RBA buying semis in March 2025 to May 2028 maturity
By Sophia RodriguesPublished On 11 Nov 2020 , 11:32 AM
The RBA is buying A$1.0 billion semis today under the A$100 billion bond-buying program.
The purchases will be for maturies in the March 2025 to May 2028 range.
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