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- Consumer Bureau Scraps Restrictions on Payday Loans
Lenders spent years battling planned new rules that they said would gut a short-term lending market that often leaves borrowers trapped in debt
New York Times. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- UK's spiralling debt mountain as Rishi Sunak prepares to spend big again
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will unveil new measures to shore up jobs in a mini-Budget tomorrow, likely to include big spending announcements.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- Clean Energy ETFs in Focus on Sunrun-Vivint Solar Deal
In an effort to provide American's with steady and clean energy, Sunrun agreed to buy a fellow solar company Vivint Solar for about $3.2 billion, including debt
in all-stock deal.
Zacks. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- Supreme Court Overrules Law Allowing Debt-Collection Robocalls
The decision strikes down an Obama-era amendment allowing autodials by debt
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- W.R. Berkley Declines 17% YTD: What's Hurting the Stock?
W.R. Berkley (WRB) shares fall due to high costs, rising debt
levels and lower return on equity.
Zacks. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- 10-year Treasury yield falls slightly amid rising coronavirus cases
U.S. government debt
prices were higher on Tuesday morning, as investors closely monitored economic data and Treasury auctions.
CNBC. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- Has VAR helped Real Madrid in title race? Barca seem to think so
Barcelona's president claimed rivals Real Madrid are getting help from VAR in La Liga's title race but credit
where it's due to Ramos and Zidane.
ESPN. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Cyber criminals with ties to North Korea are stealing US shoppers' information
Security experts discovery hacker group with ties to North Korea has been steal credit
card information from large US retailers since May 2019 by putting a malicious code in the checkout cart.
Daily Mail. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Supreme Court upholds federal ban on robocalls to cell phones
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld a ban on robocalls to cellphones, while also throwing out a congressionally-created exception that had allowed the calls for collection of government debt
Fox News. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Ares CEO Arougheti Sees Distressed Opportunities Amid the Pandemic
Jul.06 -- Michael Arougheti, Ares Management chief executive officer, discusses the new $3.5 billion Ares Special Opportunities Fund LP, which is designed to sweep up debt
and equity of companies hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. ...
Yahoo. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- The coronavirus crisis is pushing 13 UK universities towards insolvency, study says
The IFS forecast under its main scenario that 13 colleges could go bankrupt without a government bailout or debt
restructuring due to the pandemic.
CNBC. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Ennio Morricone: Oscar-winning Italian film composer dies aged 91
The prolific composer's credits included the "spaghetti" Westerns that made Clint Eastwood a star.
BBC News. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Debt is the 'sleeping giant' of problems caused by COVID-19, charity warns
A charity has warned that debt
is the "sleeping giant" of problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK.
Sky News. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- No fare! With pandemic, NYC taxi drivers' livelihoods hang in the balance
Since the taxi medallion bubble burst in 2015, New York City cab drivers have been drowning in debt; now, the pandemic may mark the end of an industry and an urban icon
CBS News. Sunday, 5 Jul 2020.
- Record debts come due for Canadian oil patch after five years of crisis
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO (Reuters) - Six years ago, Canadian oilfield services firm Calfrac Well Services commanded a C$2.1 billion ($1.55 billion)market value and was poised for U.S. expansion. ...
Yahoo. Sunday, 5 Jul 2020.
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