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Australian Interest Rates Raised 25 Points to 4.5% – May 2010

With inflation at the higher end of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s desired levels (currently at 2.9%), a surge in house prices in March, worldwide GDP growth revised upwards, and Australia’s terms of trade rising more than expected, the RBA in their monthly meeting on the first Thursday of the month have once again increased interest rates by 25 basis points. This means that the basic cash rate now stands at 4.5%.

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Breaking News: Australian Interest Rates Cut

Finally the pressures upon Australians will be eased and we have a reason to look positively at the property market in 2008. As commented yesterday by Simon Turner in his Word on the Street article, The Reserve Bank of Australia at 2.30pm today announced that they would cut interest rates by 0.25% (25 basis points). […]

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Australian’s say goodbye to half their income

Three quarters of Australians are worried about their ability to pay their bills, as inflation remains at elevated levels, a survey by a consumer credit check company shows. A phone poll commissioned by Veda Advantage showed that 75 per cent of respondents had debt repayment anxiety. Price rises were a concern for 55 per cent […]

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