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ANZ follows other banks and passes on part cut

ANZ has followed the lead of the other big banks by cutting its variable home loan interest rate by less than the Reserve Bank's 25 basis points cut.

The bank announced on Friday it was cutting its variable home loan interest rate by 0.20%.

Topics:  anz, cash rate, economy, interest rates, rba




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