The Reserve Bank raised rates to a 12-year high of 7.25% in March, a move criticised by Fraser at the time, before cutting earlier this month to 7%.
Fraser told Dow Jones Newswires that both the February and March rises were unnecessary and too aggressive, forcing the central bank into an "abrupt
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