RBA Lowe at parliamentary hearing via videoconference on Thu
By Sophia RodriguesPublished On 25 May 2020 , 06:37 PM
RBA governor Philip Lowe will appear before a Select Senate Committee on COVID-19 on Thursday. Lowe will answer questions via videoconference from 10am-11am AEST.
APRA chief Wayne Byres and ASIC chair James Shipton are among other key officials who will answer questions at the hearing.
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