Times got tougher for the big banks in the September quarter, although their combined profit still topped $1 billion

Times got tougher for the big banks in the September quarter, although their combined profit still topped $1 billion
Belt tightening at the big banks. Picture: Flickr.

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So, can we expect an uptick in the interest rates, in the New Year ?

Wow, poor things. At least it wont be as hard to ship such an insignificant profit over the Tasman.
We little plebs must be rejoicing on how they are treating us with such benevolence in charging us such insignificant fees so that they can make such a tiny profit.