With some really odd Australians seemingly praying for a house price Armageddon, some experts are pondering whether a bottom is starting to show up in the prope…
Financial markets are now pricing in a better than 60% chance of an official interest rate cut to 1.25% when the RBA board meets on 7 May.
The Reserve Bank is under more pressure to cut interest rates after inflation fell further below its target band.
There appears to be frustration mounting within the RBA, if nothing else due to its increasing number of critics calling for a rate cut to kick the economy up a…
Financial markets are now fully priced for the RBA to deliver 50 basis points of easing by the middle of next year.
One of the paradoxes of the Australian economy is that while it appears to be getting weaker, the Federal Government's budget is getting stronger.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison does not believe his election chances will be hurt by the Reserve Bank dramatically revising down its economic forecasts.
Just how much further can house prices fall? And what will be the economic fallout from the wealth destruction that comes with a house price correction?
The RBA stuck to its growth forecasts when it held the cash rate at a record low 1.5 per cent at its most recent board meeting, but a reassessment looks even mo…