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  • 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 »
  • Would ACCC have been better to regulate the financial industry?

    Would ACCC have been better to regulate the financial industry?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Professor Ian Harper, who was as a member of the Wallis committee in 1997, an inquiry which probed into the financial system and ultimately recommended the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) be set up, about why he thinks giving the ACCC more powers to regulate the financial services industry may have been a […]Read More »
  • Why are banks raising their interest rates?

    Why are banks raising their interest rates?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to the boss of the ANZ (ASX:ANZ), Shayne Elliot, after the bank lifted their rate by 0.16 per cent. Introduction: Why are banks raising their interest rates? Ross Greenwood: From one banking issue to another. Let’s now go to the two big banks, the Commonwealth Bank and ANZ today raising their mortgage rates. […]Read More »
  • Is the banking inquiry inevitable?

    Is the banking inquiry inevitable?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Matt Canavan, Minister for Northern Australia and Resources,  about the possibility of a banking inquiry Introduction:  Is the banking inquiry inevitable? Ross Greenwood: I want to start tonight talking about the fallout for the Nationals following his Queensland election. George Christensen is– where does the blame lie? In fact, George Christensen […]Read More »
  • Should the PM apologise for resisting a Royal Commission?

    Should the PM apologise for resisting a Royal Commission?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Acting Shadow Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, who is calling on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to apologise for resisting a Royal Commission into our banks for so long. Introduction: Should the PM apologise for resisting a Royal Commission? Ross Greenwood: In regards to the Royal Commissioned today the revelations continue to be shocking. In this […]Read More »