Oil Financial Market

Additional $ 2.2 Million Available to Help Small Businesses COVID-19

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Louisville Metropolitan Government (LMG) has reached an agreement with Park Community Credit Union that will administer a $ 2.2 million fund to help small businesses, which have been financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds were made available through federal grants for community development. “COVID-19 …

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Measure C, which would expand the convention center, was passed last year, according to the San Diego council. Or did he do it?

San Diego’s elected leaders took key steps on Tuesday to turn a loss at the polls a year ago into one that could potentially pave the way for funding a long-running expansion of the city’s convention center, homeless services and road repairs. In question, measure C, which aimed to increase …

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SBP asks banks to only finance purchases of fresh wheat

KARACHI: The central bank has advised banks to ensure that the private sector uses the financing strictly for the purpose of purchasing wheat from domestic and new crop sources. In guidelines issued on the eve of the wheat harvest, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) stated that banks are required …

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Minneapolis woman’s ‘bizarre and surreal’ loan dispute lasts for decades

Editor’s Note: Minnesota residents who attend college have some of the highest student debt in the countryside. This story is part of an occasional series about people whose lives have been damaged by their student loan debt. Share your story with MPR News on this link. Kaja Robinson doesn’t forget …

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Championship transfer rumors: Seri loan deal, Jonas Lossl future, latest Scott Hogan

Last Friday, the 2019/20 Championship campaign was abruptly halted with the announcement of the season’s temporary suspension due to the severity of the coronavirus outbreak. After issuing a statement Thursday night, saying that business would go as usual last weekend in the Championship, the EFL changed its decision on Friday …

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Acceptance of Credit Announces Completion of $ 500.0 Million Asset-Backed Financing

Southfield, Michigan, February 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Credit Acceptance Corporation (Nasdaq: CACC) (the “Company”, “the Credit Acceptance”, “we”, “us” or “us”) today announced the completion of an asset-backed non-recourse secured financing of $ 500.0 million. dollars (the “Funding”). As part of this transaction, we made loans worth approximately $ …

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Heavy rain gusts of up to 4 inches are likely, destructive gusts or a possible tornado later

Two lots of heavy rain will move over Lower Michigan between this Friday afternoon and sunrise Saturday. The second rain wave could have a few severe segments producing irregular destructive winds or an isolated tornado. Here’s a look at the big picture of the rain and thunderstorm batches targeting Michigan. …

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RateSetter sells its loan portfolio to Metro Bank

RateSetter, a leading UK-based peer-to-peer lender, announced on Tuesday that Metro Bank buys its loan portfolio online. RateSetter reported that Metro Bank was funding brand new consumer loans as a result of the RateSetter acquisition, which took place in September 2020. “Today’s announcement follows the subsequent sale of RateSetter’s residential …

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Ball Introduces $ 304.6 Million Capital Improvement Program for FY22

HOWARD COUNTY, MD – Howard County Manager Calvin Ball presented County Council with a $ 304.6 million capital improvement program for fiscal 2022, with $ 72.5 million coming from general obligations. The county has experienced a slowing rate of income growth and a steady increase in its debt burden in …

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The Devil We Know – BR Research

Over the past year, Covid-19 has morphed from a devil we knew little or nothing about to a devil we now know, ostensibly, quite thoroughly. There are still gaps to be filled, but a mountain of information is collected (and in turn analyzed) on the intensity of the virus, the …

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