• Natalie Reynolds

The cash rate is steady but interest rates rise... why?!

Once upon a time when the cash rate moved (up or down), most lenders would typically move their interest rate in alignment with the cash rate change.

Have you noticed that when the cash rate moves up the lenders are quick to pounce on an increase and pass these increases on to us - the consumer - immediately? AND have you noticed that when the cash rate goes down it can take at least a month for them to respond and for them to pass on the savings?


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