RBA Kohler says lending to small business is little changed since the onset of the pandemic

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia's  Marion Kohler, Head of Domestic Markets, speechto the Australian Financial Markets Association,

On the headline, a lot of small business borrowings since the start of the crisis have been to cover cashflow deficits.

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