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October Cash Rate cut most unlikely with conditions stable in the money markets and negative real interest rates
30 th   September 2016 October Cash Rate cut most unlikely with conditions stable in the money markets and negative real interest rates It is no secret that the RBA look at a number of economic indicators when they go to board on the first Tuesday of each m...

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September Rate Cut is not Completely out of the Question
6th September 2016 September Rate Cut is not Completely out of the Question   While it is highly unlikely,  the RBA could further cut interest rates today  when they meet for their decision on monetary policy for the month. In light of the 25 basic point cu...

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August 2016 Cash Rate cut is more than likely
30th July 2016 August 2016 Cash Rate cut is more than likely Key points: -CPI inflation hits a 17 year low -Money markets Overnight Indexed Swaps (OIS) are at new lows -Government bond yields are moving into 1.50% territory -24/25 economists surveyed believ...

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U.S. Federal Reserve Breaks Bad
Blog Post 12| 27th December 2015 U.S. Federal Reserve Breaks Bad In the wind up of 2015 the Federal Reserve (FED, U.S. Central Bank) has made a counter logical (logical, in terms of their theoretical mandate) decision to increase interest rates, effectively...

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Australia needs more cash!
Blog Post 11| 28th October 2015 Australia needs more cash! One of the major changes that has occurred over the past 20 to 30 years, since the days of financial deregulation, is the decline in the percentage of cash  (liquid of currency) to bank assets (priv...

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Blog Post 10| 27th August 2015
  Blog Post 10| 27 th  August 2015 Interest only mortgage loans under scrutiny by ASIC The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) are cracking down on interest only loans in the mortgage market suggesting a portion are at risk of default. Th...

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Just in time delivery
Blog Post 9 | 5 th  May 2015 Just in time delivery The decision by the RBA to cut the cash rate by 25 basis points in May  has proven quiet effective in stabilising money markets since early May. 3 year CGS yields have normalised to above 2 year CGS yields,...

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Will they cut in May?
Blog Post 8 | 5 th  May 2015 Will they cut in May? The 30, 90 and 180 Bank Accepted Bills (BABs) rates dropped to 2.15, 2.17 and 2.25 per cent respectively yesterday (04/05/2015).  An increasing amount of economists are siding with the argument for a rate c...

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Even more signals for lower interest rates
Blog Post 7 | 21 st  April
2015 Even more signals for lower interest
rates The spread on 3 year Commonwealth
Government Securities (CGS) and 2 year CGS has widened to 5 basis points; 1.82
per cent and 1.87 percent respectively as at 20 th  April 2015.
This ...

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More signals for lower interest rates
Blog Post 7 | 21 st April 2015 More signals for lower interest rates The spread on 3
year Commonwealth Government Securities (CGS) and 2 year CGS has widened to 5 basis
points; 1.82 per cent and 1.87 percent respectively as at 20 th April
2015. This indicat...
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