Posts tagged: Interest rates

Is Australia’s household debt putting the economy at risk?

It certainly came as no surprise that the official cash rate was kept on hold by the Reserve Bank Board at its April 2017...   Read More

What 2017 has in store for interest rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate on hold in February at its first board meeting for 2017. The decision was in...   Read More

What does 2017 hold for Australia’s property market?

The start of the new year is always a good time to reassess your financial situation and one area that is usually on people’s...   Read More

What Trump’s win means for Australia

It’s been several weeks since Donald Trump won the US election but there is still a lot of speculation over what the likely effects...   Read More

Where to from here for interest rates?

At its February 2016 board meeting – the first of the year – the Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate on hold....   Read More

Rate cuts and property prices

The Reserve Bank of Australia has long said it was maintaining a watching brief on the Australian (and, indeed, global) economy and would take...   Read More

Rates and property: What’s in store for 2015?

Interest rates, property prices, property investors: What’s in store for 2015? Will they or won’t they, was the main question being asked at the...   Read More

Rate cut not ruled out

December saw the 15th consecutive meeting at which the Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent. And while...   Read More