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RBA holds cash rate at 0.75% at November meeting

Considering the RBA is running out of conventional monetary policy ammunition, the decision to hold the cash rate at the historic low of 0.75% was widely anticipated. The decision to keep rates on hold was supported by the latest labour market and inflation ... More
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Older Australians forced to postpone retirement

Older Australians are hanging up their boots later in life, forced to remain in the workforce well into their 70s. The participation rate for people aged 65-74 has doubled since the turn of the century, with a spike over the past two years, Deloitte ... More
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Market wrap: rate cuts, recession rumours and the RBA

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lowered the cash rate by another 25 basis points on Tuesday, resulting in a new record low of 0.75%. Before deciding to cut interest rates, the RBA considered the trend to lower interest rates globally as a trigger ... More
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How to earn more in a low-rate environment

Responding to signs of a potential slowdown, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has made three rate cuts in 2019, in June, July and October, bringing the national cash rate to a record low of 0.75%. Given that the economy's vital signs continue ... More
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Reserve Bank cuts interest rates to record low of 0.75%

Recent evidence of a strong rebound in Sydney and Melbourne housing values wasn't enough to stave off a rate cut, with the RBA opting to slash interest rates further to a new record low. A trend towards higher unemployment and a slowdown in jobs growth ... More
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Market wrap: RBA hints at third rate cut for the year

In the face of global uncertainty and heightened volatility the All Ordinaries Index has shown resilience given that it has risen consistently from mid-August gaining around 309 points or 4.78%. This is a positive sign for investors with many now optimistic ... More
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