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10 per cent to 20 per cent retrenchmen
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at least 10 per cent
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Our base case is that Aussie house prices will flatline over the next few months, with the risk of a modest softening of prices up to 5 per cent.
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on the back of the 75-150 basis point reduction in mortgage rates over the past year.
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boosted purchasing power, pushing down interest repayments
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national house prices appreciated in February, March and April. And in May they have been flatlining.In fact, they have been a picture of stability since
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Sydney and Brisbane,
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four to five per cent gross rental yields available on Aussie investment properties, arguably the best performing asset class during the GVC, are likely to appear attractive as the search for yield intensifies after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to floor the cash rate in March to its effective lower bound at 0.25 per cent.
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pivot away from his original six-month hibernation plan to a much-earlier-than-anticipated exit
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directly protects bond and hybrid holders from default risk (or equity conversion).
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