A sharp decline in business confidence has led ASB to formally join the economists predicting three more OCR cuts by the end of the year.
Starting with nothing, Matt Thorburn has built up a property portfolio worth $6 million plus over the last five years – and now he is keen to share his know-how with fellow investors.
Another three OCR cuts are on the way, thanks to darkening economic clouds, according to one of the major banks.
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