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LATEST PODCAST: Will Australia see its first rate movement in 2 years next week?

The Mortgage Business Uncut podcast is your weekly analysis of the biggest themes shaping the Australian mortgages market.

Join Alex Whitlock, Annie Kane and Charbel Kadib as they delve into the latest themes and developments in the home loan market.
In this episode, they discuss the likelihood of a rate cut as early as next week.

This week they discuss...

  • Banks and lenders continue to cut interest rates
  • More funding for the Australian Business Growth Fund
  • Judo capital now Judo Bank after being granted SME banking licence

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