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RBA's announcement
Inflation continues to be quite low, with the CPI rising by 1.7 per cent over 2015. This was partly caused by declining prices for oil and some utilities, but underlying measures of inflation are also low at about 2 per cent. With growth in labour costs continuing to be quite subdued as well, and inflation restrained elsewhere in the world, consumer price inflation is likely to remain low over the next year or two.
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RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
The December quarter CPI figures show that the RBA's preferred measures of underlying inflation just scraped in at the bottom of the bank's two to three per cent target band.
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Japan household spending, output slump
Japan's household spending suffered the biggest annual fall in nearly a year in December and factory output slumped more than expected, renewing pressure on the central bank to ease policy further to support a fragile economic recovery.
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