New report shows the different directions of premium market and affordable market
A report says tightening of lending standards may affect credit growth and home prices
Legislation was passed to bolster the group's ability to ensure accountability in the finance sector
A federal court today found the major lender had been involved in setting the BBSW on four occasions
Debt agreements make many brokers shudder - but could the stigma around bankruptcy be fading?
As the nation gears up for next Tuesday's RBA meeting, the ABA's CEO says low interest rates are a 'warning sign' that times are uncertain
An investor spokes-group is accusing ASIC of acting too slowly in freezing a bank account containing investors' funds
ASIC has updated its guidelines surrounding credit licensing, saying it will take a 'tougher' approach where deliberate breaches occur
A newly registered political party has accused banks of "gouging" consumers while they "bleat about the cost of funds"
Controversial economist, Leith van Onselen, says Australia's 'rigid' urban planning system could easily turn into an oversupply if the country's mining industry goes bust