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Ways Your Real Estate Investment Can Generate You Money

The real estate world is an industry unlike any other. It can provide financial security and is a great way to easily expand your wealth. Real estate provides an endless amount of opportunities and benefits, but before you decide to invest in real estate, you should seek the advice of a real estate consultant or […]

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Reserve Bank Keeps Australian Interest Rates on Hold – July 2010

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to keep interest rates on hold for another month. The official cash rate is currently 4.5% and with confidence decreasing throughout the economy, some people are questioning whether a rate reduction is needed. Some economists are predicting flat or negative price growth for the remainder of 2010.

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Australian Interest Rates Raised 25 Points to 4.5% – May 2010

With inflation at the higher end of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s desired levels (currently at 2.9%), a surge in house prices in March, worldwide GDP growth revised upwards, and Australia’s terms of trade rising more than expected, the RBA in their monthly meeting on the first Thursday of the month have once again increased interest rates by 25 basis points. This means that the basic cash rate now stands at 4.5%.

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Australian Interest Rates Increase Again – April 2010

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has once again raised its official cash rate by a further 25 basis points to 4.25%, its fifth increase in its past six meetings (since October 2009). Governor Glen Stevens stated that the view of the RBA is that the global economy has continued to improve and domestic activity is recovering whilst the bank seeks to ensure that Australia’s economic expansion remains on track without an outbreak of inflation.

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Australian Interest Rates Rise- the Shape of Things to Come for 2010

Seeking to cool a growing economy, the Reserve Bank of Australia has increased interest rates from 3.75% to 4% in a move widely expected by experts. As the only major economy to avoid recession (generally considered to be two consecutive quarters of negative growth), and the first to raise rates from 50-year lows as the economic crisis eased, it follows three consecutive rises at the end of 2009 but is the first rise for 2010.

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The Four Phases of Australian Interest Rates

With Australian interest rates at historic lows, consumers are quite conscious that it won’t last forever. Simon Turner of luxury real estate agency Marquette Turner Luxury Homes in this article talks about the four phases of interest rates that Australia has experienced in the last 30 to 40 years.

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June 2009 Interest Rates in Australia – Michael Marquette

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to keep interest rates on hold at 3% during their June 2009 meeting. I have doubts, however, that the Government’s stimulus package and consumer spending increases is creating a false sense of security.

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Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”: Australian-Interest Rates And The Banks

The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut interest rates by a full 1% (100 basis points) to 3.25%. The question that needs to be asked is why this wasn’t done an entire month ago in January?

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Reserve Bank has blood on its hands – We must have further interest rate cuts – NOW!

Part 1 of a 2 Part Report (read Part 1) Yesterday’s rate cut of 75 basis points 0.75%) was the right decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Fifty points (0.5%) definitely would not have been enough after the release of some of the worst economic data in many years. I had predicted in […]

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Australian Interest Rates Slashed by 0.75%

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has cut its key interest rate for the third month in a row as it attempts to prevent Australia’s economy stalling. The central bank trimmed three-quarters of a percentage point – or 75 basis points – off its key cash rate, reducing it to 5.25%, the lowest level since […]

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