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Which rates will rise anyway?

3rd of December 2009

RateCity predicts most home loan rates will increase over summer. Likely to happen whether Reserve Bank moves rates or not. Australians should take advantage of high-rate term deposit accounts!

Credit card hikes in time for Christmas

2nd of December 2009

3 out of 4 major banks increased rates in the past 3 weeks. Average credit card interest rate now 16.12%. Time to compare before your Christmas shop!

Interest rates expected to keep rising steadily

18th of November 2009

RateCity believes rates will increase slowly over 2 years. Reserve Bank Minutes revealed no indication of pace of change. Australians need to factor 2% to their repayments.

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