A November RBA Tightening
Terry McCrann continues to highlight the risk of an increase in the RBA’s official cash rate in November:
The only thing that could stay the RBA’s hand on the rate lever on Cup Day is a mild September quarter CPI inflation figure.
And it would now have to be milder than a tobacco-free cigarette. And/or some sort of utter disaster in the US.
But even if so, almost nothing can save the governor . . . from hiking early next year.
posted on 04 October 2007 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets
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