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The Reserve Bank won’t be raising interest rates anytime soon. Here’s why

Next month, should the Reserve Bank once again keeps interest rates on hold (rated a 100% chance in the market) it will mark 91 months – more than seven and a half years – since the RBA last raised the cash rate (in November 2010) from 4.5% to 4.75%. And despite warnings from the RBA governor that the next change in interest rates will likely be a rise, the latest housing finance figures suggest this current period without a rise is set to continue.

The Reserve Bank won’t be raising interest rates anytime soon. Here’s why
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  • Guardian
  • April 19, 2018
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We are now experiencing the longest run without a rate rise in the RBA’s history – well beyond the 58 months during the mid to late 1990s when the RBA took the cash rate from 7.5% to 4.75%.

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