low interest credit cards

Thu, 02 Apr 2015 01:32:49 GMT

Sydney Morning Herald

Credit card companies absorb RBA rate drop to earn $14 million per month
Sydney Morning Herald
It's no wonder, given this unconscionable pricing behaviour, that credit card interest moves are typically conducted in secret. ... Which my calculations show means credit card companies are now stinging Australians $14.2 million a month in excess interest. ... By contrast, 95 per cent of mortgage lenders – which are embroiled in a cut-throat price war – have passed on the full 0.25 per cent to borrowers (taking the average discounted variable home loan rate from 5.26 per cent 12 months ago to a record low of 4.94 per ...

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Wed, 01 Apr 2015 20:27:45 GMT

The Cheat Sheet

Gas Station Credit Cards Might Be a Bad Deal
The Cheat Sheet
If you're considering a gas station-branded credit card so you can lower your costs, you might want to rethink that choice. A new CreditCards.com survey reveals these cards might not be so great, typically charging higher interest rates and offering the bare ...

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Wed, 01 Apr 2015 12:49:04 GMT

My Credit Card Issuer Offered Me a Lower APR. Do I Take It?
STLtoday.com
Interest rates drive a lot of consumers' credit decisions, as they should, because interest rates significantly impact the overall cost of debt. If you've ever received a credit card offer for a lower APR, whether it's for a new card or a change to your existing account ...

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