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  1. House buyers are being offered some of the lowest ever fixed-rate mortgage dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Wandsworth Guardian

    The battle between lenders to chop down the mortgage rates on offer has intensified, with a company unveiling a new five-year deal with a record low rate of under 2%. On Monday, HSBC said it will launch a five-year fixed-rate mortgage with a rate of 1.99%.

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  2. Federal disaster loans available for droughtRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Smith County residents operating small, nonfarm businesses are eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The loans are set to help offset losses caused by the drought that began Feb. 10, 2015.

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  3. Reverse mortgages: the last resortRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Times Bulletin

    When people have most of their wealth invested in a home, it is referred to as being "house rich, cash poor" and it seems logical for seniors 62 years and older to consider a reverse mortgage when they find themselves in financial situations and looking for money to fund a much needed home improvement project, pay off their current mortgage, supplement their retirement income or pay for healthcare expenses. The process is not as simple as infomercials on television make it seem.

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  4. When Your Child Asks for a Loan, Should You Say Yes?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Bradenton Times

    You raised them, helped get them through school, and now your children are on their own. Or are they? Even adult children sometimes need financial help.

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  5. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Business Wire

    Globale Studien zeigen, dass zustzliche Stent-Thrombektomie mit dem Solitaire-Gert von Medtronic die neurologischen Therapieergebnisse nach akutem ischmischem Schlaganfall verbessert )--Zwei globalen Studien zufolge, die online und im New England Journal of Medicine veroffentlicht und auf der European Stroke Organisation Conference prasentiert wurde... )--Kuepa.com y Kennedy Education se unen para aumentar la oferta de cursos vocacionales en la region.

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  6. David Sirota: GOP's Libertarians Aren't All That LibertarianRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Noozhawk

    In Republican primary politics, the libertarian brand carries cachet, which explains why many of the GOP's presidential candidates are battling to position themselves as the one true standard-bearer of small government conservatism. But a funny thing is happening on the way to the Republican primaries: The whole notion of small government libertarianism has been hijacked by politicians who often represent the opposite.

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  7. Carrington Capital Management Announces Successful Completion of SEC InvestigationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    Carrington Capital Management, LLC recently announced that it has been advised by the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission that the investigation by the SEC has been completed and, based on the information it has at this time, the staff does not intend to recommend any enforcement action by the SEC. As previously disclosed, CCM received a subpoena from the SEC in September 2013.

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  8. Mortgage Rates Holding SteadyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    Fixed mortgage rates were essentially flat this week, with lenders offering a 30-year loan at 3.67 percent, compared to 3.66 percent last week, according to Freddie Mac. The mortgage finance giant's weekly survey showed rates for a 15-year fixed loan averaged 2.94 percent, compared to 2.93 percent a week earlier.

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  9. Julie Jason: Is the IRS calling? Or a scammer?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    When Commissioner Julie Brill of the Federal Trade Commission testified before Congress on April 15, the message was loud and clear: Identity theft and scams are a serious matter. Victimization is significant and increasing.

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  10. Fannie-Freddie Overseer to Make Small Mortgage Fee ChangesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Borrowers with weaker credit will pay slightly lower fees, while most others will see prices remain the same, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Friday. Certain riskier loans, such as those on investment properties, those over $417,000 and cash- out refinances will become incrementally more expensive.

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  11. Momentum10 Reasons Why Jim Douglas Must GoRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    I have written often over the past few years about the house of cards that is the American economy, but the events of the past week should frighten everybody. First, there was the collapse of IndyMac, a California bank deeply involved in subprime lending.

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  12. On Native GroundMcCAIN, Obama Both Come Up Short on Global Issues in DebateRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    With $700 billion dollars - about $2,400 for every man woman and child in America - Congress has just about paid back all those American and foreign banks for every bad loan they've ever made. All those credit card debts that people didn't feel like paying will soon be paid for by taxpayer money, courtesy of Congress.

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  13. Multiple Jonesboro physicians, dentists affected by nationwide data breachRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KAIT-TV

    JONESBORO, AR - Multiple Jonesboro doctors filed reports with police and the IRS after they found out they were victims of a major data breach. The large scale breaches happened earlier this year to companies like Anthem and Premera Blue Cross.

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  14. Market MoverA Financial Prescription for the GlobeRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    BRADENTON, Fla., Oct. 3, 2008 -- Like a bad joke, the Dow swung up close to 300 points today as lawmakers voted at 1 PM on the bill to bail out Wall Street banks and brokers, and then fell 450 from that point as traders began the clamor for more at the close. It's like I told you here on Sept.

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  15. Make My DayTHE Birds and Bees are Out to Get MeRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Developments in the United Kingdom and Italy may ease some bon and stock market pressures, but on the eve of an emergency G-7 Finance Ministers' meeting Friday, I will provide them with a list from my money prescription pad, which, like my kids, they will likely ignore. First, how we got here, or rather the last few days of how we got here.

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  16. The WilliesDEBATING While the House BurnsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    After President Bush, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke pressured congressional leaders to approve a $700 billion bailout of the financial markets as soon as possible to prevent a global economic panic, lo and behold, we still ended up with a global panic. Perhaps it eased a bit with Monday's 936-point gain, but that remains to be seen.

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  17. MomentumCOURAGE Outside the Comfort ZoneRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Take this guy: His wife works at McDonald's, pulling down $180 a week on $7.50 an hour, and he makes a solid $15 an hour and brings home $600 a week before taxes. That $2,960 is enough to let them borrow plenty - on a home mortgage, on an F-150, a boat trailer and a snappy-looking outboard, for a family vacation with her parents, for athletic gear and special training for the older two kids.

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  18. Make My Day'Twas the Month Before ChristmasRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    While John McCain and Sarah Palin were refighting the culture wars of the 1960s, Obama turned his campaign into a referendum on deregulation, trickle down economics and tax giveaways to the wealthy and corporations. He offered a break with the policies that have dominated mainstream economic discourse since Ronald Reagan.

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  19. On Native GroundIT'S Time for a New CapitalismRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    The thoughts below were written three years and one month ago. No one cared about my ideas.

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  20. An American Reporter EditorialNO Time for WarRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | American Reporter

    John Maynard Keynes' most famous contribution to the science of economics was his principle that, in a recession, government must take the lead in stimulating demand through increased spending - even if it means running up a deficit. The British economist's theories were first applied during the Great Depression, with the massive public works spending programs during the 1930s initiated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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