- The RBA voted to keep the cash rate unchanged at 4.10 per cent.
- Treasurer Jim Chalmers said Australians would be breathing a sigh of relief.
- It follows the relative easing of inflation data.
Borrowers have been given another reprieve after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left the nation’s official interest rate on hold for a second straight month, but the central bank’s governor has left the door open to further rate hikes.
The RBA board decided on Tuesday to leave the cash rate target at 4.10 per cent amid — although RBA governor Philip Lowe warned it is “still too…
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