Interest rates could tumble further

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Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens says if a Australian dollar marketplace conditions were appropriate, a RBA would intervene.

Interest rates ... low now, yet could be even reduce in 2014.

Interest rates … low now, yet could be even reduce in 2014.
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INTEREST rates could come down further, with Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens indicating a executive bank has an “open mind” about serve shifts on financial policy.

Fronting a parliamentary cabinet in Canberra this morning Mr Stevens pronounced a mercantile year had not been as good as a RBA had hoped, yet not as bad as it could presumably have been.

He pronounced it was not out of a doubt that a central money rate could come down serve from a stream 2.5 per cent.

“The house has an open mind about either need to reduce seductiveness rates further,” Mr Stevens said.

'Monetary process can't force spending' ... Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens. Picture: ...

‘Monetary process can’t force spending’ … Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens. Picture: AAP Image/Alan Porritt
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Consumers have enjoyed record low seductiveness rates post a tellurian financial crisis, ensuing in some-more first-time homeowners removing into a market.

However Mr Stevens pronounced that a serve obscure of seductiveness rates might not be adequate to inspire spending and investment in other areas.

“Monetary process can’t force spending to occur,” he said.

“In a end, though, firms and people have to have a certainty to take advantage of that situation.”

Mr Stevens pronounced that mining investment had “reached a peak” yet that there was a regard that non-mining investment was still during a “low ebb”.

He pronounced in a brief tenure subsequent trend expansion in GDP “will substantially continue for a small bit longer”.

But Mr Stevens hoped in a middle tenure destiny expansion would collect adult and a economy could lapse to full strength.

His comments currently come after Treasurer Joe Hockey yesterday expelled a Midyear Economic and Fiscal Outlook.

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