The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to leave the official cash rate unchanged at 1% as it awaits fresh economic data to allow it to assess the impact of its June and July cuts.
In making this decision not to drop rates again the RBA will have considered some early evidence of an improving housing market following its previous cuts. ...
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The Reserve Bank of Australia decided to once again leave the official cash rate unchanged at 1.5%. That is now two years since the last cash rate move. I'd like to share the recent rate announcement and my thoughts on why the Reserve Bank of Australia has made this decision.
With a combination of factors including very low wages growth, ...
Rising home credit loan costs may push contract pressure assist into hoisted an area in mining locales and different parts of the nation with sickly work markets, contract protection monster Genworth Financial cautioned on Wednesday.
As indicated by Genworth, a higher extent of mortgage holders in Queensland and Western Australia have ...