With rising interest rates and a new governor chosen, the RBA is under pressure to ease cost-of-living pressure. But there are other things it must consider.
Is the banking system in crisis? Not really, say two UNSW Business School experts – but there is cause for concern.
Australia is seeing mortgage stress and other cost-of-living pressures rise, but we can avoid the financial impact being felt in the UK and US, says a UNSW Business School real estate expert.
A growing number of economists are predicting a US recession is on the cards, which could lead to a recession in Australia and globally.
With interest rates rising and house prices dropping in some cities, are potential first-home buyers getting closer to making that purchase?
Can interest rates be capped in Australia - and should they be? Mark Humphery-Jenner, Associate Professor at UNSW Business School explains.
UNSW Business School Professor Peter Swan explains what a rate hike would mean for borrowers and the Australian economy
There’s no reason why Australian lenders couldn’t offer 30-year fixed-rate mortgages, as they do in the US.
The case for the RBA increasing interest rates certainly exists. But it’s far less pressing than in the United States.
The Reserve Bank governor's 'forward guidance' risks him not adapting to changing circumstances, or undermining his credibility.