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Australia's Reserve Bank cut interest rates (the cash rate charged on overnight loans between financial intermediaries) to 3.5%, a reduction due to weak European outlook and weakening growth in China.

Just to put things in perspective, here is the historical graph showing the interest rate's decline since 1990 when it went as high as 17.5.

Source: www.tradingeconomics.com

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