Finance

Americans Can Pay Their Credit Card Bills, But For How Long?

NEW YORK (AP) – The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped Americans from tracking their credit card payments, in large part thanks to government aid programs passed by Congress earlier this year. For some, however, the ability to keep buying things with plastic and then footing the bill likely hinges on whether …

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3 growth stocks for sophisticated investors

For their own reasons, each of these three stocks has exciting growth prospects that the market may miss, thus providing investors with a very attractive buying opportunity. Aerospace and defense giant Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) the stock will prove to be highly undervalued if it meets management’s expectations. Science and …

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A wave of foreclosures could follow the boom in the real estate market | American Institute of Business

The housing market is booming. Is this another indication that the recovery from the pandemic recession is complete for the rich, while low-income households are being left behind? No, this is not the case. It is primarily driven by the usual suspects in any market: supply and demand. But serious …

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How to qualify for a business start-up loan

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. Discover the main sources of funding for startups launched in the USA. Some of the most common ways to raise capital include personal savings, friends and family, venture capitalists and angel investors, according to data from Financable, a crowdfunding platform. webphotographer | …

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European banks brace for bad debt buildup following coronavirus crisis

LONDON / MILAN / MADRID (Reuters) – European banks are expected to set aside billions for potential loan losses as well as taking profits from the coronavirus crisis when they start reporting results in the next two weeks. FILE PHOTO: The Deutsche Bank logo is pictured on a company’s office …

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Amid bar exam problems, Florida Supreme Court says no to letting young lawyers practice based on their law degrees

Florida Supreme Court has dismissed a motion to allow law school graduates to practice on the basis of their credentials alone, in light of continued postponement of Florida bar exam sessions due to COVID- 19 and faulty online exam software. “This court has determined and still believes that obtaining the …

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PPP likely saved 35 million jobs, says Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase

The government’s emergency paycheck protection program has saved an estimated 30 to 35 million jobs by providing loans to small businesses affected by the coronavirus, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, told NBC’s Stephanie Ruhle . “I will give credit to [Treasury Secretary] Steven Mnuchin, [Federal Reserve Chair] Jerome Powell, …

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Electronic Arts acquires GluMobile for $ 2.4 billion

Electronic arts (NASDAQ: EA) makes a new push into the mobile gaming sphere with a resounding acquisition. The company announced on Monday that it was buying GluMobile (NASDAQ: GLUU) for $ 2.1 billion in enterprise value. This price will be paid entirely in cash. Current GluMobile shareholders will receive $ …

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Why Pinduoduo Stock broke today

What happened Actions of Pinduo (NASDAQ: PDD) were hitting all-time highs today on a wider wave of gains among Chinese tech stocks. While there is no clear reason for his gains, the stock ended Thursday up 8.8%. So what Today’s gains were accompanied by a number of Chinese e-commerce stocks …

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CUTX offers employees on leave a special automatic refinancing program

ALLEN, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – With the impact of COVID-19 affecting many members of the Credit Union of Texas, the credit union announces a car loan program for employees on leave to help members refinance high-interest auto loans they they might have. The offer, however, excludes loans already financed …

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