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Japan’s Kubo joins Villarreal on loan from Real Madrid

Japanese Real Madrid talent Takefusa Kubo has joined Villarreal on loan for the 2020/21 season, the clubs said on Tuesday. The 19-year-old winger spent last season on loan at relegated Real Mallorca and impressed, registering four goals and five assists in 35 La Liga appearances. One of Kubo’s best performances …

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Nevada reinvented: Milpa restaurant owner goes from feeling torn to growing like corn

Many Nevadans have had to reinvent themselves to weather the pandemic, changing their career paths in a time of uncertainty. The Nevada Independent sharing stories of people trying something new. If you are a business owner or worker in Nevada whose job has been disrupted by coronavirus, we would like …

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Celebrating African American Artists with a Newberry Connection

The first time I heard of the Harlem Renaissance, I was in an English class in high school. I vividly remember reading Langston Hughes’ poem, titled “Harlem (A Dream Deferred)”, and marveling at Hughe’s ability to paint a picture, while perfectly embodying both passion and the despair he felt at …

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Wells Fargo to sell its student loan portfolio

Wells Fargo & Co. WFC, + 0.25% announced Friday evening that it has agreed to sell its portfolio of private student loans to investors, with Firstmark, a division of Nelnet Inc. NNI, + 0.28% take responsibility for the management of the portfolio during the sale. Wells Fargo said it informed …

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UPDATE 1-Bank of Portugal chief says moratoriums on excessively high loans should be reassessed

(Add quotes on Novo Banco lender) LISBON, December 22 (Reuters) – The value of loan repayments suspended in Portugal under a program to help businesses and individuals during the pandemic has reached a very high level and the measures should be reassessed, said Tuesday the Governor of the Bank of …

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County Loans to help 4 other businesses

Four businesses will grow further here in Henry County through the Rural Revolving Credit Fund program. The Station restaurant in Kewanee will soon be able to offer its large meals “on wheels” with a new food truck. Restaurant owners Andrew and Rita Speck have weathered the COVID season with alfresco …

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Chance encounters have been erased by COVID-19. Here’s how to replace them.

Chance encounter around a coffee break Toronto Star via Getty Images On some level, you know the problem. COVID-19 has turned your world from the real to the virtual. Turns out there are some good things about it, including savings in commute and travel time and costs and more efficient …

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Lawsuit against student loan giant Navient will test the limits of private debt release

A former student of the late ITT Technical Institute and his mother are to chase the student loan giant Navient (NAVIGATION) on the company’s refusal to cancel its private student loans despite the US government erasure thousands of federal student loans linked to popular for-profit school. The case could set …

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SBA Debt Relief for 7 (a) and 504 Loan Programs

By Angela Bao March 4, 2021 (Photo credit): Gettyimages.com/Hero Images Economic Aid Act grants additional assistance to small businesses seeking SBA 7 (a) and 504 loans On December 27, 2020, the $ 325 billion law on economic assistance to small businesses, nonprofits and hard-hit places (Economic Aid Act) has been …

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The World Bank supports the Angolan electricity sector with a loan of 250 million

ID 34772 The World Bank supports the Angolan electricity sector with a loan of 250 million. URL: http://161.35.220.217/feed-generator/actions.php?action=use&id=34772&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.africaoilandpower.com%2F2021%2F02%2F25%2Fworld-bank-supports-angolas- electricity-sector-with-250-million-loan% 2F Source link

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