditions until at least 2024 when actual inflation is expected to be within the 2-3% target. First quarter GDP came in at 1.8%, beating market expectations of 1.5%, a third consecutive quarter of economic growth driven by continued growth in household consumption and private investment. The RBA board outlined it expects GDP to grow by 4.75% this year and 3.50% in 2022, supported by fiscal measures and accommodative financial conditions, while jobs, inflation, and wage pressures are expected to remain subdued.
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