RBA could hold meetings 'every two months'

The Reserve Bank of Australia could meet every second month, rather than holding the current monthly monetary policy meetings, a former central bank board member said.

"The bank could readily meet, say every two months, without any impediment to policy making and without anyone noticing the difference," Former Treasury Secretary Ted Evans said.

Mr Evans said he was not attracted to the idea of the bank publishing minutes after each meeting.

But he said he suggestions that the bank could issue an

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