As expected interest rates remained unchanged for another month in Australia. This is the ninth month that rates have been kept so low. They are currently at 2.5%.
Time after time and research piece after research show that customers prefer using digital channels. Digital is easier, it is more convenient, but recent research has indicated it is not consistent.
Many people thought Steve Jobs was simply mad to have “walking meetings”. However there may have been method in his so called madness.
Even having a mobile site is not enough for today’s Millennial generation. Recent research has shown that having a basic digital site is considered expected.
Payments are all the rage at the moment. Many companies have been waking up to what banks have known for a long time.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left official interest rates unchanged for the seventh straight month. The current official interest rate in Australia is 2.50%.
Has the demand for tablets already peaked? That is the argument already being put forward in a recent article in recode.net.
The increasing rise of the 40 year mortgage appears to becoming more common place according to an article in news.com.au.
Business banking disrupter Square is rumoured to be entering the Australian market in the near future. Smart business reports that Square is likely to enter that Australian marketplace in 2014.
Credit card balance transfers are again all the rage with many banks now offering to transfer existing credit cards to new business.