RESERVE Bank governor Philip Lowe has played the role of economic party pooper, refusing to share the new-found enthusiasm of his international counterparts by serving up a muted assessment of Australia’s growth prospects.
Investing.com - The yen was broadly higher on Tuesday after North Korea said it had successfully test fired an intercontinental ballistic missile, while the dollar was steady against a currency basket ahead of U.S. market holiday.
Sterling edged down on Tuesday after a survey of Britain's construction sector showed growth cooling in June, adding to signs that the economy might be struggling to gain momentum after a slow start to the year.
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