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How to use the word loans in a Sentence?

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Capital must protect itself in every way... Debts must be collected and loans and mortgages foreclosed as soon as possible. When through a process of law the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law applied by the central power of leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our principle men now engaged in forming an imperialism of capitalism to govern the world. By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us except as teachers of the common herd.

J. P. Morgan

added by Normando
4 months ago

Much more research is needed to measure the impacts of China’s rescue loans – in particular, the large swap lines administered by the PBOC (People’s Bank of China), beijing has created a new global system for cross-border rescue lending, but it has done so in an opaque and uncoordinated way.

Brad Parks

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Depending on the extent of the impact of a tighter banking sector, Powell expressed a ‘wait-and-see’ approach to further contractionary policy, however, the federal funds rate is expected to remain elevated through the end of the year, meaning that a higher interest rate environment is here to stay for the time being, including for home loans.

Hannah Jones

Found on CNN
1 year ago

We are unsurprised the FDIC retained loans as we would expect banks to be cautious on quickly buying loans without liability and loss protections, more broadly, we see it as positive for consumer confidence for the branches to be opening Monday as NYCB branches.

Jaret Seiberg

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Coming back again and again and again (for loans), you might lose face for one thing, and secondly you might lose credibility.

Jamal Saif Al Jarwan

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Right now, I have taken out a lot of loans. … I’m out here trying to just go through college without having to stress about all the payments and everything else.

Destiny Perry

Found on CNN
1 year ago

And what you’re saying is now we’re going to give judges the right to decide how much aid to give them instead of the person with the expertise and the experience, the secretary of education who’s been dealing with educational issues and the problems surrounding student loans.

Sonia Sotomayor

Found on CNN
1 year ago

This will especially help minority homebuyers and low-and moderate-income households who are predominantly served by FHA loans. ensuring a robust FHA program that protects taxpayers and offers affordable homeownership opportunities for families in underserved communities is important.

Bob Broeksmit

Found on CNN
1 year ago

The lower premiums will expand homeownership opportunities by lowering mortgage payments for qualified FHA borrowers, providing critical relief from the steep rise in mortgage rates and home prices just in time for the spring buying season, this will especially help minority homebuyers and low-and moderate-income households who are predominantly served by FHA loans.

Bob Broeksmit

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Under existing plans, any remaining balance will be forgiven after 20 years of payments, but we’re also giving borrowers with smaller loans a path to forgiveness in 10 years, one shortcoming of the existing IDR (income-driven repayment) plans is that all borrowers must be in repayment for up to 20 years, even if they only enrolled in college for a semester or two or borrowed a few thousand dollars.

James Kvaal

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Well, it's clear to me that we can't do student debt relief every 10 years or so. And I think about this as someone who needed Pell Grants and low-interest student loans to get through school. I paid mine off, but the situation has changed over the last 35 years, we've seen the price of college education continue to outpace inflation. We've seen bad actors in that student loan debt space, and I'm interested in reform, both reforming the process itself — I'd like to see us make more Pell Grants available — and I'd like to see us hold people accountable in that space so we get the price of college tuition, or technical tuition or community college tuition under control.

Alex Wong/Getty Images

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

That is just unconstitutional, the law says you have to repay student loans. Biden is ignoring those laws, and he can’t do that.

Michael Poon

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Nevertheless, yeah, I think our priorities are a little mixed up when we’re choosing special interests, which is being done: those who did not pay their loans off at the sake of those who did, related to higher education, so it’s just wrong.

Dan Meuser

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

This is illegal. The president doesn't have the authority to do this. He's not an emperor. He can't just with the stroke of a pen cancel $300-$400 billion worth of student loans, it's unfair. Eighty-five percent of the people in this country do not have a student loan. They either had one and paid it or they don't have one, and that 85% is gonna pay for the 15% who got a tangible benefit.

Marco Rubio

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

The PPP helped people remain employed while the government literally shut down much of the economy. Only an intellectual clown would compare that to what Biden is doing now, there is absolutely no defense for taking someone’s student loans and forcing that debt upon other people. It’s immoral and illegal, and it takes a special kind of idiocy to equate that to the PPP.

Ralph Norman

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Pausing student loans for as long as we have, even when, you know, the U.S. economy has bounced back post the pandemic, has been an inflationary ... influence, even if what the White House is saying is true — and I think that's a bit of a stretch — it's still correct to say that this measure is holding in place ... an existing upward pressure on prices.

Jonathan Bydlak

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

The people that should pay for it (are) not the American taxpayers, it should be the universities (that) should be responsible for that. If they’re producing people that go deep into debt and their degree is not worth anything, and they’re not able to make enough money to pay it back, then that’s on them, they’ve had an incentive to get more and more loans taken out and then put it in their pocket.

Ron DeSantis

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Instead of forgiving student loans for six-figure earners, we should be working to level the playing field for all Americans.

Tim Ryan

Found on CNN
1 year ago

The current lending pace for property-related loans has reached the fastest pace since 2019.

Liu Zhongrui

Found on CNN
1 year ago

We just see fewer and fewer people going into the field, what we know is, the No. 1 reason is pay. We know that educators take out student loans at the same rate as any other student going to college. However, based on the salary of teachers, debt load is considerably higher for our educators.

Phyllis Wolfram

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

There are 18 states and the District of Columbia that have banned payday loans and have survived just fine without these predatory lending products, there are fair and responsible lending products that have low interest rates and fees that are available and that people can use.

Nadine Chabrier

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Low unemployment plus inflation generally mean consumers may need loans for additional capital to manage through unexpected spikes and expenses while earning money to pay back these loans.

David Fisher

Found on CNN
1 year ago

If we receive the IMF seal of approval, the world will once again trust us, it will help us to secure loan assistance as well as low-interest loans from other countries in the world.

Ranil Wickremesinghe

Found on CNN
1 year ago

I'm just wondering why some students got their loans forgiven and others, like Courtesy Monica Mitchell, are still being burdened, they had the same issues that I had, the same complaints that I had. The Biden administration's just The Biden administration.

Courtesy Monica Mitchell

Found on CNN
1 year ago

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