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Indian banks to brace for another wave of stress as bad loans could hit 9.8% of their loan portfolio by year-end, up from 7.5% in FY21 , a draft version of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Financial Stability Report (FSR). ) mentionned. The second wave of the pandemic is expected to have negatively impacted …

Outside the Fox News headquarters building in New York City. Erik McGregor / LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption toggle legend Erik McGregor / LightRocket via Getty Images Outside the Fox News headquarters building in New York City. Erik McGregor / LightRocket via Getty Images Fox News Media has agreed to pay a record $ …

Not that I want you to follow the Joneses, but are you saving for retirement? Don’t be left out. Retirement savings are in full swing right now. Fidelity Investments, considered the leading provider of individual retirement accounts (IRAs) in the United States, recently released its Q1 2021 Retirement Account Analysis (tinyurl.com/287wuecn), with the headline being …

In perhaps the most unprecedented change, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, designed to provide financial assistance during the pandemic, included $ 3 billion specifically for the CDFI Fund, which provides financial assistance to CDFIs and institutions of minority deposit (MDI). This amount is almost equivalent to what the fund has received in total since …

Technicality in the law that allows the Securities and Exchange Commission to pay big rewards to corporate whistleblowers may leave some people who help the agency with nothing, the Wall Street Journal reported. Congress established the Whistleblower Program in 2010 as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. Over the years, the program, which …

(New York) – The Sri Lankan government’s pardon of 16 prisoners convicted under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), while welcome, does not address the urgent need to repeal the draconian law, Human said Rights Watch today. The European Parliament recently passed a resolution calling on the European Union to consider withdrawing preferential access to …

Pay As You Earn is a federal student loan repayment plan that fixes your student loan payment at a percentage of your income. The plan takes into account your household size and discretionary income and can be much cheaper than the standard repayment plan. Here’s how it works and how to determine if it’s the …

Are you eligible for a personal loan? Learn more about what you need to get the best rates. Personal loans can be a great option for borrowing money when you are working on debt consolidation or to cover a large expense. They generally have a lower interest rate than credit cards and offer the convenience …

A2A can sell assets to pay off debts of a company under Canadian investigation The Alaska-Alberta Rail Line Project. (A2A) The company that proposed to build a rail line connecting Alaska to the rest of the North American rail network has filed for bankruptcy and could be sold to pay off debts. Bloomberg reports that …

File photo INQUIER MANILA, Philippines – After being labeled as conspirators against the government, human rights (HR) organizations must “resume political discourse” and step up their communication strategies to win the so-called information war, according to a new study highlighting the struggle to better communicate with the public. One of the findings of the study …