Daily Archives: May 19, 2010

Senate stalls in financial reform bill debates

The U.S. Senate has tried to shore up debate over the financial reform bill by invoking cloture, a rarely used rule. It failed. READ MORE...
US Senator Harry Reid

Mortgage foreclosures hit record as prevention program falters

Mortgage foreclosure statistics have hit record levels as the foreclosure prevention program falters and the unemployment rate remains high.
a mortgage foreclosure sign posted in front of a suburban home

Bangkok curfew imposed as violence and fires rage in Thailand

After a raid on a Red Shirt protester encampment, a curfew has been put in place in the city of Bangkok and other areas in Thailand. READ MORE...
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Is Applying For A Payday Loan Through A Direct Lender The Best Option?

Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.
Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.

Gold prices and cash for gold scams rise, stock market tanks

The gold price is soaring as a volatile stock market drives worried investors to gold. Meanwhile, cash for gold scams proliferate. READ MORE
A pile of gold bars

Bad Credit Installment Loans 101

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Arlen Specter election results are not in his favor

Arlen Specter, senator from Pennsylvania, has been unseated in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary. Thus ends a 30-year career. READ MORE...
Senator Arlen Specter

How Can Installment Loans Help Protect Your Credit Rating?

There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.
There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.

Will stock market circuit breakers stop another Flash Crash?

The SEC's proposed stock market circuit breakers are trading curbs that will pause activity on volatile stocks to avoid another Flash Crash.
an electrical service panel with circuit breakers