Six unexpected graphs from the RBA’s latest report

China needs more hospital beds, the elderly are hoarding cash in their wallets and overall households are spending less and saving more.

We’ve all heard of Christmas in July. Well, for business reporters around Australia, it’s Christmas in June thanks to the Reserve Bank of Australia’s quarterly bulletin.

The bulletin is set to generate countless analysis and commentary articles over the next couple of weeks. Our economics writer Callam Pickering already wrote on the foreign investment section of it earlier today.

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