Reserve Bank Governor explains why the central bank has slashed interest rate to 0.25% | ABC News

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The Reserve Bank cuts interest rates to a record low 0.25 per cent and announces a money-printing program for the first time in its history to help prevent a coronavirus-driven recession.

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