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  • Will the U.S Fed raise interest rates?

    Will the U.S Fed raise interest rates?

    Tonight on Money News I chat to Michael Knox, the chief economist at Morgans, about whether the U.S Federal Reserve will raise interest rates and it’s impact on Australian interest rates.   Popular Links: Compare Home Loans Compare Personal Loans Mortgage Calculator Interest Only Crackdown Inflation rates rise but not enough for rate hike COMPARE […]Read More »
  • What impact will a Royal Commission have on the banks?

    What impact will a Royal Commission have on the banks?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Sharid Jain from S&P Global Ratings about what impact a royal commission have on the banks’ credit ratings Introduction: What impact will a Royal Commission have on the banks? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Monday news right around the country. I keep remembering what John Howard said about a royal commission into […]Read More »
  • Why is inflation remaining weak?

    Why is inflation remaining weak?

    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 »
  • Where will interest rates go next year?

    Where will interest rates go next year?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Westpac Chief Economist, Bill Evans, about the latest retail figures, and where interest rates are headed in 2018 Introduction: Where will interest rates go next year? Ross Greenwood:  The Reserve Bank left interest rates on hold at 1.50% in December, no surprise there whatsoever. Now, the surprise is what happens next because […]Read More »
  • Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Greens financial spokesperson Senator Peter Whish-Wilson after they announce a new policy which would see Financial institutions forced to split up their business and perform only one of four key functions under a radical policy Introduction: Why do the Greens want to break up the banks? Ross Greenwood: Yes, welcome back to Money News […]Read More »
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