RBA Cut Cash Rate to 0.25%

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) held an emergency meeting today, in response to the global outbreak of coronavirus. As a result, the RBA decided to cut the current cash rate to 0.25%, in order to ease pressure on the economy.

Governor Philip Lowe indicated that the Board took this decision to support the economy as it responds to the global coronavirus outbreak.

“The primary response to the virus is to manage the health of the population, but other arms of policy, including monetary and fiscal policy, play an important role in reducing the economic and financial disruption resulting from the virus,” The Board announced.

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