Does the Reserve Bank have scope to slash interest rates below 2% due to high unemployment and weak consumer confidence?
The number of home loans financed has fallen for the second consecutive month in September, but the value of those home loans financed has increased as property prices surge
Australia’s sluggish employment growth could prompt the Reserve Bank to cut the cash rate further, according to one bank
Business lending has suffered a knock-back in August, according to official figures released yesterday
Australia’s unemployment rate increased 0.1 percentage points to 6.1% in September, according to official figures released yesterday, but economists have questioned the data
The Reserve Bank is likely to start increasing the cash rate mid next year, which will see interest rates continue to rise for the next three years