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Reverse psychology

7 March 2011 By Wayne Arnold

The central bank’s decision not to raise rates recognises that higher borrowing costs could make rising food and fuel prices more painful. Better to let a rising currency counteract imported inflation. The cost may be higher asset prices but this seems like the right tradeoff.

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