Aussie dollar tipped to fall as the Fed continues rate hiking circle | The Business | ABC News
The world's central bankers are heading to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later this week, with global interest rates top of the agenda. Richard
Franulovich, Head of FX Strategy at Westpac, says if the US Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates more than the Reserve Bank in
Australia, that will put downward pressure on the Australian dollar.
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Governor Lowe has agreed to take questions from the floor.
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RBA Govenor warns it is unclear how high interest rates will go | ABC 7:30
Watch an interview the ABC ran this week where Phillip Lowe discusses the purpose and intention of monetary policy since 2020 as well
as the justification for the "surprising" lifts in the cash rate, as well as some projections for the future.
Classroom discussion could be based on the business cycle and the current macroeconomic indicators of the economy, the role of monetary
policy and the reasons why the Reserve Bank might take a particular monetary policy stance.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIWA) Student Economic Forum is back for 2022. Our Student Economic Forum is now in its 25th
The Economic Teacher's Association of WA (ETAWA) would like to invite Year 12 students and their teachers to attend the 2022 Student
Economic Forum. The event is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCIWA).
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