Can Australia withstand a recession if Interest Rates stay on hold?

Ross Greenwood speaks to Managing Director of PIMCO Sydney, Robert Mead, we may not see a change to interest rates until the back end of 2019 and if a global downturn were to occur, the RBA would have less ammunition to throw Australia.

Interview with: Robert Mead, Managing Director, PIMCO


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