Monthly Archives: July 2020

Recession drives borrowers to seek auto loan relief

Up to an extra $600 a week in unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 economic meltdown has filled many holes in day-to-day budgets. Still, with the extra money set to be phased out by the end of July, it’s likely more people could struggle to pay for their cars in the …

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How to weigh the pros and cons of online loans

Note that the student loan situation has changed due to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and the relief efforts of the government and many lenders. Check out our Student Loans Hero Coronavirus Information Center for news and additional details. * * * Whether you’re using a budget tracker app …

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Direct lenders turn on firepower amid Covid jitters

By Prudence Ho, David Brooke, PLC LONDON, July 2 (LPC) – Direct lenders are deploying their firepower to provide finance to European companies, taking advantage of market jitters caused by Covid-19 in the leveraged finance market. Despite the gradual reopening of the loan and high yield markets, with the launch …

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