“Collateral” in the news
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The New York Times
· Coronavirus Small Businesses Stimulus F.A.Q.: PPP, Loans and More →
has waived many of its usual requirements for these loans and will not require collateral for them.
· American Airlines: Hope Is Not A Strategy →
Assuming that the federal government is willing to accept the AAdvantage program as collateral for its $4.75 billion secured loan, that would leave the company with perhaps $6 billion-$8 billion of additional secured borrowing capacity (since the loan-to-value ratio has to be well below 1).
· Making Money With Brookfield: Trisura Group →
However, there are plenty of conflicting issues to be negotiated between the fronting insurer and the captives with most essential of them to be centered around the use of capital (collateral, how much, in what form), cash flow management, claims handling, counsel appointment, ratings, local regulatory issues varying from state to state and so on.
· Buy Sprott Inc. For A Quick Double →
With this arm, Sprott lends based on collateral it knows well such as ore.
· Dr Mahathir: Covid-19 pandemic proves power no longer belongs to the rich →
They, the great powers are still researching, developing, training and arming, glorifying in their capacities to destroy their enemies and other collaterals,” he wrote.
· Doosan Heavy provides 200 bln won in emergency funds to India affiliate →
Doosan heavy said that it has secured the funds by offering collateral to state-run Korea Development Bank and Export-Import Bank of Korea.
· Has Trump declared war on the US to save his own skin? →
As the president made clear in his speech on Monday, he will not disappear without a fight – no matter how much collateral damage that causes.
· American Campus: Sound The Bell, School's 'Almost' In →
Certain property sectors such as malls and theaters will likely see longer-term collateral damage.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live Updates: Here’s What We Know After 6 Months of Covid-19 →
“African-Americans in Guangzhou are collateral damage of a policy implemented to target Africans, in which Chinese don’t check your visa, just the color of your skin,” said Yaqiu Wang, a China researcher at Human Rights Watch.