COVER: James Symond
The RBA left the cash rate on hold at 2.5% for the fourteenth consecutive month, which has seen some mixed reactions from the broking industry
Ben Kingsley of the PIPA talks to us about why, despite the noise, the RBA is unlikely to scrap negative gearing.
If you were taking a punt on the RBA's cash rate decision, now is the time to see if you were on the money
Job advertisements have risen for the fifth consecutive month, suggesting a turnaround in the Australian labour market
While the cash rate is expected to remain on hold at the next RBA board meeting, the market can expect rates to rise next year followed by a downward cycle as soon as 2017