Over/Under on next interest rate move?

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    Monetary policy has become ineffective at these levels and there is less reason for rates to be reduced. The AUD isnt under any rising pressure either. The banks now set their own agenda and would likely raise rates or hold them even if a reduction occurred esp since the new levy will impact in July.

    The proposed bank tax could see all rates rise but I suspect owner occupied will get a reduced impact v's investors. Perhaps the trade off that we wont hear negotiated is APRA / Treasury accepts credit card rates wont be impacted by the levy and the trade off will be investors ? Imagine if banks lifted card rates - The media would call for heads on sticks in canberra.
     
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    True, but if RBA start rising rates it will certsinly change market sentiment
     
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