The news is pretty good. Economic indicators were much better than forecasted. There was a .6% growth in the economy in the june qtr. There is talk of interest rates rising soon.
I did say that we would weather the storm better than most other countries.
Take that, you naysayers.
Agreed! And Aussie banks are making gazillions $$ unlike the US which may or may not be good for us and interest rates anticipated to rise I have a few mortgages but thankfully rentals are strong and sufficient to cover. It's not too difficult finding positively geared properties these days!
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