Daily Briefs: Govt won't launch 'shopping list of reforms' as pandemic pain bites

RBA governor Philip Lowe

RBA governor Philip Lowe issued a statement saying that globally, financial markets were working more effectively than they were a month ago, but conditions had not completely normalised. Image credit: Mick Tsikas/AAP

By Alex Sampson
Tue 5 May 2020

The Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep the nation’s official cash rate on hold at 0.25%. [.....]

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