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Algerians protest arrests of pro-democracy demonstrators

Thousands of Algerians marched through the capital on Friday to denounce what they called mass arrests of members of the pro-democracy protest movement Hirak. “Police everywhere, justice nowhere,” said a sign carried by the marchers. The march was seen as a test of the Hirak’s popularity, after police stopped a …

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Why Home Equity Loans Are Still So Hard To Get

Homeowners looking for a home equity line of credit, which is a revolving line of credit secured by a mortgage, might have a hard time finding them these days. Several large banks suspended the granting of these loans last year due to the pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty. But …

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Weak lending in Europe hinders recovery of Covid-19

Demand for business loans in the eurozone has plummeted and banks tightened credit standards in the first quarter of this year, a toxic combination that calls into question the bloc’s slow economic recovery from the pandemic. According to the latest European Central Bank loan survey released on Tuesday, business demand …

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Prepare for Higher Interest Rates on Student Loans

What would you like to know The student loan rate for the 2021-2022 academic year will be set after the 10-year Treasury auction on May 12. Higher rates are expected due to higher yields on 10-year notes. Interest rates on federal student loans were frozen during the pandemic. Prepare for …

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The Great Student Loan Income Transfer

Through The Editorial Board To close The Editorial Board April 15, 2021 6:48 p.m. ET Photo: Getty Images / iStockphoto The great student loan scam continues, mostly out of the public eye. But sometimes horrible financial facts emerge as they did this week during a Senate hearing on banking. The …

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