RBA maintains squeeze on interchange as banks fail in payments reform

RBA maintains squeeze on interchange as banks fail in payments reform

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to continue regulating interchange fees on card transactions after concluding that insufficient progress had been made in opening up the domestic payments system to new competition.

Reserve Bank insists maintaining rock bottom interest rates | Finance Report

The Reserve Bank has insisted it will maintain rock bottom interest rates for at least three years. Here’s business editor Ian Verrender on that and why real estate has “gone nuts”.
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Reserve Bank keeps interest rates on hold at 1pc despite stalling economy | ABC News

The Reserve Bank has kept its official interest rate on hold, despite indications the economy slowed sharply over the June quarter.

The RBA board decided to keep its powder dry after making consecutive cuts in June and July to take the cost of borrowing to a historic low of 1 per cent.

The decision was taken ahead of tomorrow’s release of second quarter GDP figures, which are expected to show the economy slowing to its weakest growth in almost two decades.

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Warnings of imminent recession if Reserve Bank of Australia continues to hike interest rates

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