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Sydney : Australia | Oct 02, 2012 at 2:37 PM PDT
Source: The Age
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THE Reserve Bank has cut interest rates to the lowest point since the 2009 financial crisis amid concern that the mining investment boom will peak sooner and lower than expected. It is on standby to cut rates again at its next meeting on Melbourne Cup Day. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
 
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