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Friday Jan 6 | via NOLA.com
Here's a detailed look at how Gov. John Bel Edwards has proposed spending the $1.6 billion in federal flood recovery money the state has received. . The Edwards administration has already submitted its plan for spending the first $438 million a to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for approval Friday. Comment?
Dec 24, 2016 | via Sentinel
Leaders of a South Texas city say a new giant Exxon Mobil Corp. petrochemical plant is a good idea but not in their neighborhood. The city council in Portland has approved a resolution asking Exxon Mobil to rule out their city north of Corpus Christi as a site for the world's largest ethylene cracker plant. Comment?
Dec 20, 2016 | via Baton Rouge Business Report
It isn't off the charts, but Baton Rouge's housing market is among the healthiest in Louisiana, according to Nationwide's 2016 Health of Housing Markets Report. Nationwide studied housing market data through the third quarter of 2016 to notate the healthiest markets in the country. Comment?
Jan 12, 2016 | via TheStreet.com
It occurred to me last night that it has been some time since I went off in search for financial stocks using the private equity mindset. I have done several articles on nonfinancial companies trading at low enterprise multiples, but when it comes to financials I have not really gone looking for those below book value that might be worth including in a private equity mindset portfolio. Comment?
Nov 30, 2016 | via Mortgage News Daily
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3 min ago | via ARLnow.com
The seminar will last approximately one hour and then we will have time after for questions and one-on-one appointments. We will have specialists on hand to give you an overview of the buying process. Comment?
6 min ago | via This Is Money
Money Pit Stop: I'm a retiring fireman who has built up A 152k in investments and A 183k in cash, can I get a good income and enjoy some holidays? Rise in fraud 'super cases' means total value of scams which reached UK Courts tipped over A 1bn last year Energy bills to fall as billions in 'green crap' subsidies axed: Ministers unveil plans to reduce money given to wind and solar energy firms New towns' decade of house price rises: Average property has gone up by 32% to be valued at A 229,000 Jetting off on a skiing holiday? Make sure you check your travel insurance documents as only one in six policies covers winter sports I've learnt one big thing - the experts always get it wrong: The Big Short author Michael Lewis on his new book about the men who turned economics upside down Pound jumps to a five-week high against dollar as Trump's inauguration speech sparks fears of free trade ... (more) Comment?
7 min ago | via Live Charts
The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined Citigroup $28.8m after it found that the banking group kept customers in the dark about mortgage options. Subsidiaries of Citi will pay $21.4m to affected customers, while also coughing up $7.4m in civil penalties. Comment?
17 min ago | via Triple Pundit
In this series we'll take a fresh look at resources and how they are used. We'll go beyond natural resources like air and water to look at how efficiency in raw materials can boost the bottom line and help the environment. Comment?
18 min ago | via WLS-AM Chicago
A northwest suburban mortgage loan processor stole "dozens" of victims identities to open bank accounts, credit cards and loans, authorities said. Karolina M. Klambatseas, 34, worked for various mortgage companies while committing the theft dating back to May 2015, Wheaton police announced Monday. Comment?
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