The RBA left the cash rate on hold at 1.5% at its March meeting today. but there is a growing possibility that rates could fall later this year.
Don’t give in to the fear about the housing market and falling property prices. This is not the beginning of the end; it is an opportunity.
When you succumb to the lure of a luxury handbag or the convenience of a takeaway meal, it’s not your rational brain in charge. It’s your inner ape.
Bill Shorten has vowed to abolish negative gearing and scrap franking credits, but how would a Labor victory hit your hip pocket?
What should you do with super during retirement? During the GFC many people panicked and fled to the safety of cash, only to lock in their losses.
With credit harder to obtain and the royal commission cracking down on car dealers, Carsales’ own Stratton finance division could struggle.
Right now we all see falling property prices. This is long overdue and watching the media turn from “property prices to boom” to “property prices to bust” does cause me to laugh out loud.
The RBA has looked past the housing downturn which has gathered some momentum over the past three months, to hold the cash rate firm at their first meeting this year.