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By Gregg Mountford | 11/20/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has chosen to hold the official cash rate steady at 1.5% for the third consecutive month. The performance of the housing market was likely a key topic of discussion ...
By Gregg Mountford | 10/23/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has made it two consecutive months of inaction for Australia’s official cash rate. In what was a widely predicted outcome, this month’s RBA board meeting en...
By Gregg Mountford | 09/25/2016
At its September meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep the official cash rate on hold at 1.50 per cent. The decision came as no surprise to economists as the RBA cut the cash ra...
By Gregg Mountford | 08/21/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has trimmed Australia’s official cash rate to a new record low, dropping it by 0.25% to 1.5% at this month’s board meeting. The decision surprised some, ...
By Gregg Mountford | 07/24/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the official cash rate on hold at 1.75%, for the second consecutive month. Despite a volatile couple of weeks leading up to this announcement, the UK's decisi...
By Gregg Mountford | 06/25/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the official cash rate on hold at 1.75%, after a surprise drop in May. With low inflation rates and the Aussie dollar creeping higher, economists are predictin...
By Gregg Mountford | 05/24/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced the outcome of its board meeting this month, decreasing the cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.75%. The RBA decided to make the move in response to low i...
By Gregg Mountford | 04/20/2016
A stabilising economy has seen the Reserve Bank of Australia leave the cash rate on hold at 2% this month. The Australian economy is tracking along quite well at present. Property prices across the...
By Gregg Mountford | 03/20/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the official cash rate on hold at 2% at its second monetary policy board meeting for 2016, making it the tenth consecutive month on hold. Strong economic data...
By Gregg Mountford | 02/21/2016
The Reserve Bank of Australia has again decided to leave the official cash rate at 2.00% at its first board meeting for 2016. This approach was predicted by many economists as the Reserve Bank asse...
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