Monthly Archives: March 2021

AIB shares 24% tank as Covid-19 costs for loan books are counted

AIB shares posted losses amid the crisis as international investors assessed the damage to the country’s economy and bank lending books from the fallout from the Covid-19 crisis. AIB fell 24% and Bank of Ireland closed 5.5% lower, but only after paring losses significantly during the session as markets weighed …

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Trump extends student loan relief amid COVID-19 unemployment

If you’re still paying off your student loan debt, you may have watched the deadline approaching for payment relief brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Now worries about the expiration date can be put aside, at least until the end of the year. President Donald Trump extended student loan relief …

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The climate emergency will shape policy across the UK

There is already evidence of how emergency action plans related to climate change are driving shifts in approach at local authority level and new signs indicate that they will lead to the national strategy. What does “climate emergency” mean? Warnings about the implications of “global warming” for the Earth’s environment …

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Milos Veljkovic injured on loan at Charlton Athletic

Milos Veljkovic is having a bad patch this year. He started the season on loan at Middlesbrough but barely got a game. He came back to Tottenham Hotspur in January and was quickly sent back to the championship, this time at Charlton Athletic. Since moving to the valley, Milos has …

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DeVos orders FSA to stop wage garnishment and collection actions for student loan borrowers

Federal government to reimburse more than $ 1.8 billion to students and families U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Wednesday announced that due to the national COVID-19 emergency, the department will end collection actions and wage garnishments to provide additional assistance to borrowers. This flexibility will last for a period …

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KC companies excited to expand hours and capacity after emergency new order

The nights got longer and the celebrations bigger in Kansas City this weekend. Under the updated health order, bars can remain open after midnight, and size limits for events and gatherings will no longer be in place if social distancing requirements are met. “I don’t know if my employees really …

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India to strengthen Rafale capabilities with HAMMER missiles via emergency command

With the arrival of the Rafale in the country in the midst of conflict with China, the Indian Air Force is further strengthening the capabilities of the combat aircraft by equipping it with HAMMER missiles from France. The order of HAMMER remote missiles capable of eliminating all types of targets …

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COVID-19: Canada Emergency Business Account – Changes to Eligibility Criteria – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Canada: COVID-19: Emergency Account for Canadian Businesses – Changes to Eligibility Criteria April 21, 2020 Crowe Soberman LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. What is the Canada Business Emergency Account? The Government of Canada recently launched the new Canada Emergency Account for businesses (CEBA) loan, …

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Canada Emergency Rent Grant (SCRU): New Direct Emergency Rent Subsidy for Businesses | Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On November 2, 2020, the federal government set the framework for the Canada Emergency Rent Grant (CRS), introducing Bill C-9 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (Canada Emergency Rent Grant and Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy). The ESRB is a new program to support Canadian businesses affected by the …

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Western Governors U to Study Impact of Emergency Financial Aid on Retention – Campus Technology

Student success Western Governors U to Investigate Impact of Emergency Financial Aid on Detention This spring, a segment of Western Governors UniversityMore than 120,000 students will have access to an emergency financial aid app for research into the impact of just-in-time fund disbursement on retention. The institution’s education-focused research and …

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