Month: May 2016

Anaemic growth and a conservative budget

The Reserve Bank’s decision to cut interest rates by 25 basis points and Scott Morrison’s conservative first budget came as no surprise to the market, after CPI contracted for the first time in seven years. 

Australia is currently experiencing an extended period […]

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Are you ready to ‘be the bank?’

One of the fastest-growing forms of investment, both domestically and abroad, is peer-to-peer lending, otherwise known as P2P lending.

Peer-to-peer lending involves individuals, or groups of individuals, pooling their money to lend to individuals or businesses.  It allows investors to take […]

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