Inflation in Australia lower than expected
Data released yesterday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed that consumer prices in June rose by 6% year-over-year. Most analysts had predicted a 6.3% increase. Core inflation (less food and energy) came in at 5.9%, which was also below the consensus forecast. A rapid decrease in inflation could give the Reserve Bank of Australia reason to continue tightening its monetary policy and could support the Australian dollar.
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