RBA Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.75 per cent, as widely expected and said that is quite low and would remain that way for some time.
Regarding the exchange rate, the RBA said that a rising A$ could complicate economic rebalancing.
Data released earlier today was also weak, retail sales growth continued the weak trend in May, rising just 0.2% m/m after a downwardly-revised 0.1% rise in April.
Consumer confidence has slipped a little in recent weeks and the uncertain political environment both domestically and abroad is likely to weigh on confidence going forward.
Australia election vote count has begun again, although nothing conclusive has come through so far.
On the 2-hourly charts AUD/JPY has slipped below 20-SMA at 76.98, Stochs and are biased lower.
Good to sell rallies around 76.75/80, SL: 77.30, TP: 76.40/ 76
AUD/JPY extends downside from Tuesday, hits lows of 74.55.
Speculation about BOJ verbal intervention sees some profit booking in JPY crosses.
Techs support further downside.
Book partial profits, lower trailing stops to 75.50, target 74.35/ 74/ 73.75