MI consumer inflation expectations in Australia decline to 3.2% in May
The Melbourne Institute (MI) released its inflation expectations for Australia on Thursday. The MI consumer inflation expectations in Australia declined to 3.2% in May from 3.4% in April.
68.3% respondents expected inflation to decline within the 0‐5% range in May, down from 69.3% in April.
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