Who can increase rates cause they CAN? CommBank CAN

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    bubblebobble2 Well-Known Member

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    greedy Kobold Active Member Silver Stacker

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    may be they are just ahead of the crowd here is a forecast for RBA's rate, which would influence the cost of capital
    RBAs.JPG

    interestingly there is no data from Commonwealth, hehe
    RBAs2.JPG
     
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    bubblebobble2 Well-Known Member

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    RBA?! ppppfffttt....!!! who listens to RBA these days? banks surely DON'T!
     
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    This has been going on for the last 12 months with all the banks involved, nothing new here.
    BTW, Interest rate rises are a good thing.
     
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    bubblebobble2 Well-Known Member

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    you sound like a shareholder
     
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    Surprise rate cut on the way :)
     
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    I don't own shares in any bank.
    There is now a whole new generation of investors who:
    a) Have never seen property prices drop or even stay flat (heck, some have barely seen single digit yearly rises)
    b) Have never seen interest rates go up
    c) Think that money is always so easy to get
    d) Think that property is a guaranteed way to get rich

    These people are real problem and deserve to be taught a lesson. Debt is too cheap with so little consequence. Let it rise I say.
     
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    mmm looking at the graph...it is quite volatile

    AUEHYOY Index (Australia House P 2017-04-21 16-58-55.jpg

    interesting
     

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