Rate announcement & changes to products

  • Following increases to the official cash rate, we've reviewed the interest rates on all of our Business Banking products. Here are the latest changes, effective Friday 10 June 2022. 

    See the changes

Latest economic insights

Gareth Aird, Head of Australian Economics discusses the rate move

Gareth explains the RBA's decision to lift the official cash rate to 0.85 per cent, an increase of 50 basis points. 

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RBA June 2022 Board meeting – 50bp increase in the cash rate target

This report discusses the updates to CBA’s central scenario for the Australian economy in the context of our revised RBA call. 

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Stephen Halmarick and Belinda Allen discuss the latest economic insights

Understanding rate changes

  • Why are interest rates changing?

    When the Reserve Bank Board decides that a change in monetary policy should occur, it specifies a new target for the cash rate. A decision to ease policy is reflected in a new lower target for the cash rate, while a decision to tighten policy is reflected in a higher target. 

    View the full statement by RBA Governor Philip Lowe for the latest update on rate changes. 

  • Why is CommBank passing on the rate changes? 

    Raising interest rates makes borrowing money more expensive. When the RBA increases interest rates, it impacts the amount it costs banks to lend to customers. This increased cost is then factored into the interest rates charged on products.

Find the latest governmant grants or rebates you may be able to claim

Answer a few simple questions in NetBank or the CommBank app and we’ll help you find grants, rebates and concessions you may be eligible to claim to help with running your business during this time. 

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Things you should know

  • This information is current as at 8 June 2022 and is prepared without taking into account your individual and/or business needs and objectives. It must not be relied upon as financial product advice.

    Interest rates on offer may vary at any time without notice. Terms and Conditions, eligibility criteria, fees and charges will apply.

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