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Hyperallergic

French Experts Doubt Practicality of Bayeux Tapestry Loan
Hyperallergic
President Emmanuel Macron's recent announcement that France will send the Bayeux Tapestry to England in a historic loan was a grand gesture of cultural diplomacy, but such a move across the channel might be a pipe dream. Experts who care for the 950 ...
Art Industry News: Experts Blast Macron's Plan to Loan the Fragile Bayeux Tapestry + More Must-Read Storiesartnet News
Macron confirms tapestry loan to UKThe Telegraph

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Camanche project requires loan agreement
Clinton Herald
CAMANCHE — The city of Camanche approved a loan agreement for the issuance of a $400,000 taxable general obligation community center note to be used to make payments on the community center project. Camanche City Administrator Andrew Kida stated the ...

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Loan forgiveness possible for volunteer fire, EMS personnel with senate bill
CT Post
If a new senate bill becomes law, it will make volunteer fire and EMS personnel eligible for the federal student loan forgiveness program. Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) introduced the bill, along with two co-sponsors, on Dec. 7, 2017. The bill has been ...

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Curbed Philly

Philly's new Housing Preservation Loan Program: What to know
Curbed Philly
An Inquirer report revealed that the city plans to put $40 million toward the Housing Preservation Loan Program (HPLP). These funds are part of the $100 million raised from the city's 0.1 percent hike in the real estate transfer tax. The rest of those ...



Swiss franc loan annulled in Slovenia because currency risks not spelt out
Reuters
Preininger declined to give any details about the loan or borrower. According to the court decision the borrowed has to repay the Slovenian unit of Austrian bank Sparkasse only the amount of loan received without any interest, Preininger said. He said ...

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Los Angeles Times

Borrow $5000, repay $42000 — How super high-interest loans have boomed in California
Los Angeles Times
Unlike payday loans, which can carry even higher annual percentage rates but are capped in California at $300 and are designed to be paid off in a matter of weeks, installment loans are typically for several thousand dollars and structured to be repaid ...



LPC-European leveraged loan market starts year with a bang
Reuters
LONDON, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Europe's leveraged loan market has started with a bang with over €10bn of loans in syndication, prompting one of the busiest Januarys since the financial crisis in terms of new issue volume. The market picked up where it left ...

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Student Loan Hero (blog)

How to Compare Student Loan Companies: 7 Useful Tips for Parents
Student Loan Hero (blog)
The cost of college is higher than ever, and parents like you are playing a big part in footing the bill. According to Sallie Mae's How America Pays for College report, parents cover 23 percent of college costs with their income and savings. Plus, they ...

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Washington Post

France's epic Bayeux Tapestry is headed to Britain, in a loan for the ages
Washington Post
LONDON — It is probably the most famous piece of medieval embroidery in the world, a ribbon of scrolling tapestry 70 yards long that tells in pictures the story of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, an epic tale of gore, glory and God. There is ...
British PM May says honored by French loan of Bayeux TapestryReuters
France to Loan Britain Famed 11th-Century Bayeux TapestryU.S. News & World Report
May, Macron reach new border deal but Bayeux Tapestry loan in doubtRFI
The Guardian
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Forbes

This 30-Year-Old Couple Repaid $120000 Of Student Loans In 3 Years
Forbes
Ben: We paid off our cars last year and given the interest rates, it probably would have been better to put that money toward student loans. Other than that, the only thing I'd do differently is work more during the few times I had the opportunity, but ...


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