Putin’s critic Navalny poisoned by Soviet-era nervous agent, Germany says

TOP LINE Russian opposition leader and Putin critic Alexei Navalny was poisoned with the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok, the German government said on Wednesday citing test results, The Associated Press reported, a week after the Kremlin rejected demands by Western leaders for an investigation into the alleged attack on Navalny. …

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4 Common Myths About VA Loans

VA home loans are among the most important benefits veterans can easily access, but there are a few misconceptions that might prevent some veterans from using them. A fact of life for Veterans is that the benefits are usually not well publicized; they should generally be actively sought out and …

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ABN AMRO announces modest loss of 45 million euros for fiscal year 2020

ABN AMRO announces modest loss of 45 million euros for fiscal year 2020 Fourth quarter 2020 net income of 54 million euros, reflecting strong operating performance in a challenging environment Dutch economy and resilient housing market; Impairments for the year lower than forecast, decrease expected in 2021 Good progress on …

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The US paycheck protection program is a mess. This is how we know.

Text size Benchtop Accounting / Unsplash President Trump tweeted Thursday that the Small Business Administration Paycheque Protection Program was short of money. He urged Congress to complete the program, which will lend money to small businesses which, if used to pay wages, will be forgiven. A new business may be …

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China is open to more debt to support its economy

People walk past the headquarters of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), the central bank, in Beijing, China, September 28, 2018. Jason Lee | Reuters BEIJING – As China recovers from Coronavirus pandemic, the country’s central bank is more open to increasing loans to an already heavily indebted system than …

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More Millennials, Gen Z Delays Marriage to Reduce Debt

University failure: student loan debt skyrockets Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have already pledged to do something about student debt. That is why the $ 1.6 trillion issue could play a big role in the 2020 election. Just the FAQ, USA TODAY Student debt slows relationship decisions among young Americans, …

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Thousands of graduates ‘waste money’ by paying too much on student loans

Over 100,000 England-based graduates have made additional voluntary student loan repayments, and for many it has likely been a waste of money. According to the latest statistics from the Department for Education and Student Loans Company, the average overpayment for the 130,000 graduates who offered more of their money to …

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Oxford ‘will hit the drum as hard as anyone’ if Middlesbrough’s Marcus Browne becomes available

Karl Robinson has confirmed that Oxford United will step up for Marcus Browne if the Middlesbrough striker becomes available for loan. The U boss said Oxford will ‘beat the drums as hard as anyone’ to see a return to Kassam Stadium for the 22-year-old who has had two loan spells …

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