cash rate

RBA unlikely to raise rates, but Banks probably will

The cash rate is widely expected to hold at the next meeting on Melbourne Cup Day.  Despite market commotion around home loan rate changes, 80 percent of leading economists and experts (or 24 out of 30 surveyed) anticipate the cash rate will hold at 2.0 percent at the Reserve Bank meeting on Tuesday (November 3, 2015), according to…

Indicators show cash rate cut more likely

RateCity has analysed key economic indicators to get an idea of the outcome of tomorrow’s RBA cash rate decision. Here’s what they said: The likelihood of a further cash rate cut in 2015 is growing, and lower rates may be realised as soon as September, a new analysis of key economic indicators shows. RateCity analysed…

Reserve Bank Survey shows experts divided on when cash rate will fall

A monthly Reserve Bank Survey indicates that there may be more struggles ahead for first home buyers, with the majority believing the cash rate will hold next Tuesday. Changing economic conditions have left experts torn on whether the Reserve Bank will lower the cash rate on Tuesday May 5, 2015, according to Australia’s biggest Reserve Bank Survey…