Australia’s central bank hiked its key interest rate by another half percentage points, as widely expected, as policymakers viewed that the withdrawal of the extraordinary support is now needed to contain inflation amid strong labor market conditions. The policy board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, headed by Governor Philip Lowe, decided to lift the cash rate target to 1.35 percent.
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