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Making news this week (week ending 11 March)

Discover some of the top news stories impacting the mortgages space in this wrap-up for the week ending 11 March.

You can read the full stories here:

Cash rate rise to come in August: NAB

The bank’s economists speculate August will see the cash rate reach 0.25 per cent, before gradually hitting pre-pandemic levels by 2022’s end.

RBA governor says 2022 rate hike is ‘plausible’

The Reserve Bank could raise the cash rate later this year, but governor Philip Lowe has said it depends on the Ukraine war and local wages.

RBA deputy governor to step down Reserve Bank deputy governor Guy Debelle will depart to become an executive at an energy company.

IWD2022: Top tips on running a successful mortgage business

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we asked female industry leaders for their top tips on running a successful mortgage business.

Incoming ANZ retail boss eyes home loans

The newly named executive who will take over the retail bank has prioritised restoring the group’s competitive force in mortgages, as its digital offering is set to launch.

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