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Freddie Mac announces $ 1.3 billion NPL sale

MCLEAN, Va., Sept. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today announced a sale of approximately $ 1.3 billion in non-performing loans (NPLs), via an auction of Seasoned senior non-performing residential loans held in Freddie Mac’s mortgage portfolio. NPLs are currently managed by Specialized Loan Servicing LLC, Select …

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Women share lessons learned from financial mistakes

WOMEN | BUSINESS | FINANCIAL ERRORS We all make mistakes on the road to financial independence. Some people have turned mistakes into lessons that have helped them achieve their dreams. Five women share their experiences; Josephine Zhane Joséphine Omunyidde Zhane, the funder, Engender Girls’ Mentorship I spent more than I …

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Agribank adds 1,300 farmers to its loan portfolio

The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (Agribank) disbursed loans totaling N $ 217 million, benefiting a total of 1,301 farmers between April 2020 and March 2021. This is what Fillemon Nangonya, head of public relations at Agribank, said in a statement released yesterday. The bank, a public entity, is mandated to …

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Comment: A revealing moment in Texas – TheStatehouseFile.com

By John KrullTheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — With their attack on reproductive rights, the Texas Conservatives have clarified a few things. John Krull, Editor, TheStatehouseFile.com The new law that right-wing radicals in the Lone Star State pushed through – and the US Supreme Court has unreasonably allowed to stand for now – …

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Case employees support the “Women Build” event: CEG

Case and CNH Industrial employees volunteered during the week of August 2 to support various construction projects. Case construction equipment employees volunteer as part of Racine Habitat for Humanity’s first-ever “Women Build” project, a Racine home construction project that draws particular attention to housing inequalities and the challenges faced by …

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Iran launches matchmaker app as fertility rates drop

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran, facing declining fertility rates, has launched a state-approved matchmaking app to promote marriages in the Islamic country that restricts contact between unrelated men and women. Hamdam (Companion), developed by a state-affiliated Islamic cultural organization, requires users to verify their identity and performs psychological compatibility tests and …

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Schumer proposes federal decriminalization of marijuana

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (DN.Y.), Senator Cory Booker (DN.J.) and Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) Unveiled law Project Wednesday to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. Why is this important: While the legislation faces a strong 50-50 Senate chance, it is a milestone for marijuana activists and a sign of …

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BOBCATS IN FIGURES: 63 days before kick-off

Bobcats by the Numbers takes a look at current and past Bobcats whose jersey numbers match the number of days left until the state of Montana opens the 2021 football season in Wyoming on September 4. # 63 Rush reimer, OL: A player never knows when his opportunity will present …

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Charges against the Trump family business awaited

Criminal charges are expected to be filed against the Trump Organization as early as next week as part of the Manhattan District Attorney’s long-standing investigation into the financial transactions of former President Donald Trump’s namesake company, a Trump’s lawyer. Trump’s lawyers met with local prosecutors on Thursday to try to …

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Roots and fruits

It’s a cool winter morning in Naini, a small village overlooking the snow-capped Himalayas in Uttarakhand state, northern India. The latest edition of Resurgence & Ecologist is out now! Everything works like clockwork at Mahila Umang Producers Company. In a small white cottage with the blue door, Radha weighs and …

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CommonWealth Magazine

ALL STATES social equity programs are worthless if entrepreneurs of color do not have access to the money they need to start a business. That was the message from marijuana entrepreneurs – and a state regulator – who testified at a Legislative Assembly Joint Committee hearing on cannabis policy on …

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Where $ 947 million in PPP loans went in Greater Lansing

LANSING – In 14 months, $ 947 million entered Greater Lansing from the Federal Paycheck Protection Program, which aimed to provide relief to businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The federal government, through private lenders, has made loans to 9,482 businesses in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties, according to a State …

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The project without women is left to Congress

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a challenge to a federal law that only requires men to register for military service. [Video not showing up above? Click here to watch » https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVYlndnL5z8] As is the custom of the court, he gave no reason to dismiss the …

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Explained: What is the Kerala Smart Kitchen Project?

The revised Kerala government budget for the current fiscal year announced the introduction of a Smart Kitchen project, which aims to modernize kitchens and alleviate the difficulties faced by housewives in household chores. The budget, presented by Finance Minister KN Balagopal, set aside an amount of Rs 5 crore for …

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Empowerment of women an area of ​​interest | Kochi News

KOCHI: The state budget has focused on empowering women by earmarking Rs 1,000 crore for low-interest loans through Kudumbashree, experts say. In addition to offering the loan at 4% interest, the budget also envisages the deployment of 10,000 neighborhood auxiliary groups. “One of the most important features of Kudumbashree loans …

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Wilberforce Cancels Graduate Debt | Richmond Free Press

WILBERFORCE, Ohio – Wilberforce University graduates had another reason to celebrate after an announcement early last Saturday for classes of 2020 and 2021. University President Elfred Anthony Pinkard announced at the end of the morning ceremony at Gaston Lewis Gymnasium that graduates’ financial debts to the university were being wiped …

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14 TikTok packaging tips – Brit + Co

Student loan debt weighs on more than 44 million Americans and prevents millions of people from buying homes, starting a business, saving for retirement, or even starting a family. This debt disproportionately affects Black families, and black women in particular. Higher education has long been viewed as an essential gateway …

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What entrepreneurs expect from the SBA

With millions of small businesses reeling from the pandemic, owners and advocates are hopeful that the Small Business Administration under President Biden will offer more solutions to their problems. In the short term, advocates say, more needs to be done to protect and rebuild businesses devastated by Covid-19, such as …

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WFP Country Profile on Armenia, April 2021 – Armenia

In numbers 46,180 people assisted in April 2021 $ 427,348 cash transfers made 414 MT of food assistance distributed Net financing needs of 1.5 million USD over six months (June-November 2021) Operational updates • A memorandum of understanding between WFP and the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the …

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PEO’s Paso Robles chapter helps local women

Ashley Jones and her family. The organization educates women through scholarships, grants, loans and stewardship from Cottey College –Founded 150 years ago, PEO – Philanthropic Educational Organization – is one of the oldest women‘s organizations in North America with nearly 6,000 chapters and over 500,000 members in the United States …

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Stop blaming the victims of the microfinance crisis!

Magic bullet or vicious debt trap? Microfinance was initially recognized as a silver bullet to empower women and reduce poverty. However, as is the case elsewhere, the model has not contributed to poverty reduction in Sri Lanka. A growing body of global research highlighting the failure of microfinance as a …

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Economic recovery is uneven | 05/21/2021

As the economy rebounds faster than expected, the recovery is not benefiting everyone equally and the labor market is recovering in spurts, two economists told attendees of the Council’s 2021 virtual conference on Thursday. of CUNA finances. Dana Peterson, Chief Economist for The Conference Board, and Dr Lindsey Piegza, Chief …

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