Around this time last month, there was a lot of buzz around about interest rates, with many expecting the Reserve Bank of Australia to increase the cash rate by at least a quarter of a percent. To most people’s surprise, though, rates remained steady largely on the back of general market uncertainty.
One month on, have things panned out enough to justify a rate rise, or should they be holding firm? Perhaps you think they should fall again to give Australians some relief on their mortgage?
There has been much less speculation on any official RBA interest rate changes this time around, but is this the calm before the storm?
We’d love to hear what you think will happen this coming Tuesday, and why.