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Trump-backed legal group sues for debt relief for white farmers

With Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller as the plaintiff, a Trump-aligned legal group on Tuesday challenged the Congress-approved $ 4 billion debt relief plan for black and minority farmers, saying it was unconstitutional. “Americans of all races and ethnicities should have the opportunity to receive” a USDA loan rebate, said …

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The stock market looks shaky. Buy these stocks now.

Text size Positive factors for stocks, such as rising corporate profits, offset concerns about inflation. Lorenzo Pegoraro / Dreamstime.com An unusual pattern emerges in actions, and that is not encouraging. While the market rose, growth stocks fell or did not follow. This doesn’t happen in the early stages of a …

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ACA Members Appointed To New California Debt Collection …

Several ACA International members have been appointed to the new California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) debt collection advisory committee. The seven-member committee will provide critical feedback to the DFPI when creating its debt collection authorization program. The diverse group includes a consumer advocate and representatives from the …

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The “centered citizen” demolished by NDIS algorithms

After more than twenty years “citizen-centered” strategies by governments around the world, this week saw the demolition in Australia of any semblance of a citizen-centric, participant-centric, person-centered strategy – or any version based on “human” centration . Citizen-centric theater has now run its course. And in 2021, the citizen-centric has …

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Shocking Description of Malaysia on CIA Website

While checking the facts for a recent story on Malaysian terrorism suspects in Guantanamo, I looked at the country profiles on the US Central Intelligence Agency website. I couldn’t wait to see how Malaysia is viewed by arguably the world’s largest spy agency and, by extension, by the US government …

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A difficult dowry for the 25-year-old

As society tries to get back on its feet, we need to look at the world that the 25-year-olds will face, the generation that will bear the heavy burden of reviving the country for decades to come. What reserves of skills and energy will they be able to cope with …

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Russia sells first foreign bonds since new US sanctions

Russia raised 1.5 billion euros ($ 1.8 billion) in its first international debt placement since the United States banned American banks from buying Russian government debt in its last escalation of sanctions against Moscow. Foreigners counted for some 47% of the so-called Eurobonds – government debt coupons denominated in euros …

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US bailout debt relief faqs for socially disadvantaged borrowers

Posted by Zach Ducheneaux, Administrator, Agricultural Services Agency, Agriculture Apr 16, 2021 A person holding a vegetable on a farm. Earlier this week, we published important information on the US bailout debt relief payments for socially disadvantaged producers. The US bailout includes provisions for the USDA to pay up to …

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Expects over $ 2 billion loss, cabin crew job cuts

Qantas has revealed further job cuts for international cabin crew and wage freezes as the coronavirus pandemic inhibits overseas travel and still hits the airline financially. In a business update Thursday, Qantas unveiled a new voluntary layoff program for international crew as part of additional cost-cutting measures. Job cuts are …

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Is SSR Mining (TSE: SSRM) Using Too Much Debt?

Berkshire Hathaway’s Charlie Munger-backed external fund manager Li Lu doesn’t care when he says, “The biggest risk in investing is not price volatility, but whether you will suffer a permanent loss of capital ”. It is natural to consider a company’s balance sheet when considering how risky it is, as …

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We believe Boku (LON: BOKU) can live up to his debt

Berkshire Hathaway’s Charlie Munger-backed external fund manager Li Lu doesn’t care when he says, “The biggest risk in investing is not price volatility, but whether you will suffer a permanent loss of capital ”. It is natural to consider a company’s balance sheet when considering how risky it is, as …

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Border debt shines as an unlikely haven in a rate-rising world

(Bloomberg) – As the hunt for investments capable of withstanding rising interest rates accelerates, cross-border assets gain popularity relative to their larger peers in emerging markets. Bonds from the world’s least developed economies have returned 2.6% this year, keeping pace with their 2020 performance, while top-ranked emerging market debt has …

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[B-SIDE Podcast] The pandemic and the Philippine debt

Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side The Philippine government has taken on a borrowing spree to support its response to the pandemic and offset falling revenues at the height of the coronavirus crisis. In 2020 alone, its gross borrowings – which does not include all payments made during the period …

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Reports to Finance Committee Show GDOE Paying Off Debt | Guam News

Guam’s Department of Education is in control of its finances and is in the process of repaying debts, according to financial reports reviewed at the Education Financial Oversight Commission meeting on Thursday. The EFSC has monitored GDOE’s financial health since its inception in response to the “high risk beneficiary” designation …

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China wants to reduce debt and raise yuan to fight inflation

(MENAFN – Asia Times) A ​​senior Chinese central bank official on May 21 offered to allow the Chinese currency to strengthen as a counterweight to rising commodity prices, the wire services reported. Lu Jinzhong, research director at the People’s Bank of China, wrote that with China “ a major commodity …

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