RBA governor has ‘no intention of resigning’

Governor Philip Lowe says bringing inflation down remains his focus

Philip Lowe
Philip Lowe
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Australian central bank governor Philip Lowe said he intends to stay in the top job and hopes he will be reappointed for a second term.

“My term finishes in September. I’ve got an important job to do and at least up until then I intend to do it,” Lowe said today (December 14), when asked about his future at an annual payments summit in Sydney.

Lowe was made Reserve Bank of Australia governor in September 2016. His seven-year term ends on September 17 next year.

The governor has come under

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