All eyes will be on the Reserve Bank’s rates decision, while GDP, inflation and retail trade prints lead a bevy of economic data.

The Reserve Bank of Australia is back in the spotlight this week as investors eagerly wait to see if the board will go two-in-a-row and drop the already historically low cash rate even further.

Outside the central bank, economic data is in great supply with reads on Australia’s GDP and international trade balance scheduled, alongside a private survey on inflation expectations.


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