On Tuesday, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) witnessed a decrease in its local shares by nearly half a percent, continuing an overall downward trend. This downturn coincided with the release of the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) September minutes, which revealed that board members had chosen to maintain steady rates due to significant increases in interest rates over a short duration.
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The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) experienced a broad decline on Tuesday, with the energy sector being the only one to close higher. Local shares fell by almost half a percent as gains in energy were offset by losses across other sectors. The Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) September minutes, released on the same day, revealed that board members decided to hold rates steady at the September meeting due to significant increases in interest rates over a short period.