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Consumers of Banking: No Thumbs Up for RBA and Australian Government

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Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says talk of interest rates rising may be spooking consumers. Source: Herald Sun


JUST when we thought we had an improving economy, consumers have failed to give the work of the Reserve Bank and the Gillard government the thumbs up.

Ironically, the news of a 2.5 per cent fall in the Westpac consumer confidence index to a disappointing 96.6 in August coincides with a rise in the NAB business confidence index to 3.9 in July, from -2.9 in June.

It is the first rise in business confidence in three months.

The great entrepreneur and business builder Gerry Harvey is bewildered about how tough conditions are right now. The NAB business conditions index fell to -3.5 in July from -1.1 a month earlier, which would seem to support Harvey's gut feeling.

Coincidentally, the fall in the consumer sentiment index could be telling us that interest rates have further to fall even though Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens has implied that rate cuts are over for now.

Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says talk that rates are more likely to rise than fall may be spooking consumers.


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BFCSA members and followers would say it's not just the interest rates that have people spooked.

It's the lack of confidence that consumers have in the RBA to deal properly with it's own internal corruption and fraud issues and the failure of the government funded regulators like ASIC to take appropriate, timely and effective action against bank crime, fraud, corruption and to provide hands on assistance to individual consumers hurt by bank fraud and other crime - or outsource the work to the expert consumer advocacy and support of the BFCSA without delay.

The Government must force ASIC, APRA and the RBA to pick up their game and do the work that Australian consumers expect for their taxes.

All must give their support for the long overdue ROYAL COMMISSION INTO BANKING AND OTHER WHITE COLLAR CRIME or be seen to side with those who perpetrate and cover up crime.


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