The Reserve Bank has kept rates on hold at the historic low of 0.25%, as expected. But this hasn't stopped leading economists talking up the possibility of negative interest rates over the coming year. More
By David Thornton -
David Thornton is a journalist at Money magazine. He previously worked at Your Money, covering market news as producer of Trading Day Live. Before that, he covered business and finance news at The Constant Investor. David holds a Masters of International Relations from the University of Melbourne.