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Australian dollar steady as RBA leaves rates unchanged at historic lows
7th April
  • The Reserve Bank of Australia left interest rates unchanged at a historic low of 0.25%.
  • Philip Lowe, the governor, pledged to do whatever it takes to safeguard Australia's jobs.
  • The central bank has provided more than $90 billion in stimulus to encourage lending to businesses

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27th March
Bank of Canada cuts rates again by 50 basis points to 0.25% to combat Coronavirus
27th March
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26th March
UK’s monetary policy committee votes in favor of keeping rates steady at 0.10%
26th March
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26th March
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