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Rates not a cure-all, says outgoing RBA governor

Mr Stevens was forthright in his advice to government: it needs to bring the budget into the black while investing in infrastructure


GLENN Stevens used his final speech as central bank governor to try to shake Australia out of its torpor.

The longer-term outlook he painted was fairly bleak: an extended period of low growth, debt-laden households with restricted borrowing capacity, monetary policy...

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