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By Gregg Mountford | 01/21/2016
Happy New Year to you all. Welcome to 2016 and the first newsletter for the year. I hope you had a safe and well-rested holiday break. The Reserve Bank of Australia does not meet in January so t...
By Gregg Mountford | 12/24/2015
The Reserve Bank of Australia has again decided to leave the official cash rate at 2.00% this month. This was predicted by many financial economists. The RBA will not meet again until February 2016...
By Gregg Mountford | 11/22/2015
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the cash rate on hold at 2% on the Melbourne Cup Tuesday. Rates have now been on hold for six consecutive months. The property market is on a flat plateau d...
By Gregg Mountford | 10/20/2015
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate on hold at 2% for the fifth consecutive month at its October board meeting. This decision comes as no surprise to many economists and analysts as the...
By Gregg Mountford | 09/21/2015
The Reserve Bank has decided to leave official interest rates at the record low of 2.0 percent over September. Although rates have now been on hold for four consecutive months, the prospect of a nea...
By Gregg Mountford | 08/17/2015
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the cash rate on hold at 2% for the third consecutive month since dropping it by 25 basis points in May. This was widely anticipated by financial markets as th...
By Gregg Mountford | 07/18/2015
At its July meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided to keep the official cash rate on hold at 2.0 per cent. This decision was widely expected by analysts and we should be able to look f...
By Gregg Mountford | 06/21/2015
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the cash rate on hold at 2% at its June board meeting, after dropping it by 25 basis points last month. Let’s take a look at how the states and terri...
By Gregg Mountford | 05/17/2015
At its May meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to cut rates for the second time this year, bringing the official cash rate to a new record low of just 2.00 per cent. This is amazing news ...
By Gregg Mountford | 04/21/2015
Right after the Easter break, the Reserve Bank of Australia held its monthly meeting and decided to keep the cash rate on hold at 2.25 per cent. Many market analysts were anticipating another rate c...
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