Will savers continue to struggle after another RBA rate cut?

After a second consecutive rate cut on Tuesday, much of the focus has been on which lenders are cutting home loan rates and by how much. But with interest rates falling to new record lows with each rate cut, Australians shouldn’t forget about the impact this can have on savings accounts and term deposits.

How the big four banks responded to the RBA rate cut

All of the big four banks have announced cuts to their home loan interest rates after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) dropped its cash rate to a record low of 1% yesterday.

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.

RBA cuts interest rates two months in a row

The Reserve Bank has continued to shake up the status-quo, cutting the official cash rate by 25 basis points for the second consecutive month in a bid to stimulate the economy.

Who’s passed on the RBA rate cut to term deposits?

With Australia’s central bank cutting interest rates this week, much of the focus has been on home loan rates – but plenty of institutions have been quietly moving term deposit rates too, and not all of them have been cuts either.