Central banker has big boots to fill

According to this article, published Saturday 5 August by The Age, the man who will replace Ian Macfarlane at the Reserve Bank of Australia will have a tough time.

"Glenn Stevens' most challenging task will be economic management. He inherits an economy that has been expanding for an improbably long 15 consecutive years, and has ownership of the policy settings he inherits, by virtue of his position on the main board since 2001 as deputy governor."

"The central bank and its new boss are in for

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