Day: September 25, 2020

Can You Get A Personal Loan Even If You Have Student Debt?

When you need to take a loan for whatever reason, personal loans can undoubtedly help. This type of loan is repaid in monthly installments over a set period of time, typically ranging from 1 to 7 years.

Moreover, the loan amount you can take out will rely on your credit history. However, offers usually fall between 1,000 dollars and 50,000 dollars. Even so, if you bear a high amount of educational debt, you might be thinking about your chances of getting approved for a personal loan.

Keep in mind that lenders examine or evaluate borrowers in many different ways. It always helps to know the steps you need to obtain the funding you need and where you stand. Do you want to know more? Read on!

Things Lenders Assess In Personal Loan Applications

A personal loan is typically unsecured. It means that you do not have to offer or show

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3 ‘Strong Buy’ Stocks With Over 7% Dividend Yield

Markets are volatile, there can be no doubt. So far this month, the S&P 500 has fallen 9% from its peak. The tech-heavy NASDAQ, which had led the gainers all summer, is now leading the on the fall, having lost 11% since September 2. The three-week tumble has investors worried that we may be on the brink of another bear market.The headwinds are strong. The usual September swoon, the upcoming election, doubts about another round of economic stimulus – all are putting downward pressure on the stock markets.Which doesn’t mean that there are no opportunities. As the old saw goes, “Bulls and bears can both make money, while the pigs get slaughtered.” A falling market may worry investors, but a smart strategy can prevent the portfolio from losing too much long-term value while maintaining a steady income. Dividend stocks, which

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British Airways Says Pandemic May Cost 10,000 Jobs

(Bloomberg) — British Airways is expecting to cut as many as 10,000 jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic even as the airline reached deals or agreements in principle with its various unions.



a plane sitting on top of a truck: Crew members prepare an air stair for a passenger aircraft, operated by British Airways, a unit of International Consolidated Airlines Group SA (IAG), at Bournemouth Airport in Bournemouth, U.K., on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. European airlines will take the biggest hit to demand from the coronavirus, with passenger traffic set to fall 46% this year, according to economists at the International Air Transport Association.


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Crew members prepare an air stair for a passenger aircraft, operated by British Airways, a unit of International Consolidated Airlines Group SA (IAG), at Bournemouth Airport in Bournemouth, U.K., on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. European airlines will take the biggest hit to demand from the coronavirus, with passenger traffic set to fall 46% this year, according to economists at the International Air Transport Association.

The flagship U.K. carrier has seen 7,200 people leave as of last week, Chief Executive Officer Alex Cruz told lawmakers in London on Wednesday. The company remains in discussions with some labor groups, he said, and has rowed back on a plan to fire and rehire staff on new contracts.

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