1. National Australia Bank profit - the best of a bad bunch  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. How Australia could have negative interest rates despite Reserve Bank's Philip Lowe ruling it out  Daily Mail
  3. RBA done on rates for now, AUD pressured within correction  FXStreet
  4. NAB CEO Ross McEwan sees Australia booming in COVID recovery  The Australian
  5. Big four banks pass on the RBA's rate cut to businesses and home owners  SmartCompany.com.au
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The unspoken tool banks can use to grab market share is increasing their risk appetite - but none will ever admit to it.The unspoken tool banks can use to grab market share is increasing their risk appetite - but none will ever admit to it.

With interest rates now at a record-low of 0.1 per cent, one finance analyst said it was only a matter of time before Australia had negative interest rates. In Denmark, people are paid to borrow for a home.With interest rates now at a record-low of 0.1 per cent, one finance analyst said it was only a matter of time before Australia had negative interest rates. In Denmark, people are paid to borrow for a home.

How Australia could have negative interest rates despite Reserve Bank's Philip Lowe ruling it out | Daily Mail Online

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Australia's services sector is seeing a marked improvement as domestic demand perks up after the doldrums of the coronavirus pandemic. New figures show the se...Australia's services sector is seeing a marked improvement as domestic demand perks up after the doldrums of the coronavirus pandemic. New figures show the se...

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All of the big four have passed the RBA’s rate cut on to borrowers, lowering interest rates on some business loans and fixed-term mortgages.All of the big four have passed the RBA’s rate cut on to borrowers, lowering interest rates on some business loans and fixed-term mortgages.

Big four banks pass on the RBA’s rate cut to businesses and home owners

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