Reserve Bank minutes and speeches this week are likely to challenge the market's view on interest rates.

It’s another big week for the RBA this week. We get the minutes to the February meeting on Tuesday at 1130 AEDT, the RBA Governor Glenn Stevens speaks on an ASIC panel a little later that day (1330 AEDT) and then the same man puts in an appearance before the House Economics Committee on Friday (starts 0930 AEDT). I think the message that will come through all of these will be the same – just a reinforcement of what we have heard in the press release, the SOMP and Deputy Governor Philip Lowe’s speech over the last two weeks.


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