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RBA Glossary definition for Blackout Financial Instruments

Blackout Financial Instruments – Blackout Financial Instruments� include interest rate products (including but not limited to bonds, bills, notes, certificates of deposit and term deposits), shares, warrants, options, corporate bonds and foreign exchange (except for travel purposes), active investment choice modifications to any superannuation fund account, and the rolling over of superannuation funds into a complying fund.

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