Australia RBA says keeps regular policy timetable

AUSTRALIA - The head of Australia's central bank said today, Tuesday 18 September, he had not seen anything in the past week that was urgent enough to warrant a rate cut between regular board meetings. The next board meeting is on October 2.

The Reserve Bank of Australia left official rates unchanged earlier on Tuesday, despite speculation of an imminent easing following sharp cuts by the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada and the European Central Bank on Monday to bolster market confidence

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