2/10/2013

After electing to leave rates unchanged only last week, Australia's central bank is indicating growing concern over the weakness of the economy, prompting economists to predict a rate cut next time around. The bank "has downgraded its economic growth outlook to a greater extent than we expected, as it continues to see inflation as remaining consistent with its target," said Alvin Pontoh, Asia-Pacific macro strategist at TD Securities.

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