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I don’t have a mortgage, why should I care about the cash rate‪?‬ The Briefing

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Yesterday the Reserve Bank of Australia announced that they were holding the cash rate at 4.35% - the same position since November, 2023. 
While this decision came as no shock to the majority of economists, it was anticipated that cash rates would be falling by the end of 2024. Is this still the case? 
To help unpack the details of our current economic situation, Scott Phillips from the Motley Fool joins us on The Briefing. 
Headlines:
Thailand legalises same sex marriage
Netanyahu complains about blocked US weapons as Jerry Seinfeld’s Sydney gig is hit by pro-Palestine protestors again 
Justin Timberlake arrested for driving while intoxicated
Maccas to ditch AI ordering system over in the US
 
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Yesterday the Reserve Bank of Australia announced that they were holding the cash rate at 4.35% - the same position since November, 2023. 
While this decision came as no shock to the majority of economists, it was anticipated that cash rates would be falling by the end of 2024. Is this still the case? 
To help unpack the details of our current economic situation, Scott Phillips from the Motley Fool joins us on The Briefing. 
Headlines:
Thailand legalises same sex marriage
Netanyahu complains about blocked US weapons as Jerry Seinfeld’s Sydney gig is hit by pro-Palestine protestors again 
Justin Timberlake arrested for driving while intoxicated
Maccas to ditch AI ordering system over in the US
 
Follow The Briefing:TikTok: @listnrnewsroomInstagram: @listnrnewsroom @thebriefingpodcast YouTube: @LiSTNRnewsroomFacebook: @LiSTNR Newsroom
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

22 min