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Peter Overton, Nine News Sydney: Simpler and better – the catch cry from Australia’s largest bank, the Commonwealth Bank as it tries to move on from the scandals of the Royal commission. But when it comes to explaining why the banking giant hasn’t passed on the Reserve Bank rate cuts in full, things aren’t so […]Read More »
Ross Greenwood speaks to Chairman of the ACCC, Rod Sims, regarding their agenda for 2018 and the big four banks are at the top of the list. Introduction: Why are Big Four Banks in the ACCC’s sights? Ross Greenwood: I want to take to something also that’s important to your hip pocket and that is the work of […]Read More »
- Ross Greenwood speaks to Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans after the Reserve Bank of Australia has cut interest rates bringing it to a historic low of 1.25 per cent. Ross Greenwood: The Fear Professional Promotion is on now. Get a fantastic finance offer on selected models or drive away in the practical Fear double diesel […]Read More »
Ross Greenwood speaks to the Chairman of the Productivity Commission, Peter Harris, about the need for a regulatory security of the banks Introduction: Should banking competition be suppressed in the name of safety? Ross Greenwood: It’s almost 10 years since the global financial crisis. Really, with the falls in the stock market today, you don’t need any sort of […]Read More »
Ross Greenwood speaks to Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, about the weaker than expected inflation numbers despite higher increases in energy prices that offset by a 10% fall in vegetables Introduction: Inflation remains weak. Ross Greenwood: Let’s now go to those inflation numbers out today as I said, that were up annually by 1.8% which […]Read More »
What if a hard working person reasonably wants to get into the housing market? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of Gladys Berejiklian, Premier NSW – blog title of NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian – Housing Affordability Package.
What is driving the deterioration is housing prices? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of Helena Chang, Vice President, Moody’s Investors Services – blog title of Housing Affordability gets worse – Alena Chen Moody’s.
What is happening is that from 1 July onwards? Listen or read the transcript of this interview with Louis Christopher, SQM Research under the title of Vacancy rates could tighten despite a rise in rental vacancy.
What is it that actually keeps the momentum in the economy going?? Read the transcript or listen to this interview with Robert Muller, Managing Director, BIS Oxford Economics – article posted as The collapse of the housing industry is on the way.
What is now Aussie Home Loans? Listen to the interview or read this transcript of John Symond, Executive Chairman and Founder of Aussie Home Loans – blog title of Aussie John Symond: Thanks for 6 years.