Lending to the private sector in Australia: a 0.5% with a forecast of 0.5%
Investing.com – an indicator for the “credit to the private sector in Australia (m/m)” for the last month increased. The official data, released on Friday.
According to a report prepared by the Reserve Bank of Australia, this is (taking into account seasonal fluctuations) amounted to 0.5%, compared with 0.5% in the previous month.
Experts expect growth than in the last month on 0,5%.
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