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RBA rate hold August: Get your own rate cut

Australia’s cash rate has not been cut again this month, which means if you want a rate reduction on your home loan, you’ll have to do it yourself.

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Big four fixed rate cuts: Is it time to fix your rate?

Amid strong expectations of further cash rate cuts and tentative signals of a property market rebound, Australia’s largest banks are among the many lenders tempting mortgage-holders to lock in their interest rates with some attractively low fixed-rates.

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Westpac: More RBA rate cuts to come in October and February

Australia’s cash rate will be 0.50% by February 2020, according to the latest official forecast from Westpac’s economics team.

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RBA rate cut July: Who’s passing on another cut?

For the second month in a row, Australia’s cash rate has been cut, but fewer banks and lenders are expected to fully pass on this month’s cut to home loan interest rates. Savings.com.au will keep you updated with the latest rate cut announcements.

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ING to cut Savings Maximiser interest rate again

ING Australia will tomorrow (9 July 2019) pass on the Reserve Bank’s latest 25-basis-point rate cut to its popular Savings Maximiser account.

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RBA rate cut June: Who’s passing on the cut?

Is your lender passing on the RBA’s latest cash rate cut? Savings.com.au keeps you posted on which banks and lenders are cutting home loan interest rates.

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Australians were reluctant to borrow money ahead of the election

Australia’s total monthly credit growth in April was the slowest in over five years, as the nation endured the continuing property downturn and held its breath ahead of the federal election

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Minimum wage to rise 3%: Workers set to earn extra $1,123 per year

In a decision that will affect around 2.2 million workers, Australia’s Fair Work Commission has announced from 1 July 2019, the national minimum wage will increase 3% to $740.80 per week, or $19.49 per hour.

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Non-bank lenders on the rise

Recent growth in Australia’s non-bank mortgage lending sector is showing no signs of slowing, an international round table has heard.

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Big four bank customers the most likely to switch banks

Customers of the big four banks are more likely to switch to another bank, according to a new study.

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