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BONUS PODCAST: Is the RBA cash rate still relevant?

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

In this bonus episode, host Annie Kane is joined by leading Australian economist Christopher Joye to discuss whether the Reserve Bank will drop the official cash rate to a new record low on Tuesday and what that would mean for mortgages. But, as Annie and Christopher explain, the cash rate is not the only lever that the RBA and the regulators could pull to ensure mortgages remain affordable.

This week they discuss...

  • The reasons for and against the RBA cutting the rate on Tuesday
  • The likelihood of lenders passing on any rate reduction to borrowers
  • What the economy could look like under a Liberal or Labor government

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