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Intention to purchase new cars declines

The number of Australians looking to purchase a new vehicle in the next four years has hit the lowest level since 2014, according to Roy Morgan Research.

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ANZ shakes up interest-only home loans

Big four lender ANZ has announced major changes to its interest-only mortgages following a period of conservative lending.

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Property buyers expect house prices to continue falling

The latest edition of Digital Finance Analytics’ (DFA) household survey has revealed house price expectations have taken a complete nosedive across all consumer groups.

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UBank launches ‘green’ term deposit product

UBank has unveiled the ‘world’s first’ ‘green’ term deposit for consumers, designed to attract the savings of environmentally-aware millennials.

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ACTU calls for increase to the minimum wage

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has called for a $43-per week pay increase for Australia’s lowest paid workers, in the lead up to this year’s federal election.

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Unwanted online purchases costing Australians nearly $400 a year: ME Bank

Not returning unwanted items bought online is having a pretty serious impact on our bank accounts, according to a new ME Bank study.

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Australian house values continue to trend lower: CoreLogic

National dwelling values fell by 0.7% in February, according to CoreLogic, with values declining by a total of 6.8% since prices peaked in October 2017.

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Australian credit card usage falls in January

Both the number and value of Australian credit card purchases fell in January, according to the latest Reserve Bank data.

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Macquarie and UBank both drop term deposit rates

Macquarie Bank and UBank have cut term deposit interest rates on various terms by up to 15 to 20 basis points.

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Employees could soon choose how often they receive their salary

One new Australian fintech is seeking to change the way Australians get paid, by allowing them to access a portion of their regular salary early.

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