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first_imgThe Reserve Bank implemented three rates cuts through the middle of 2019, which was a win for those looking to get mortgages but experts are concerned about the rest of the economy.Christmas has come early for homeowners, with almost a quarter of experts naming Brisbane the best city in Australia to invest in as the Reserve Bank today chose to hold fast on interest rates.Chairing the final monetary policy meeting of the decade for the RBA board, Governor Philip Lowe not only kept the official interest rate at a historic low 0.75 per cent – a move widely expected by the market – but he said “it was reasonable to expect that an extended period of low interest rates will be required in Australia to reach full employment and achieve the inflation target”. Oct 2, 2019 -0.25% to 0.75%Jul 3, 2019 -0.25% to 1.00%Jun 5, 2019 -0.25% to 1.25%Aug 3, 2016 -0.25% to 1.5%May 4, 2016 -0.25% to 1.75%.May 6, 2015 -0.25% to 2.0%Feb 4, 2015 -0.25% to 2.25%Aug 7, 2013 -0.25% to 2.5%May 8, 2013 -0.25% to 2.75%Dec 5, 2012 -0.25% to 3.0% (Source: RBA) Best capital city to purchase property, December 2019. Source: Fnder.com.au/SuppliedMelbourne figured at the top too (22 per cent) – though with a significantly higher pricetag for buyers. Canberra and Sydney were tied (13 per cent each) while 9 per cent favoured Hobart, and dragging along the bottom were Perth and Adelaide “with only 4 per cent of experts tipping the cities to be a wise property investment”.The final RBA monetary policy meeting for 2019 comes amid a weak domesic economy that’s crying out for stimulus, with the central bank having responded with three rate cuts that have paid dividends for housing prices but not as much for the rest of the economy. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe is against going into negative rates.The same Finder survey saw almost a quarter of the experts name Brisbane the top city to buy property in (22 per cent), with the Queensland capital showing “good value”.The results could mean a surge in New South Welsh people on the hunt for property in Queensland over the holiday season, with Finder insights manager Graham Cooke saying Sydney’s low performance in the survey was a surprise.“While Melbourne and Brisbane are strong candidates for the most promising property market in Australia, it is a bit stunning to see Sydney perform relatively poorly,” he said. “The state you live (in) doesn’t need to be the state where you buy. With many Sydneysiders grappling with housing affordability, rentvesting could be the way to go.” Australia’s biggest housing jump in 16 years “The Board is prepared to ease monetary policy further if needed to support sustainable growth in the economy, full employment and the achievement of the inflation target over time,” Mr Lowe said in a statement released after the RBA meeting this afternoon.All but one expert in the latest Finder RBA Cash Rate Survey (97 per cent) predicted rates would hold, and a whopping two-thirds now expect the central bank will move to drop to 0.5 per cent in February 2020.The board is facing growing pressure to find the right balance between not overcooking the housing market and stirring up the rest of the stagnant economy via one of the only moves available to the RBA – lower rates. Pedestrians walk past the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) headquarters in Sydney, Australia.The latest RBA Rate Indicator showed market sentiment has definitely shifted towards a hold position, with a 91 per cent expectation of “no change” yesterday. “As at 2 December, the ASX 30 Day Interbank Cash Rate Futures December 2019 contract was trading at 99.270, indicating a 9 per cent expectation of an interest rate decrease to 0.50 per cent at the next RBA Board meeting,” according to the ASX rate tracker.One of the Australia’s Big Four banks, the Commonwealth Bank, expected the RBA to keep its options open for future rate cuts.“It is not the external sector which is driving low annual growth rates in Australia’s real GDP, but the weakness in Australia’s domestic economy,” the latest CBA Global Markets Research report said. But if the RBA expects more cash in hand for homeowners will mean more retail spending, it may be disappointed, with CBA predicting that extra wealth off lower mortgage rates would be used “to speed up debt repayment”.“Most households that have a home loan have not adjusted their principal and interest repayments downwards as a result of recent RBA easing. 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first_imgPresidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is firing back at President Trump for making fun of the former New York City mayor’s height. Bloomberg shot back, “He Donald where I come from we measure your height from your neck up.”Bloomberg spoke out yesterday while campaigning in North Carolina. Earlier in the day, Trump sent a number of tweets attacking Bloomberg. He referred to the billionaire as a “mass of dead energy” and nicknamed him “Mini Mike.”Mini Mike is a 5’4” mass of dead energy who does not want to be on the debate stage with these professional politicians. No boxes please. He hates Crazy Bernie and will, with enough money, possibly stop him. Bernie’s people will go nuts!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 13, 2020 Just imagine how a debate would play out between these two candidates. Bloomberg fired back on twitter calling Trump a carnival barking clown and says Trump is scared of [email protected] – we know many of the same people in NY. Behind your back they laugh at you & call you a carnival barking clown. They know you inherited a fortune & squandered it with stupid deals and incompetence. I have the record & the resources to defeat you. And I will. https://t.co/fO4azmZaUg— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) February 13, 2020center_img Mini Mike Bloomberg is a LOSER who has money but can’t debate and has zero presence, you will see. He reminds me of a tiny version of Jeb “Low Energy” Bush, but Jeb has more political skill and has treated the Black community much better than Mini! https://t.co/qIef5VhjDr— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 13, 2020last_img read more

first_imgEuropean League preview: Stamford Bridge lit for Premier League showdownWe preview the highly anticipated upcoming matches across major European leagues, which take place starting from Friday through to Sunday.ENGLANDJoint-leaders Manchester United have a perfect opportunity to go top of the league table when they host rock bottom Crystal Palace at Old Trafford. The Red Devils have been in a two-horse race at the top with Manchester City, and could go clear heading into the international break if the Citizens drop points at Stamford Bridge.Chelsea and Manchester City meet at Stamford Bridge in the game of the weekend. The visitors are joint-leaders while the Blues are third on the table. Games between the pair over the years have always proven to be fiercely contested. Considering Manchester City’s mind-blowing start to the season and Chelsea’s massive away win in the UEFA Champions League midweek, we expect this game to probably be one of the games of the season yet.GERMANYSeventh-place Schalke hosts Bayer Leverkusen on Friday night. The home team have suffered successive league defeats, losing in their last home game to Bayern Munich. The visiting team have struggled away from home this season, but can always guarantee you a goal feast whenever they are in action.League leaders Borussia Dortmund are away to Augsburg on Saturday afternoon. The leaders have to put their latest UEFA Champions League setback behind them and focus on extending their lead at the top of the Bundesliga table.Hertha Berlin could pile further misery on Bayern Munich when they host the troubled champions. Eight-place hosts could be prepared to hand a shocker to an expensively assembled team who are five spots ahead. Failure to secure maximum points will be a third successive winless game for Bayern Munich.ITALYAC Milan needs to get their season back on track starting with a home game against Roma. Coach Vincenzo Montella, a Roman hero, and now manager of AC Milan has to put whatever affiliations and connections he has with the capital club, in a game whose outcome could decide his fate in-charge of the Rossoneri.League leaders Napoli are home to Cagilari in Sunday’s early kickoff. It has being a wonderful season for the Marek Hamsik captained team who are unbeaten and have set the pace in the league. They should have little trouble in blowing away a Cagilari team that have struggled both home and away this season.FRANCESecond-place Monaco will aim to bounce back from UEFA Champions league disappointment on home ground when they host Montpellier at the Stade Louis II on Friday night. The 13th-place side come into this game on the back of an impressive scoreless home draw against PSG last weekend and could fancy their chances of nicking another point off a battered Monaco team.Paris Saint-Germain are at home to Bordeaux in a game the leaders need to make up for last weekend’s shocking away draw. Coach Unai Emery can once again count on the services of Neymar who is available after missing the last game due to a slight toe complaint, as the Parisians have the full complement of Neymar, Edison Cavani and Kylian Mbappe all rearing to go from the start.OGC Nice and Marseille round up French Ligue 1 matches on Sunday night at Allianz Riviera. Nice have been inconsistent this season, despite their heavy hammering of Monaco on this ground a fortnight ago. It promises to be an exciting game as the Rudi Garcia coached Marseille team are a competitive side who are capable of creating upsets. Relatedlast_img read more

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