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Credit crisis ..blah..blah.. Anz video, chappy the aboriginal singer

So we are in for the long term .. might as well tuck in our warm clothes to outlive all those shivers..
With this credit crisis showing no end with waning off.. and going on.. and on..and onn..

We might as well sit back and eenjoy some other flavors austrlai has to offer
check out these entertaining aussie videos from you-tube below ..

Anz iphone video and chappy the singing aborginal



Is that the australian police ?. Looks like they have got a lott of time on thier hands for this sorta stuff




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75 basis point rate cut in interest rates by the Reserve Bank of Australia today Tuesday Nov 4 2008.

Reserve Bank cuts interest rates by 75 basis points to 5.25% The third consecutive drop takes the official rate to 5.25 per cent, its lowest level since May 2006.
Last month the RBA stunned observers by taking the official interest rate from 7 to 6 per cent.


Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan yesterday said interest rate cuts should be passed on in full as soon as possible.

"I would expect banks to pass on any cut ... as quickly and as rapidly as they possibly can," he said.
Analysts say October's panic-driven selling had been in line with an historical trend of October being the worst month for the markets.

But confidence appears to be returning as fund managers take advantage of bargain stocks, supported by retail investors as credit markets thaw somewhat.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has slashed interest rates by 0.75 of a percentage point.


Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull is taking the same stance, saying despite the global economic turmoil, the banks are in a …