The Reserve Bank of Australia was one of the few central banks among advanced economies that was not dragged into the world of quantitative easing (QE) during the 2008 financial crisis. But having already been bruised by the US-China trade dispute, it was clear the Australian economy would not be as fortunate in the current crisis from the virus pandemic. As had been widely anticipated, the RBA joined the QE club after holding an emergency meeting on March 18. With [..]
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