Why the Reserve Bank isn’t done yet | ABC News Daily

Why the reserve bank isn't done yet | abc news daily

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The barrage of interest rate rises continues, with the Reserve Bank lifting the official cash rate for the sixth consecutive month. The rate rises aim to hold back inflation, but they risk hastening an economic downturn. Today, Alan Kohler on how new homeowners are caught in the middle.

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