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  1. ... Australia . In 1959, this original body corporate was preserved as the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) in legislation, specifically to carry on the central banking ...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 20/04/2007

  2. ...increase key interest rate (in this case is RBA), it means that supply of reserves in banking system (central bank is the supplier of reserves ) will fall, which in turn...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 06/10/2009

  3. ...not a private (or public) company. It is entirely owned by the Australian Government, but is not a government detpartment. The bank does not take orders from the governement, but the board are ...

    3 Answers · Travel · 10/12/2008

  4. The minimum Lending Rate is set by the central bank of the country concerned. When it is lowered any individual...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 25/09/2012

  5. First, you must be an Australian citizen. Next, you must get really good grades...have a postgraduate degree in that area and some work experience in a bank or financial institution or the public sector (ie government job).

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 29/05/2009

  6. They ve no money to lend you so I wouldn t bother asking this one! Regards. UK

    1 Answers · Social Science · 17/08/2008

  7. No. I don t think so. They only change the interest rate that we have to pay. I think banks would stop if they were smart enough.

    1 Answers · Social Science · 15/10/2008

  8. ...regulatory objectives outlined below. They are: * the Reserve Bank of Australia ( RBA ), charged with ensuring system stability; * the Australian ...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 24/08/2010

  9. Inflation is a general and progressive increase in prices; "in inflation everything gets more valuable except money". So everything becomes more expensive while our wallets do not get any fatter.

    3 Answers · Social Science · 21/11/2011

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