...increase key interest rate (in this case is RBA), it means that supply of reserves in banking system (central bank is the supplier of reserves ) will fall, which in turn...
2 Answers · Social Science · 06/10/2009
They ve no money to lend you so I wouldn t bother asking this one! Regards. UK
1 Answers · Social Science · 17/08/2008
...regulatory objectives outlined below. They are: * the Reserve Bank of Australia ( RBA ), charged with ensuring system stability; * the Australian ...
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1 Answers · Social Science · 12/10/2011
No. I don t think so. They only change the interest rate that we have to pay. I think banks would stop if they were smart enough.
1 Answers · Social Science · 15/10/2008
... Aruba: Central Bank of Aruba Australia : Reserve Bank of Australia Austria: Austrian National Bank ...
2 Answers · Social Science · 22/08/2007
The answer is B obviously.
1 Answers · Social Science · 15/06/2010
It will be devalued or depreciated against the dollar. But it might be hard because the fund rate in the US is and will be near zero until 2014.But it will be against the Euro.
3 Answers · Social Science · 09/06/2012
... history, but it would be my assumption that high interest rates in Australia back in the 80s/90s were because of inflation. And the best way to curb inflation is through ...
1 Answers · Social Science · 10/07/2008