The evidence suggests Reserve Bank rate cuts don’t hurt confidence
In The Conversation, I round-up the US and Australian evidence on the effect of monetary policy on consumer confidence. There is little evidence for a perverse signalling effect from rate cuts on confidence, contrary to suggestions by the RBA Board.
posted on 04 February 2020 by skirchner in Monetary Policy
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