ASX: The local market is expected to slip at the open with no lead from Wall Street overnight, which was closed for the 4th of July public holiday.
Experts are predicting a 0.50 per cent lift to the cash rate, double what would be considered a regular hike.
A 0.50 per cent hike would bring the official interest rate to 1.35 per cent - up from 0.1 per cent in April.
The Prime Minister pledged an extra $99.5 million in military aid, in addition to the previously announced $285 million package, which included 40 Bushmasters and artillery pieces.
This comes as estimates put the cost of rebuilding Ukraine following Russia's invasion at $1.1 trillion (US$750 billion).
Australian farmers continue to cash in on high commodity prices and strong production despite a volatile global environment.
Compo: Injured NSW workers are facing longer waits for compensation, hard-to-live-off payments and are suffering mental trauma as they face an "abusive" system, a new report has said.
Bright idea: New technology could revolutionise the way doctors detect concussion, epilepsy, and dementia, and help give patients forewarning about their conditions.