EDITORIAL: A dull Reserve Bank meeting may be a good thing
As markets get jittery about inflation and interest rates, the Bank is a sea of calm calculation
In a world in which investors are getting jittery about the outlook for global inflation and interest rates, analysing the next move by the Reserve Bank is refreshingly boring.
Not one of the 19 economists surveyed by Bloomberg ahead of the next monetary policy committee (MPC) decision on Thursday expect a change. The consensus view is that the repo rate will stay unchanged at 3.5%, where it’s been since July 2020...
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