The 25 basis-point rise, the fourth in as many months, takes the central bank's benchmark monetary-policy rate to 6.5%, its highest level since its 2003 introduction. Rates have now risen 200 basis points since July 2007.
The latest move comes as annual inflation climbed to 6.27% in Au
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