Eden Radford

Public Relations Manager

Eden Radford is the Public Relations Manager for RateCity, bringing almost a decade of experience across the finance services and technology sectors. In prior years, Eden has worked with Lendi, Aussie, Xero, Qualcomm, Accenture, and Dyson, among others, while being a pillar of expertise for government clients and contracts, as well. Eden has a passion for improving financial literacy, data storytelling and helping people better understand the decisions they can make about their own finances.

45 articles written by Eden Radford

Savings Accounts

ANZ cuts the rate on its Online Saver for the first time in 19 months

ANZ, the country’s fourth largest bank, has today cut the ongoing rate on its ANZ Online Saver account by 0.10 percentage points.

Bank Accounts

ATMs and branches drop across the country – how banks are backing away from cash

The number of ATMs and bank branches has dropped by more than one in 10 in the last financial year, as banks and customers move their transactions online.

Home Loans

Melbourne Cup rate hike a live possibility: what a 13th hike would mean for borrowers

Australia could see the cash rate rise to 4.35 per cent as soon as the next RBA Board meeting, if inflation proves to be more stubborn than expected, with the minutes from the previous meeting citing a ‘low tolerance’ for slow progress in this battle.

Credit Cards

Australians continue to keep a lid on debt despite 12 RBA hikes

Australia’s total credit card debt has dropped for the third month in a row, this time by $88.1 million.

Home Loans

Refinancing down but not out as new home lending stages a comeback

The value of refinanced loans dropped in the month of August, but still recorded the fourth highest total since the start of the hikes, after climbing to a record high in the previous month.

Home Loans

RBA on hold + have you pocketed a rate cut of more than 0.63% points?

The Reserve Bank has again left the cash rate at 4.10 per cent, announcing today a pause for the fourth meeting in a row.

Home Loans

NAB bumps up select fixed rates

The National Australia Bank has today bucked the recent trend of big bank fixed cuts, by hiking select rates by up to 0.15 percentage points.

Home Loans

Fixed rates continue to tumble as ANZ sharpens its rates

Australia’s fourth largest home loan lender, ANZ, has today cut fixed rates across its 1- to 3-year terms for both owner-occupiers and investors by up to 0.30 percentage points.

Home Loans

Westpac hikes new customer variable rates as NAB slashes rates for owner-occupiers with small deposits

Australia’s second largest home loan lender, Westpac, has today increased new customer variable rates on its Flexi First Home Loan by 0.10 percentage points.

Home Loans

RBA holds cash rate again - when will we see cuts?

The Reserve Bank has again left the cash rate at 4.10 per cent, announcing today a pause for the third meeting in a row and a fourth time this year.