US interest rates have been down at zero for six years, at some point they'll have to start comiing up
We're "pretty content" with where we are right in in terms of domestic monetary policy
At this point one would still think that an increase in fed funds rate is probably going to happen before Christmas
One could be concerned about the spillover effect that could come from a change in us monetary policy, not the move itself
AUD has made quite a significant adjustment
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