Apr 15, 2013

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STATE: Small business lending up in Michigan
Southgate News Herald
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Treasury Department released a new report last week showing that Michigan institutions receiving capital through the Small Business Lending Fund continue to increase their small business lending — in total by more than $220.9 ...
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Central Florida Business Bolstered by Funding
Wall Street Journal
ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwired - April 15, 2013) - The benefits to alternative business loans are not only fast approval and direct deposits, they're answers simplified. Hit hard by the recession, banks aren't lending money to business owners so readily ...
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Lowest Lending Rate in Region Slows Mexico's Economic Comeback
Businessweek
Gonzalo Garcia, 45, thought 10 years as a branch manager for Citigroup Inc.'s Banamex unit in Mexico would help qualify him for a loan to start up an herbal medicine business. He was wrong. Banamex, along with two other leading lenders, turned him down.
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Big-box stores offering loans, other financial services
Modesto Bee
Big-box retail stores today offer a growing number of financial services, from check cashing and reloadable pre-paid cards to small business loans and life insurance. The products appeal to consumers attracted to the convenience of one-stop shopping ...
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Town hall loans set to help businesses
Blackpool Gazette
It would be made up of interest and repayments from existing council business loans and money from the High Street Innovation Fund. Out of the latter, £80,000 will be ring-fenced for the town centre but South Beach District Centre has also been named ...
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Blackpool Gazette
Alternative lending seminar for small businesses
Jacksonville Daily News
Alternative lenders will host the seminar from 1 to 4 p.m. April 24 at the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. The event will assist small businesses and entrepreneurs who are unable to qualify for commercial loans due to being in business for less than ...
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£23m loan scheme to help businesses
The Star
Loans are provided to companies through the fund which, once repaid, are then loaned out again. The fund has been created using Government and European Union funding and loans of up to £4.3 million are available. Any business within the city region ...
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The Star
Bad loans
Hindu Business Line
This is with reference to the article "Economy is not the villain" (Business Line, April 12). It has been assertively pointed out that poor credit appraisal and improper monitoring of the loan operations are the main reasons for the bad loans in banks ...
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Small Business Lending Demand Remains Strong In March 2013
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Small business lending demand hit its highest level of 2013 in March, according to the Monthly Small Business Lending Index released by Direct Capital, a leading provider of equipment leasing, business loans and working capital. The index showed that ...
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Banks, Credit Unions Compete - NuWire Investor
NuWire Investor
"Here in New York State, if we have [the] member business lending cap increased, we know we could put over 10,800 New Yorkers back to work and over $1 billion lending opportunities to small businesses throughout New York State," Credit Union ...
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Capital One Credit Card, Auto-Loan Delinquencies Fell in March
Fox Business
Charge-offs--loans banks don't expect to be able to collect--at the U.S. card business rose to 4.69% in March from 4.27% in February. Internationally, the rate jumped to 4.86% from 4.54% a month earlier. Auto financing charge-offs were down to 1.27 ...
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Wholesale inflation at 3-yr low, raises hopes of cheaper loans
Hindustan Times
India's wholesale prices-based inflation rate fell to 5.96% in March - the lowest in more than three years - triggering expectations that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will slash interest rates in its monetary policy review next month. This may, in ...
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Despite sharp fall in stock prices, gold loan firms put up a brave face
Business Standard
"More than the gold price, it's the collection mechanism which is important in this business. We have institutionalised a system of regularly calling up the borrower reminding him about the dues on the loan, and every branch has a monthly interest ...
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Business Standard
Charterhouse's Elior Seeks 300 Million-Euro Bond After Loan Deal
Businessweek
Elior SCA, the French catering business owned by Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP, is seeking to raise as much as 300 million euros ($390 million) in a bond sale after getting permission from lenders for the deal. The company will use proceeds from ...
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Where Is The Commercial In Commercial Banks: JPMorgan Chase And Wells ...
Seeking Alpha
Nowhere in the reports of these earnings releases was there anything about "commercial" loans or "business" loans. What took front and center was performance of the mortgage part of the banks, a reduction in loan loss provisions, and the results of ...
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Mongolia Offers Cashmere Makers Loans to Cut Reliance on Mining
Businessweek
"Mining is capital and equipment intensive but it can't create all the jobs needed," Jim Dwyer, executive director of the Business Council of Mongolia, said by telephone today. "Jobs are vital here. A lot of jobs need to be opened up for people." The ...
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Terms that small business owners should know
HeraldNet
Key business decisions are often based on whether there is money in the bank or opportunity to access an equity line or take out a business loan. Money management and understanding of cash flows keeps owners moving their enterprise forward.
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SBA Approves Over $700 Million in Disaster Loans; Still Time to Apply
PR Newswire (press release)
SBA's disaster business loans not only provide funds for repairing and replacing business assets such as inventory, machinery, equipment, leasehold improvements and structural damage but can include funds for elevation and other protective improvements.
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Deal unlocks Greece rescue loan
Business Spectator
Deal unlocks Greece rescue loan. 15 Apr, 11:14 PM. Economy · Global News · European Crisis. Greece and its international creditors have reached a deal which will unlock much-needed rescue loan.
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First Quarter Profits Rise At Webster Bank Parent
Hartford Courant
Lending to small and mid-size businesses is up. Home buyers are financing more purchases. And past-due loans are down signifcantly. "We think the economy is recovering," James C. Smith, chairman and chief executive of Webster Financial Corp, said, ...
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Danish Local Banks Gain as Writedowns Dip: Copenhagen Mover
Businessweek
Smaller lenders' writedowns of business loans fell in the first quarter and were unchanged for personal loans, according to the most recent central bank data. Last year, impairments climbed as lenders implemented new, tougher regulations by the ...
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Quicken Loans Magnate Dan Gilbert Is Making A $1 Billion Bet To Save Detroit
Business Insider
Multi-billionaire Dan Gilbert, the founder and chairman of mortgage lending giant Quicken Loans, is in the middle of one of "the most ambitious privately financed urban reclamation projects in American history," according to a recent New York Times ...
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M&T's profits jump on mortgage banking and trust income
Buffalo News
While the low rates make it hard for lenders to make money off their core business of taking deposits and making loans, they have benefited from originating and then selling mortgages on the secondary market, which is known as mortgage banking. But ...
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Search for financial aid can take plenty of study
Chicago Tribune
With jobs tough to get and the cost of getting an MBA exceeding $300,000 when you figure in living costs and lost pay if you go to school full time, potential business students are thinking twice before leaping into such costly programs. And for good ...
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Bank chiefs called to appear before AGSB
Irish Times
Minister of State with responsibility for Small Businesses John Perry is calling on bank chiefs to attend a meeting of the Advisory Group for Small Businesses to discuss how they are dealing with lending and debt problems with SMEs. In a letter to Bank ...
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Irish Times
Mandiri set to boost corporate loans by 18%
Jakarta Post
At the moment, publicly listed Mandiri has about 200 corporate clients in its lending business. Last year, corporate loans amounted to Rp 126.3 trillion. The top three sectors in corporate loans disbursements were plantations, manufacturing and food ...
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Banks to recall Rs 1000 crore Birla Surya loan
Business Standard
Banks are likely to recall loan from Birla Surya Ltd – a part of Yash Birla Group – which has defaulted around Rs 1000 crore loan. The loans -- which has been classified as non-performing by the lenders -- were taken few years back to funds the company ...
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Business Standard
Sharjah-based United Arab Bank hiring today
Emirates 24/7
The bank recently said that it expects small and medium business to grow substantially in the coming 6 months. The candidates should have minimum of two-year experience in a Business Loans sales in a bank in the UAE. The candidates should also ...
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Citigroup beats on earnings, revenue; stock rises
Boston Herald
NEW YORK — Citigroup beat analysts' estimates for first-quarter earnings and revenue, and the bank's stock rose in pre-market trading. Citi's investment banking business jumped and the bank also released funds it had set aside for bad loans. Citigroup ...
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Valley financial organization looks to expand payday loan alternative statewide
Monitor
This legislative session, state lawmakers have filed several bills addressing the regulation of the payday loan industry in Texas, where the agency tasked with overseeing the businesses notes rules are lax. Critics cite millions from industry lobbyists ...
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BOJ Shockwave Leveling Rates Sends Banks to Dollar
Businessweek
Sumitomo Mitsui (8316) Financial Group Inc. aims to sell a record amount of dollar bonds this year for overseas business, even as the BOJ policy seeks to spur domestic lending to revive the economy. "You know it's a big deal when a conservative lender ...
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Citigroup profit rises 31 pc as investment banking grows
Economic Times
Citigroup Inc reported a higher-than-expected 31 percent rise in first-quarter profit on Monday as it drew down loss reserves for mortgage loans, and revenue from its securities and investment banking business swelled. ET SPECIAL: Samsung Galaxy S4 ...
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Economic Times
What there is to know about loans
Iowa State Daily
For those students who have filed a FAFSA by March 1, they "will be considered for an ISU Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Work-Study, and a Federal Perkins Loan if they have sufficient need," said Roberta Johnson, ...
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Metrobank targets 15% loan growth
BusinessWorld Online Edition
The bank's lending business has been heavily skewed in favor of loans to consumer and commercial middle-market segments. "Our targets are always based on our outlook for the economy and our loan projection is always at least two times the country's ...
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Citi Earnings Beat Expectations, But The Consumer Is Still Deleveraging
Business Insider
"During the quarter, we benefitted from seasonally strong results in our markets businesses, sustained momentum in investment banking, continued year-over-year growth in loans and deposits in Citicorp, and a more favorable credit environment," said ...
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Business Insider
Big UK firms warm to bank borrowing again: poll
Fox Business
Government-commissioned research unveiled on Friday found that low-risk small businesses seemed to have borne the brunt of banks' "credit rationing", which took place through higher overdraft interest rates and outright rejection of loans. The report ...
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Blogs2 new results for Business Loans
 
Bill would hike interest on consumer finance loans - Charlotte ...
By [email protected] (David Ranii)
"Operating a business is more expensive in 2013." Wagner said that the new rates the bill calls for are "pretty modest," and added: "We're reducing the overall maximum rate." "On a typical $1,500 loan – and I know for my company that's about ...
The Charlotte Observer -- Business
60bn yen loans to be repaid in 2013 - The Nation
60bn yen loans to be repaid in 2013. The Finance Ministry sets to repay altogether 60 billion yen-denominated loans in advance or approximately Bt20 billion in this fiscal year, to take...
NationMultimedia.com - Business

Web7 new results for Business Loans
 
Small Business Loans | SBA.gov
Small Business Loans. by goofie03, Window Shopper. Created: April 15, 2013, 9 16 am. Share: 0 comments. I would like to apply for a SBA loan. Is there any ...
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Small Business Loans up in 4Q, 1st Gain Since 2010 - ABC News
Small business lending is showing small signs of growth, according to data compiled by the government. The total amount of small business loans outstanding ...
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Borrowing | Business Banking | Fifth Third Bank
Our small business loans have flexible rates, terms, and financing features available to help meet the specific cash demands of your business. Learn more about ...
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- Get A Business Loan Before You Start Your Business
Article about getting a loan before you jump start your business.
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President's Proposal Cuts SBA Budget, but Funds Business Loans ...
The President's budget proposal provides funding for SBA business loan programs. It also assumes fewer business loan defaults to justify SBA budget cuts .
loans.org/business/.../obama-proposal-cuts-sba-budget-92783
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Small business loans up in 4Q, 1st gain since 2010 - Townhall
Small business loans up in 4Q, 1st gain since 2010 - NEW YORK (AP) — Small business lending is showing small.
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