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Kane Biotech Announces Closing of Loan Transaction
MarketWatch
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, Jun 27, 2017 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- WINNIPEG, MANITOBA--(Marketwired - June 27, 2017) - Kane Biotech Inc. (KNE) (the "Company" or "Kane Biotech") today announced that it has received a loan (the "Loan") in the amount ...

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CBS News

Promised college loan forgiveness, borrowers wait and wait
CBS News
BOSTON — Danielle Ramos' student-debt nightmare was supposed to be over. Like thousands of others who studied at failed for-profit colleges, she was promised by the U.S. Education Department under President Barack Obama that her federal loans ...

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USA TODAY College

This is what happens to your student loans when you die
USA TODAY College
Thinking about your eventual death isn't fun. But it's something you need to plan for, especially if you're one of the 44 million Americans with student loan debt. You want to know if your debt could be passed on to someone else. Whether or not your ...

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Newsweek

Deutsche Bank's $285 Million Loan to Jared Kushner Just One of Many for Trump Family
Newsweek
White House senior adviser and real estate titan Jared Kushner reportedly had a $285 million loan from German institution Deutsche Bank approved one month before his father-in-law's Election Day victory last year, the Washington Post reported Sunday.
Kushner firm's $285 million Deutsche Bank loan came just before Election DayWashington Post
Kushner company received $285M loan from Deutsche Bank shortly before election: reportThe Hill (blog)
Jared Kushner's real estate company received $285 million Deutsche Bank loan right before Election DayNew York Daily News
Slate Magazine (blog) -TPM -The Week Magazine -Politico
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CNBC

Federal student loan interest rates to rise Saturday
CNBC
College students and their families can expect to pay more as they borrow for the fall semester. Starting Saturday, interest rates will rise on new federal loans for 2017-2018. Rates were set based on the Treasury Department's May 10 auction of 10-year ...
5 ways marriage affects your student loansUSA TODAY
The Average American Has This Much Student-Loan Debt -- The ...Motley Fool

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HousingWire

Guaranteed Rate partners with FormFree, cuts loan closing times by 5-10 days
HousingWire
That process saves the borrower some time on the front end, but the big benefit comes in shortening the closing time for a loan, according to Nikolaos Athanasiou, chief operating officer at Guaranteed Rate. “AccountChek saves borrowers the extra 20 ...

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The Detroit News

Trenton secures loan to buy McLouth Steel site
The Detroit News
Lansing — The Michigan Strategic Fund approved a $3.2 million loan for Trenton on Tuesday to buy the former McLouth Steel and start investigating environmental cleanup costs at the site. Trenton City Manager Jim Wagner said Tuesday the loan will help ...
Trenton gets $3.2 million state loan to buy former McLouth Steel siteCrain's Detroit Business

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WRAL.com

Thinking of taking out a 401(k) loan?
WRAL.com
According to the Employee Benefits Research Institute, about one in six people who are eligible to take out a loan from their 401(k) plan has done just that. Before deciding to do the same, take a minute to think through the pros and cons. As you drive ...



Montana Standard

New casino slated for Uptown Butte; Naturopathic physician also gets URA loan
Montana Standard
New signs are up for the "Richest Hill Casino & Lounge" at 20 W. Galena St. in Uptown Butte, as seen in this photo taken Tuesday. Owner Marco Kurilich is using a URA loan to buy the building from Donald "Doc" Wheeler, who used to own and operate the ...



BBC News

Bank of England takes action over bad loans
BBC News
The Bank of England has forced banks to find a further £11.4bn in the next 18 months to beef up their finances against the risk of bad loans. Banks will have to set aside £5.7bn in the next six months in case future economic shocks mean some borrowers ...

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