Money Advisers yesterday announced it has chosen Choice Aggregation Services as its new aggregator.
Global capital markets will remain under considerable stress, the chief of America’s largest bank by market capitalisation warned last week.
Inflation could remain above three per cent until late 2009 because of solid commodity prices, Access Economics’ Business Outlook for the June quarter warned today.
Resi Mortgage Corp has lobbied the Federal Government for the inclusion of a dedicated consumer education program as part of the industry’s new lending regulation.
Hopes of a short term recovery in the capital markets continue to fade amid another round of wholesale funding hikes.
Bullish forecasters predict a strong rebound for commercial property this year with markets tipped to strengthen further into 2009.
Home loan applications rose in the United States for the third week in a row, the Mortgage Bankers Association said yesterday.
Brokers remain confident that diversification strategies will mitigate the impact of a potential residential property down turn.
RBA governor Glenn Stevens offered some hope yesterday that interest rates may have reached their peak and the next cash rate movement could be down.
Sales activity in the nation’s capital city markets fell by almost one quarter in the first three months of the year, RP Data said today.
ING DIRECT today announced “simple and straightforward” changes to its broker commission structure.
The dollar value of national building activity declined by one per cent in the March quarter compared to the December 2007 quarter, ABS data showed yesterday.
Tight financial conditions and higher fuel costs are working to quell demand, minutes from the RBA’s July monetary policy meeting, released yesterday, have revealed.
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