invoice factoring – B Through Z http://bthroughz.com/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 00:35:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bthroughz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-23-150x150.png invoice factoring – B Through Z http://bthroughz.com/ 32 32 House approves bill to split spousal student debt https://bthroughz.com/house-approves-bill-to-split-spousal-student-debt/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 23:40:00 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/house-approves-bill-to-split-spousal-student-debt/ The House passed a bill on Wednesday to allow couples who have combined their student loans while married to separate the debt, sending the measure to President Biden and bringing some borrowers closer to eligibility for debt relief. In the 16 years since Congress ended spousal consolidations, borrowers have struggled to find a way to […]]]>

The House passed a bill on Wednesday to allow couples who have combined their student loans while married to separate the debt, sending the measure to President Biden and bringing some borrowers closer to eligibility for debt relief.

In the 16 years since Congress ended spousal consolidations, borrowers have struggled to find a way to break their loans. The short-lived federal program made couples legally responsible for each other’s student debt in exchange for a one-time payment and a lower interest rate. But that made it impossible to break the debt, even in the face of domestic violence or divorce. He also trapped hundreds of people into loans ineligible for debt relief initiatives, including Biden’s recent loan cancellation plan.

Congress renews fight to help those trapped in spouse’s student loans

Wednesday’s 232-193 vote comes three months after the Senate passed the Joint Consolidation Loan Separation Act, introduced by Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) and Rep. David E. Price (DN.C.).

House Republicans have raised objections to giving the Department of Education more authority over federal loans held by private entities because the bill would turn the debt into separate direct loans held by the federal agency. They also argued that the Senate bill failed to protect both borrowers and could take more than a year to implement.

Representative Virginia Foxx (NC), the top Republican on the House Education Committee, listed her concerns about the bill in the House on Tuesday, calling it “well-intentioned” but “flawed.”

She introduced the alternative legislation this would allow borrowers to immediately split their debt into two loans which would remain in the hands of private entities. Borrowers could then opt to join the direct lending program to become eligible for debt relief. A motion to review Foxx’s bill narrowly failed on Wednesday.

The act of separation approved by lawmakers allows borrowers to split their loans based on the initial proportion of the debt they brought. The two new federal direct loans would have the same interest rates as the joint consolidation loan. Each borrower could also transfer eligible payments made on the joint loan to the Civil Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which clears civil servants’ balances after 10 years of payments and service.

“I am thrilled to see the passage of this common-sense bill that will bring immense relief to borrowers who are victims of abusive or uncommunicative spouses,” Price said Wednesday. “These borrowers have been trapped, with no legal options available, and this bill will give them the opportunity to regain their financial freedom.”

Since 2017, Price and Warner have introduced the bill three times. They broached the issue several years ago after meetings with voters desperate to disentangle their student loans from those of their former partners.

Warner said Wednesday he looked forward to pitching him in front of Biden as soon as possible.

“For too long, individuals have been tied to abusive or insensitive ex-partners through joint student loans,” Warner said. “This legislation provides financial freedom to those who have spent decades unfairly held accountable for their former partner’s debt.”

Between 1993 and 2006, more than 14,700 people combined their debts through the spousal consolidation program, according to federal data obtained by the Student Borrower Protection Center. Many loans have been paid off over time, but there are still about 770 loans left, according to federal data.

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How do changes in higher education funding contribute to the accumulation of student debt? | Editorial chronicles https://bthroughz.com/how-do-changes-in-higher-education-funding-contribute-to-the-accumulation-of-student-debt-editorial-chronicles/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/how-do-changes-in-higher-education-funding-contribute-to-the-accumulation-of-student-debt-editorial-chronicles/ President Biden caused a stir last month when he announced his administration would forgive up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for Americans earning less than $125,000. My social media feeds went wild with people on one side of the issue celebrating politics as a leap towards economic fairness, and people on the other […]]]>

President Biden caused a stir last month when he announced his administration would forgive up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for Americans earning less than $125,000. My social media feeds went wild with people on one side of the issue celebrating politics as a leap towards economic fairness, and people on the other side bemoaning politics as being unfair to those who had already paid their higher education bills.

It’s often the case that the truth lies somewhere between the extremes, but in this case I think the truth may actually be that both sides are right. This loan cancellation policy will benefit many low-income families who could really use the lift, and that’s not fair.

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HHS Joins CFPB to Protect Nursing Home Residents and Their Caregivers From Illegal Debt Collection Practices https://bthroughz.com/hhs-joins-cfpb-to-protect-nursing-home-residents-and-their-caregivers-from-illegal-debt-collection-practices/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/hhs-joins-cfpb-to-protect-nursing-home-residents-and-their-caregivers-from-illegal-debt-collection-practices/ In joint letter with CFPB, HHS urges nursing homes and debt collectors to ban requiring caregivers to bear responsibility for cost of resident care Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), stepped up efforts to protect nursing home residents and their caregivers from […]]]>

In joint letter with CFPB, HHS urges nursing homes and debt collectors to ban requiring caregivers to bear responsibility for cost of resident care

Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), stepped up efforts to protect nursing home residents and their caregivers from illegal methods of securing payment for care. CMS, in partnership with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), sent a joint letter to retirement homes and their debt collectors urging them to review their debt collection practices and ensure they comply with Federal law that prohibits nursing homes from requiring family members or caregivers to guarantee payment for a resident’s stay in a nursing home.

The letter was prompted by concerns that some nursing facilities have tried to circumvent this ban by creating admission contracts that attempt to hold third parties liable for a resident’s debt. However, CFPB and CMS point out that contract terms that conflict with the federal ban are unenforceable.

The letter represents the latest efforts by HHS to build on the Biden-Harris administration’s commitment to ensuring older Americans and people with disabilities receive the care they need. With his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Biden announced a series of reforms improve the safety and quality of care in nursing homes, hold nursing homes accountable for the care they provide, and make the quality of care and ownership of facilities more transparent so residents and potential caregivers can take informed decisions about care.

“A carer making difficult decisions about the future of their loved one should have the peace of mind knowing that nursing homes will not unlawfully force a family to take responsibility for medical debt,” said the secretary of the HHS, Xavier Becerra. “We expect care homes to act responsibly and obey the law. HHS continues to follow through on President Biden’s commitment to improve the safety and quality of retirement homes. »

“Nursing home residents and their families have the right to be free from harassment and financial pressure from facilities,” said CMS Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure. “CMS supports the CFPB’s goal of ensuring that nursing home debt collection practices comply with federal law. The Bureau’s action complements the important work that CMS and our partners are doing to support the Biden-Harris administration’s initiative to improve the safety and quality of care in our nation’s nursing homes.

CMS enforces the Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987, which prohibits nursing homes participating in Medicaid or Medicare from requiring a third party such as a family member or caregiver to personally guarantee the payment of a resident’s living expenses as a condition of admission (or expedited admission), or as a condition of continued stay at the facility. The CFPB enforces federal laws governing debt collection and credit reporting that protect caregivers from illegal practices by debt collectors who wrongly attempt to hold caregivers accountable for the costs of their loved one’s care and who report inaccurate information. on caregivers to credit bureaus. With this action and others, HHS and the CFPB are working together to ensure that the approximately 48 million guardians in the United States are not subjected to coercive tactics and illegal practices by debt collectors. .

In addition to today’s letter, HHS has heeded President Biden’s call to action to improve home nursing care for older Americans and people with disabilities by:

  • CMS has launched the public consultation process and research study that will inform the future development of the staffing requirements rules, with a commitment to publish the proposed minimum staffing rule by spring 2023.
  • CMS has launched the public consultation process that will inform the future development of rules to incentivize better staffing, namely measures on staffing levels and staff turnover for the purchase program based on the value of Medicare skilled nursing facilities.
  • CMS released data publicly — for the first time — on mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, and ownership changes for Medicare-enrolled hospitals and nursing homes.
  • CMS released a proposal that would require retirement home owners to be fingerprinted for federal background checks to address oversight reports of abuse and fraud to Medicare by retirement home owners.
  • CMS has taken steps to improve Care Compare, the nursing home comparison site, by better integrating verifiable information on staffing levels into the 5-star rating system.
  • CMS has updated its guidance to care home inspectors, including requiring infection control specialists to be on-site (not off-site consultants).
  • CMS released a newsletter detailing steps states can take using existing Medicaid authorities to improve health outcomes for nursing home residents and improve staff salaries, training and retention efforts.
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Cannabis Global comments on its fiscal year-end, debt restructuring program and the launch of unique new products, including cannabis-infused drinking straws https://bthroughz.com/cannabis-global-comments-on-its-fiscal-year-end-debt-restructuring-program-and-the-launch-of-unique-new-products-including-cannabis-infused-drinking-straws/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 11:58:04 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/cannabis-global-comments-on-its-fiscal-year-end-debt-restructuring-program-and-the-launch-of-unique-new-products-including-cannabis-infused-drinking-straws/ Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. LOS ANGELES, Calif., August 25, 2022 McapMediaWire Cannabis Global, Inc. (OTC: CBGL), a Los Angeles-based licensed manufacturer and distributor in the cannabis industry, today comments on the company’s expected growth and the launch of unique products in the California cannabis market. For […]]]>

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., August 25, 2022 McapMediaWire Cannabis Global, Inc. (OTC: CBGL), a Los Angeles-based licensed manufacturer and distributor in the cannabis industry, today comments on the company’s expected growth and the launch of unique products in the California cannabis market. For the fiscal year ended August 31, 2022, the Company expects to record strong growth, driven by the launch of new products and multiple new distribution partnerships.

Edward Manolos, CEO of Cannabis Global, said: “We are about to close a strong fiscal year ending August 31, 2022. This fiscal year, the main objectives were to complete R&D programs, increase revenues, to restructure and reduce debt, and to launch new products in the cannabis landscape. We achieved many of these goals while significantly increasing our revenue base. We therefore expect to end this financial year with strong growth compared to previous periods. We are even more excited about fiscal 2023, which begins September 1, 2022. We believe our growth trajectory will continue with many new customers and a host of innovative and unique new offerings.

Over the past few months, the Company has launched 23 new products and significantly increased its sales and marketing presence. New product launches will continue into early fiscal 2023 with new solvent-free products, new forms of cannabis concentrates, and most importantly, cannabis-infused drinking straws that the company plans to be the manufacturer and the preferred distributor for the entire State of California.

In fiscal 2022, Cannabis Global restructured much of its debt through debt consolidations. A major objective over the coming quarters will be to further consolidate and reduce the overall debt on the balance sheet. This debt restructuring program, which is currently being implemented, will be described as further steps are taken by the Company towards this objective.

Mr. Manolos continued, “This has been a year of restructuring, R&D, leadership change and marketing overhaul for our company. However, we believe that the most difficult parts of our turnaround are behind us. With further demonstrable revenue growth, a customer-focused product portfolio and strengthening business relationships, we are very optimistic about our prospects for continued growth. Additionally, we believe these growth prospects will strengthen even further as we begin production and distribution of one of the most exciting products to come in recent memory in cannabis-infused drinking straws. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be discussing this innovative cannabis delivery technology and the brands we’ve selected to be the first to bring this new kind of product to consumers.

These product and brand introductions include:

Cannabis Infused Drinking Straws Cannabis-infused drinking straws have the potential to change the entire category of retail cannabis edibles. Instead of purchasing a cannabis-infused beverage from a retailer, the consumer can purchase a drinking straw topped with unflavored cannabis extracts and then select the beverage of their choice to enjoy a new cannabis experience or purchase a straw with internal flavoring as a means of adding cannabis extracts to water. Brands launching this new technology expect to be first to market in this category, with samples available to retailers during the first week of September 2022.

El Cheapo brand edibles Earlier this year, Cannabis Global and Caliwanna Distribution formed a subsidiary of the company named Caliwanna Cannabis Global to market and distribute new cannabis products under multiple brand names. The El Cheapo brand is based on using the best available ingredients and zero cannabis taste infusions, then pricing retailers for less competitive or inferior products that are based on inferior ingredients and much less desirable taste profiles. . This line of “Zero Cannabis Taste” products began shipping last month. The Caliwanna Cannabis Global website can be viewed at www.caliwanna.com.

Northern Lights branded products Cannabis Global launched its Northern Lights branded products in conjunction with Equity Brands, Inc. of Long Beach, California. The product line, which recently passed California compliance testing, will include nine cannabis flower product SKUs, rosin-infused pre-rolls, and cannabis-free edibles. The product brand positioning for Northern Lights will be one of the best ingredients at very competitive prices. The new product line can be viewed at www.equitybrands.co.

8 bit buds Cannabis Global’s product and distribution partnership with the 8-Bits Buds brand expands this week via the launch of three new ultra-potent rosin-infused cannabis prerolls. NPE has completed production on initial orders, with shipments beginning throughout California this week. Additionally, the companies are expanding their collective sales and distributions of multiple packaged cannabis flower SKUs, with several new products launching this month. The 8-Bits Buds product line can be viewed at www.8-bitbuds.com.

Wolfgang Wax Solvent Free Products Together with its partners at Caliwanna, Natural Plant Extract of California (NPE), has been selected as the manufacturing partner for a new line of solvent-free products, including rosin-infused pre-rolls, cannabis rosin and hash high-powered upgraded Lebanese-style. Wolfgang Wax’s new brand image can be seen on www.wolfgangwax.com.

White label manufacturing During the month of August, the company plans to begin shipping three new SKUs of cannabis flower and edibles for delivery services under a white-label manufacturing contract.

Hash 2.0 Company brand In conjunction with several of its partner companies, the Company will launch a new line of cannabis products extracted from traditional Lebanese-style blonde hash, but at potency levels significantly higher than the traditional-style product category. Natural Plants Extract plans to launch the new type of product through several partner brands.

Distribution of cannabis beverages and specialty products In September, Cannabis Global plans to launch the manufacturing and distribution of a new class of cannabis infusion emulsion technology. These products will be based on chemical-free nanoemulsions and microemulsions for use as core infusion technologies for various cannabis beverages, edibles, and related products.

About Cannabis Global, Inc.

Cannabis Global, Inc. is a Los Angeles-based company, fully audited and filing with the United States Securities & Exchange Commission, trading under the ticker symbol CBGL. We are an emerging force in the cannabis market with a growing portfolio of proprietary products and intellectual property. We market and produce Comply Bag™, an innovative solution for storing, transporting and tracking cannabis. Our subsidiary, Natural Plant Extract (NPE), is a licensed Southern California cannabis manufacturer and distributor that licenses our technologies to produce edibles for the cannabis market. Cannabis Global has filed three non-provisional patents and several provisional patents for cannabis infusion and nanoparticle technologies and continues an active research and development program.

Forward-looking statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements that are not purely historical and may include statements regarding beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions regarding the future. These forward-looking statements include, among other things, the development, costs and results of new business opportunities and words such as anticipate, seek, intend, believe, estimate, expect, project, plan or similar expressions. can be considered forward-looking. statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results could differ from those projected in the forward-looking statements due to many factors. These factors include, among others, the inherent uncertainties associated with new ventures, future U.S. and global economies, the impact of competition, and the company’s dependence on existing regulations regarding the use and development of cannabis products. . These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this press release, and we undertake no obligation to update the forward-looking statements or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Although we believe that the beliefs, plans, expectations and intentions contained in this press release are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions will prove to be correct. Investors should review all of the information set forth herein and should also refer to the disclosure of risk factors described in our Annual Report on Form 10-K, our Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and other periodically filed reports. from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For more information, please visit www.sec.gov.

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Best Debt Consolidation Loans for Bad Credit of 2022 – Forbes Advisor https://bthroughz.com/best-debt-consolidation-loans-for-bad-credit-of-2022-forbes-advisor/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/best-debt-consolidation-loans-for-bad-credit-of-2022-forbes-advisor/ A debt consolidation loan for bad credit may not be the best choice for everyone. If your credit is preventing you from qualifying for a lower interest rate than you are currently paying, you may want to consider the following alternatives to debt consolidation. Improve your credit first Good credit has many benefits, including the […]]]>

A debt consolidation loan for bad credit may not be the best choice for everyone. If your credit is preventing you from qualifying for a lower interest rate than you are currently paying, you may want to consider the following alternatives to debt consolidation.

Improve your credit first

Good credit has many benefits, including the ability to qualify for better financing. If you can’t get a good interest rate on a debt consolidation loan right now, working to improve your credit might give you more options in the future.

When creating your credit improvement plan, remember: You may want to adjust your approach depending on whether you are building credit from scratch or working to rebuild damaged credit. Either process can take time, but getting better credit can make your hard work worthwhile in the long run.

Use a debt repayment strategy

If you have some wiggle room in your monthly budget, a debt repayment strategy might be right for you. Do-it-yourself strategies like the snowball or debt avalanche method lead you to restructure how you pay down your debt each month. Ultimately, each approach has the potential to save you time and money in the debt elimination process.

Get professional help

Credit card debt and other high interest debt can sometimes spiral out of control. If you’re struggling to meet minimum payments on your monthly credit obligations, it might be time to talk to a financial professional about your situation.

A non-profit credit counseling company may have solutions that could help you, including a debt management plan. In extreme cases, you may even want to seek advice from a bankruptcy attorney about plans that can provide you with protection from your creditors.

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Last recession was ‘more of a debt crisis’ for small business owners: Post House Capital CEO https://bthroughz.com/last-recession-was-more-of-a-debt-crisis-for-small-business-owners-post-house-capital-ceo/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 21:05:07 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/last-recession-was-more-of-a-debt-crisis-for-small-business-owners-post-house-capital-ceo/ Post House Capital CEO Jackie Reses sat down with Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi at the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit to discuss recession risks and how small businesses can manage inflation and other economic concerns. Video transcript Jared Blikre: Tech valuations have been hammered as the bear market rages on, and that includes valuations […]]]>

Post House Capital CEO Jackie Reses sat down with Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi at the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit to discuss recession risks and how small businesses can manage inflation and other economic concerns.

Video transcript

Jared Blikre: Tech valuations have been hammered as the bear market rages on, and that includes valuations of private companies such as Klarna. Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi spoke to prominent fintech executive Jackie Reses about the outlook for the industry. Reses also sits on the boards of Affirm, Endeavor and New Bank. Listen to what he had to say.

JACKIE RESES: If you’re a small business, the only thing you need to be careful about is preparing for when things go sideways or south. And so there are two things that I would recommend a small business do. First, do the financial preparation now. Be sure to review the negative scenarios so you understand where you have weaknesses. Make cuts. Make adjustments. Do what you have to do. But be well planned.

The second thing you should do is make sure you have access to financing now when you don’t need it. The best thing to do is to have access to credit, either through online technology tools or through a traditional lender. So I would advise small businesses to get out there, seek financing, make sure they know all of their options, and be prepared.

BRIAN SOZZI: How would you compare the funding or access to capital environment today compared to the last recession?

JACKIE RESES: Well, the last recession was more of a debt crisis. So today, it’s more of an inflationary crisis. And so we have very different dynamics today. And so the challenge facing small businesses today is one of cost inflation. So the cost of personnel, cost of goods, supply chain challenges. And all of this means there are cash flow issues that small businesses need to be more vigilant than ever in managing their cash flow.

BRIAN SOZZI: Is the economy going south?

JACKIE RESES: Well, today we have some amazing jobs numbers from the past week. We have excellent employment numbers overall. But there are a lot of challenges to deal with the supply cycle challenges associated with the war in Ukraine, coupled with continued inflation. And so I think there’s a lot of economic uncertainty plaguing businesses.

And so, if you’re not feeling that today, and we’re starting to see some of the numbers a little softer than expected in terms of the consensus direction on US public companies, then you should at least be prepared for that, because a lot of people would say we are entering tougher economic times.

BRIAN SOZZI: And Jackie is modest here. She’s also on the boards of Affirm, Endeavor and New Bank, right?

JACKIE RESES: Absolutely.

BRIAN SOZZI: So let’s take a step back from that. What do you think the fintech vibe is like right now? We’ve seen valuations come back a lot. There are concerns about this in potential consolidations. How do you see it?

JACKIE RESES: Well, if you look across fintech, there has been significant dislocation in public markets. And companies are having their trading multiples reset. It has been quite significant since the first sign of inflation in mid-November at the end of last year. And so anytime you have a reset around rising rates, you’re going to see companies like fintechs being affected by that from a multiple market perspective.

Now, what you’re also starting to see is the dislocation that’s hitting private businesses. And you’re also seeing very large valuation resets on the private side. Despite this, there are still some amazing companies in the fintech space that are growing incredibly strong today, even with some of the challenges of the current market environment.

BRIAN SOZZI: The descents were remarkable. What’s the end game here?

JACKIE RESES: Well, the end game is that big business will continue to thrive. So growing their revenue and profitability might take longer than a straight line to the right. But companies that are big business, like many public fintechs, will continue to thrive in any environment because their companies are, in many cases, incredibly impressive, strong and resilient companies. So I expect there will be haves and have-nots. I would expect the haves, some of these larger public fintech companies, to do quite well in this environment.

BRIAN SOZZI: Do they become consolidators?

JACKIE RESES: They could. They could. In fintech, you haven’t seen a lot of companies being strong consolidators. You’re starting to see a bit more of that since late last year. There are definitely a lot of people sniffling around. Even traditional companies are starting to look at some of the fintech companies where the valuations have really put them in a place where they could be consolidated. And so it gives more traditional companies the opportunity to look at technology opportunities that they didn’t have before.

BRIAN SOZZI: Do you think we are close to a valuation floor? Because I think of all the discussions I had during this event. And it is clear that the rates are increasing. And they could increase more dramatically. Does this cause another fintech reset?

JACKIE RESES: Well, I think the next six months are going to be a really tough time. And I suspect we’re at the bottom. But I also see challenges – tough times loom around supply chain, oil and gas. And so with that, I think it’s going to be a rocky road for the next six months.

BRIAN SOZZI: Finally, you had a very interesting career. What prompted you to get into fintech?

JACKIE RESES: I’ve spent my entire career in financial services, creating esoteric financial products. And so whether it’s in the context of a private equity firm or in the context of a company like Square, where I worked until a year ago, it’s always a place where you can create products that are new to financial services to help bring more people into the open system and change the way funding is done. It is one of the largest sectors by market capitalization of the US economy. And it’s also one of the oldest, which means there’s plenty of room to make life-changing changes for businesses and consumers alike.

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Debt Consolidation Market Will See Amazing Growth By 2031 – Designer Women https://bthroughz.com/debt-consolidation-market-will-see-amazing-growth-by-2031-designer-women/ Thu, 07 Jul 2022 10:12:03 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/debt-consolidation-market-will-see-amazing-growth-by-2031-designer-women/ How about a well-documented study on the Debt Consolidation which includes an in-depth examination of the various models, programs and assets that could cause a paradigm shift in the rate of growth? It’s a reality. Based on the latest changes in debt consolidation, Market Reports is the answer to all your questions! During the forecast […]]]>

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Coordination is needed to avoid waking up the ghost of the Eurozone debt crisis https://bthroughz.com/coordination-is-needed-to-avoid-waking-up-the-ghost-of-the-eurozone-debt-crisis/ Thu, 07 Jul 2022 04:01:58 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/coordination-is-needed-to-avoid-waking-up-the-ghost-of-the-eurozone-debt-crisis/ The author is Head of European Economics Research at Barclays When Covid-19 hit the world, policymakers responded with extraordinary coordination of monetary and fiscal stimulus. The result has been a strong V-shaped economic recovery from pandemic lows. As the euro zone faces a war-spurred inflation spurt in Ukraine, it will need to step up its […]]]>

The author is Head of European Economics Research at Barclays

When Covid-19 hit the world, policymakers responded with extraordinary coordination of monetary and fiscal stimulus. The result has been a strong V-shaped economic recovery from pandemic lows.

As the euro zone faces a war-spurred inflation spurt in Ukraine, it will need to step up its coordination once again to avoid raising the specter of the European sovereign debt crisis.

The European Central Bank is looking to design a tool for transmitting policy across the Eurozone, to curb what is called fragmentation when there is a more disorderly rise in bond yields in one country than another.

The various operational, legal and political challenges that arise are numerous. But one of the main ones is related to the conditions that countries will have to meet before benefiting from the new facility. Conditionality means that the policy will have to be coordinated.

During the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, financial conditions tightened following interest rate hikes by the ECB. As insolvency problems grew, governments in so-called “peripheral” countries had to sharply tighten fiscal policy to gain support from the IMF or the EU, or to maintain market access.

This inability to coordinate policies has further weakened activity, especially in countries like Italy that have implemented “fiscal consolidations” that have hurt growth – mainly by raising taxes and cutting public investment. rather than cutting current public spending. A catastrophic monetary fiscal loop has been created.

History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes. While not Barclays’ base case for the Eurozone outlook – we expect a shallow recession followed by a mild recovery – the current macroeconomic backdrop looks dangerously similar to that of 2010-2011.

The nervousness of the market from June 9 to 14 is proof of this, as Italian bond yields significantly exceeded their German counterparts. The outlook for the eurozone could deteriorate if governments are again forced to rapidly tighten fiscal policy amid growing concerns about debt sustainability, a result of higher borrowing costs and weaker real growth .

So far, the ECB’s commitment to preventing financial market fragmentation has calmed markets. The agreement of a credible anti-fragmentation facility at the July 21 Governing Council meeting is a necessary condition if the ECB is to prevent a fiscal crisis during its planned tightening, but we doubt it will be sufficient.

For starters, we believe the Governing Council will not agree ex-ante on yield levels or spreads to target. Pricing country returns on macroeconomic and fiscal factors is as much art as science and board members are likely to have differing views on this.

In addition, the board may well disagree on whether sovereigns with weak fiscal and growth fundamentals face a liquidity or solvency crisis when their borrowing costs rise.

In anticipation of such a disagreement, financial markets could test the central bank’s resolve to avoid fragmentation, putting pressure on individual countries by pushing up their sovereign bond yields.

The challenge is to design a policy mix that simultaneously lends credibility to the ECB’s commitment to bringing inflation back to its target while minimizing the risk of economies falling on such a path. In our view, some degree of coordination between monetary and fiscal authorities will be necessary.

National fiscal authorities should embark on credible fiscal consolidations that will not harm growth. This time around, the Next Generation European Pandemic Recovery Fund will help protect public investment from the crunch.

Some degree of fiscal discipline should be reintroduced to reduce fiscal risks and moral hazard. Some tax support for low-income households and small and medium-sized enterprises could be financed by low-interest European loans, as has been done during Covid-19.

At the same time, the ECB, by internalizing the impact of a more restrictive fiscal policy on growth and inflation, could undertake to tighten its monetary policy less and very gradually. It must ensure that its actions do not make the work of national budgetary authorities even more economically and politically difficult.

Although not easy to coordinate, this seems to us a realistic compromise that could put the eurozone on a more virtuous path than one in which highly indebted governments continue to run large primary deficits, while the ECB tighten its monetary policy.

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Debt Consolidation Market Size 2022-2029 https://bthroughz.com/debt-consolidation-market-size-2022-2029/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 12:01:08 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/debt-consolidation-market-size-2022-2029/ New Jersey, United States,-The Global Debt Consolidation Market research report provides a comprehensive industry growth perspective, an overview of market size and value, and a survey of existing business trends. Debt consolidation studies also provide insight into various market demand factors. The Debt Consolidation Research Report details many of the variables that have led to […]]]>

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  • Marcus of Goldman Sachs (USA)
  • OneMain Financial (USA)
  • Discover personal loans (USA)
  • Lending Club (USA)
  • Payment (US)

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  • Credit card debt
  • Overdrafts or borrowings

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Report cover Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
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    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market Size 2022-2029 https://bthroughz.com/consumer-and-business-debt-consolidation-market-size-2022-2029/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 03:21:51 +0000 https://bthroughz.com/consumer-and-business-debt-consolidation-market-size-2022-2029/ New Jersey, United States,-The research report on the Global Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market provides a comprehensive industry growth perspective, an overview of market size and value, and a survey of existing business trends. . Consumer and business debt consolidation studies also provide insight into various market demand factors. The consumer and business debt […]]]>

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The impact of the Corona 19 outbreak on the global Emotion Sensing and Awareness industry, growth rates, correct supply chain analysis, scale in various scenarios, and responses Corporate critiques of the outbreak are all examined in research on emotion sensing and sensitization. The research focuses on emotion detection and recognition in global markets, particularly in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as South America, the Middle East and Africa. The study divides the market into four parts: manufacturer, region, type and application.

Key Players Covered in Consumer and Commercial Debt Consolidation Markets:

  • Discover personal loans (USA)
  • Lending Club (USA)
  • Payment (US)
  • SoFi (US)
  • FreedomPlus (US)

Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market Split By Type:

  • Credit card debt
  • Overdrafts or borrowings

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The Consumer and Corporate Debt Consolidation Market report has been segregated into distinct categories such as product type, application, end-user, and region. Each segment is valued based on CAGR, share, and growth potential. In the regional analysis, the report highlights the prospective region, which is expected to generate opportunities in the Global Consumer and Corporate Debt Consolidation Market in the coming years. This segmental analysis will surely prove to be a helpful tool for readers, stakeholders, and market players to get a complete picture of the global Consumer and Corporate Debt Consolidation market and its growth potential in the years to come.

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Market size available for years 2022 – 2029
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Historical data 2019 – 2021
Forecast period 2022 – 2029
Quantitative units Revenue in USD Million and CAGR from 2023 to 2029
Segments Covered Types, applications, end users, and more.
Report cover Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
Regional scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
Scope of customization Free report customization (equivalent to up to 8 analyst business days) with purchase. Added or changed country, region and segment scope.
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Regional Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market Analysis can be represented as follows:

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    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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