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Aussie bonds look through stronger than expected housing finance data and another uptick in the monthly ANZ job ads reading, with both metrics experiencing positive revisions to the prior month. The market has bigger issues on its mind after the volatile overnight session that rounded off last week’s trade, with tomorrow’s RBA decision front and centre for participants.

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Aussie bonds look through stronger than expected housing finance data and another uptick in the monthly ANZ job ads reading, with both metrics experiencing positive revisions to the prior month. The market has bigger issues on its mind after the volatile overnight session that rounded off last week’s trade, with tomorrow’s RBA decision front and centre for participants.