Australia’s biggest home loan lender has become the first of the big four banks to make a move on mortgages after the Reserve Bank’s latest hike in the official cash rate.
The cut to the fuel excise will not be extended past October despite mounting cost-of-living pressures exacerbated by the hike in interest rates.
WA families have had nearly $500 ripped out of their budgets each month by rapidly rising mortgage, petrol and grocery prices — and the crunch is only likely to worsen over the remainder of the year.
Fiona Morris has been living the dream of owning her own home for three weeks. Rate rises are forcing her to brace for the worst.
A luxury shoe retailer has gone into administration following years of controversy and multiple angry customers.
The banks wasted little time before making a move on mortgages when the RBA lifted the cash rate off an historic low in May. June’s call took a little longer. Will they stick to a full hike this time around?
In an unheard-of third consecutive move at this level, the RBA board has hiked interest rates again as it tries to ward off rampant inflation.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is expected to raise the country’s interest rate once again today - but by how much?
As of Monday Aussies are able to try their luck in some of the world’s biggest lotteries.
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Criminals have defrauded Aussies out of a fortune over the past year, with the consumer watchdog sounding the alarm on one particular type of scam.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is all-but-certain to raise interest rates on Tuesday to slow accelerating inflation, piling pressure on consumers who are among the most indebted in the world.
As shoppers already squeezed by higher grocery bills wait on Australia’s next read on inflation at the end of July, could shocking news out of the UK offer a glimpse of our future?
With the labour market tightening rapidly and skills shortages emerging across the nation, now could be the time for employees to ask for a pay rise. Here’s how to get prepared and what to say.
Congratulations, you survived another financial year. Feeling a bit bloodied and bruised? Do yourself a favour. Put market noise and rising interest rates to one side, it’s time to get a little introspective.
I plan to retire at the end of next year and have switched all of my super to the conservative option that is within my fund. Was this the right thing to do?
WA small business owners face an uphill battle to navigate a raft of legislative changes that come into effect this new financial year, business consultants warn.
These are scary times, and your super balance will almost certainly have suffered. So let’s break down what’s been going on and, hopefully, you’ll be able to rest a little easier.
COVID-induced changes to payment preferences have made a lasting impact, with new data showing digital payments have skyrocketed and cash-use diminished.
One state has been rocked by surging costs of living, as public transport, tolls, electricity and phone bills increase.
Another major Australian bank has announced increases to its interest rates following Commonwealth's hike.
Homes in Australia’s capital cities are continuing to decrease in value amid the nation’s widespread economic crisis.
Changes are coming for people receiving Centrelink payments with a raft of new rules. Here’s what you need to know for the new financial year.
The secrets of scoring Australia’s Powerball jackpot have been revealed as the prize soars to an incredible $60million.
Millions of Australians are in line for a pay increase from Friday. Here’s which occupations will be hit with the rise.
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