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  • eChoice sale confirmed

    The financial group has been sold to a subsidiary of one major bank as details of the sale are finally released

  • Major bank unveils unsecured SME loan

    The lender has expanded its previous unsecured lending facilities for small businesses, promising a 10-minute approval time

  • Don't rule out cash rate cut today, says analyst by Julia Corderoy

    One financial analyst says global and domestic economic indicators suggest we shouldn't rule out a cash rate cut when the Reserve Bank meets for its monthly monetary policy board meeting today

  • Is the selling season over? by Julia Corderoy

    New home sales has peaked, but the housing market still remains in strong shape for the year ahead, a leading housing association has claimed

  • Sydney house price growth dwarfing the rest of the country by Julia Corderoy

    House prices in Sydney have grown at over eight times the average growth rate of all other capital city housing markets in the three months to July 2015

  • Should brokers have to foot the bill for ASIC? by Julia Corderoy

    ASIC has backed government proposals which will see the regulator switch to an industry funded model, replacing the taxpayer funded model in which it currently operates

  • Cash rate unlikely to be dropped by Julia Corderoy

    The cash rate is tipped to remain on hold at its record low when the Reserve Bank meets tomorrow, but we shouldn't expect a spring time surge in the housing market

  • One in three finance professionals unhappy at work by Julia Corderoy

    One in three finance professionals are unhappy in their job, a new study has revealed, with younger professionals the most unsatisfied at work