Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) -- The Reserve Bank of Australia left its benchmark interest rate unchanged for a ninth straight meeting at 4.75 percent, the highest among the world’s developed economies.
Governor Glenn Stevens’s decision, announced in a statement today after a meeting in Perth, matched the prediction of all 25 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News. The benchmark borrowing cost has been unchanged since it was last raised in November.
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