The global ratings agency has revised its outlook, saying that banks and borrowers are increasingly sensitive to market changes
The number of home loan applications by single home buyers has plummeted in the past two years as home prices skyrocket
In its quarterly review, the regulator has decided whether to maintain or raise the buffer to negate risk in the banking industry
The appointment brings in a professional with over 16 years of experience to help the bank continue its Australian expansion
A rise in full-time workers has not helped stave off a slight jump in joblessness
The MFAA has come out in defence of brokers and mortgage borrowers who it says are 'paying the price' of dwindling lending competition as non-banks 'wither on the vine'
The ASIC banning of Victorian broker Ravind Prasad is a warning to the cowboys of the industry, say brokers: "You can no longer sleep well at night".
Advantedge will soon roll out a new model to PLAN, Choice and FAST which links planners with brokers
A major bank has again seemingly telegraphed its next rate move in light of the RBA's cash rate cut
Smaller broker groups have been "quick off the mark" to diversify into commercial lending