One Thing is certain, though, Australia interest rates are still low, making income hard to come by and keeping the focus for many investors on high yielding stocks.
The Bank of England left interest rates on hold at the September meeting of its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), as had been universally expected.
"Since the Committee's previous meeting, there have been indications, most prominently in financial markets, of greater uncertainty about future developments in the withdrawal process", rate-setters said according to minutes of the meeting.
The nine-member MPC voted unanimously to leave rates on hold at 0.75%.
The central bank raised its base rate of interest from 0.5% to 0.75% last month and is nearly certain to leave rates unchanged on Thursday.
The Bank signalled last month that rates would need to rise by around a quarter point a year over the next two or three years to bring inflation - now running at 2.5% - back to target.
In the meantime, uncertainty around Brexit had weighed on pay growth, although recent data still showed a pick-up, he said.
The MPC said there had been indications of "greater uncertainty" in the process of withdrawing from the European Union since its last meeting.
Carney, whose term of office was this week extended until January 2020 to help smooth the post-Brexit transition, told ministers a chaotic departure would lead to a plunge in sterling that would drive up inflation and interest rates, The Times reported.
That's not to say that there won't be any news from the bank at all however, with the ECB expected to firm plans to wind down its stimulus programme by the end of the year, while also potentially revising its macroeconomic forecasts... He was previously set to leave next summer.