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Will Australia ever see 10-year fixed home loan rates of 2.75pc?

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Yep. Interest rates are headed to zero unless a crash event allows the RBA to reset and regain fiscal control. Right now they're just a puppet to the credit bubble, responding as required to prevent the bubble bursting. And 'as required' = lower, then lower agin, then lower still.

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Well the fed cant really influence the interest rates that much.

Its the pension funds buying everything up that has yield.

In Europe and Japan they will soon go in Reverse because many people get into pension age so they have to sell bonds to finance their lifelyhood instead of buying bonds with their wages.

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Well the fed cant really influence the interest rates that much.

Its the pension funds buying everything up that has yield.

In Europe and Japan they will soon go in Reverse because many people get into pension age so they have to sell bonds to finance their lifelyhood instead of buying bonds with their wages.

 

Pension funds that are required to invest in government bonds will start going bust. Then governments will have to quickly inflate interest rates to try to save them.

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