RBA's Kent says getting close to time US monetary policy is moving to neutral stance

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia's Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets

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  • Borrowing costs likely to rise, including for Australian banks
 

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Kent is obviously concerned we don't get enough Fed commentary from the Fed. 

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