Jonalyn Cueto

Jonalyn Cueto

Jonalyn Cueto is a global news writer for Key Media based in the Philippines. She writes news on business, insurance, and mortgage, among other topics. She has over a decade of experience in providing support to multinational agencies, including news writing, research, and copywriting.

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New rental reforms and property taxes criticized by real estate group

"Now is not the time to announce new anti-investor policies"

New rental reforms and property taxes criticized by real estate group

COTA calls for government action to ensure banking access for all Australians

CEO highlights the need for banks to honour code

COTA calls for government action to ensure banking access for all Australians

Salestrekker appoints new head of lender relations

New role set to bolster the company's updated offering

Salestrekker appoints new head of lender relations

ACCC grants conditional authorisation for cash transit arrangements

Chair outlines what will be crucial for success

ACCC grants conditional authorisation for cash transit arrangements

More Aussie businesses invest in EVs – report

There is a notable shift in what interests investors

More Aussie businesses invest in EVs – report

Ballarat seeks public input on housing action plan

Residents and local councils are being invited to provide feedback

Ballarat seeks public input on housing action plan

Charity Golf Day raises $60,000 for grassroots community groups

Recipients of grants hail from Queensland to New South Wales and South Australia

Charity Golf Day raises $60,000 for grassroots community groups

Tweet sparks debate over RBA's statements

The social media post follows RBA boss' statement at a high-powered meeting

Tweet sparks debate over RBA's statements

November data shows increases in household deposits and in loan books

November data shows increases in household deposits and in loan books

November data shows increases in household deposits and in loan books

CommBank: RBA likely to reduce rates in 2024

What lies ahead in the new year?

CommBank: RBA likely to reduce rates in 2024