RBA's Kent: "No reason why RBA moves have to be 25 basis point increments"

RBA’s Kent has been hitting the wires with comments as follows:

  • No reason why RBA moves have to be 25 basis point increments.
  • Accommodative monetary policies have encouraged greater risk-taking by both lenders and borrowers.
  • Important ways in which the monetary transmission mechanism works.
  •  Current good growth raises risk cpi pressures pick up.
  •  Markets may be under-pricing risk of faster global growth.

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