House committee urges RBA to increase transparency

AUSTRALIA - A two-year study of international financial markets by Australia's House of Representatives economics committee has concluded that the the Reserve Bank of Australia has to explain more about its monetary policy decisions and economic thinking.

The 100-page report urged the central bank to "actively pursue" international best practice in transparency on monetary policy. The report was unanimous, from a committee that includes members of both the conservative coalition government an

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