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Is Treasurer Chalmers the Pontius Pilate of interest rates?

30 November 2023

4:00 AM

30 November 2023

4:00 AM

Australian Prime Ministers typically leave a single memory to mark their reign. Morrison had his lump of coal. Rudd loved Pink Batts. Gillard haunts our empty school halls. Turnbull is the man from Snowy two-point-never. Abbott stopped the boats and Albanese had no Voice.

Then there is Paul Keating. Mister 17.5

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