Lower interest rates have helped to reduce mortgage stress, according to a survey conducted by Roy Morgan Research.
Financial planners are held in higher public esteem than stockbrokers, insurance brokers or journalists but still...
Satisfaction with the big four banks was up in April and well above the average, according to Roy Morgan Research.
While both industry and retail super funds were down in satisfaction in November, industry funds still retained...
While Australian consumers’ confidence fell flat this week, views toward future finances have increased.
The satisfaction level among customers of the ‘big four’ banks was higher in July, according to Roy Morgan...
Banks are struggling to keep pace with fintech disrupters, with only 18.7 per cent of Australians likely to...
A strong Australian dollar, equity market gains, and falling petrol prices have helped consumer confidence rise 1....
Australians’ confidence in their financial stability remains below pre-GFC levels, data from Roy Morgan Research...
New Roy Morgan research confirms that Australians still aren’t making genuine plans for their retirement until it...
Despite a rise in business confidence following the Government’s leadership change, confidence declined during the...
Negative publicity and image of financial planners have acted as a barrier to super fund switchers opting for...
Industry funds hold only a narrow lead in satisfaction over their retail counterparts, shrinking their strong...
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is outshining the other Big Four banks when it comes to customer satisfaction,...
The gender gap in superannuation is narrowing very slowly and needs more definitive action, Roy Morgan believes.
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