The “uncomfortable” labour market outlook will force the Reserve Bank to cut rates in mid-2016, the chief economist of ANZ has said
It is not reasonable to expect clawback provisions to be removed altogether, the chief executive of the MFAA has said
New figures reveal loans to investors have cooled significantly, which will come as a relief to the Reserve Bank ahead of its monetary policy board meeting tomorrow
This week has seen more lenders join the major banks in hiking interest rates and consumer complaints against brokers drop at the same time as their market share continues to rise.
A major bank has reported a $22 billion increase in its home loan portfolio, with broker originated loans on the rise
This week saw banks begin a round of rate hikes, a major shake-up for financial services and a slowing property market