Under mounting pressure to bring down high energy prices, President Biden announced on Thursday that the United States would release up to 180 million barrels of oil from a strategic reserve to counter the economic impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. With the midterm elections just months away, gasolineRead More →

The White House has quietly assembled a team of national security officials to sketch out scenarios for how the United States and its allies should react if Russian President Vladimir Putin — frustrated by his lack of progress in Ukraine or determined to put warns Western nations against any interventionRead More →

A Ukrainian serviceman runs to deliver ammunition to an armored fighting vehicle during a live-fire exercise in an area controlled by the joint forces operation in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine on Thursday February 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda) The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the aggressive strategy ofRead More →

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration will provide Ukraine with additional high-tech defensive weapons that are easily transportable and require little training for use against Russian tanks, armored vehicles and aircraft, according to U.S. and European officials. In remarks on Wednesday, President Biden announced $800 million in new military aid toRead More →

Congress has charged the Federal Reserve with keeping the US economy functioning as smoothly as possible. If the Fed fuels the economy, it may lower the federal funds rate, making borrowing money more affordable for people and companies. This action often raises stock values, rewarding investors with higher profits. TheRead More →

“ The report provides factual data on the Lending Software Market that the cloud helps market players take advantage of them to improve the competitiveness of their business. The Loan Origination Software report outlines the strategies that are in place in key global competitor markets including the United States, China,Read More →

Eric McGlynnmanaging director of Walker & Dunlop’s Capital Markets team, facilitated the transaction between the developer, Sansano Capital LLC, and the lender, a subsidiary of Sculptor Real Estate based in New York City. According to Mr. Lugliani, Principal of Sansano Capital LLC, “Walker & Dunlop and Sculptor Real Estate haveRead More →

Stephen Bulfer The mobile-first mortgage solution from StreamLoan Inc.a provider of integrated point-of-sale (POS) mortgage tools, is now based on Encompass and available through ICE Mortgage Technologywhich is part of Intercontinental Exchange Inc. The integration drives the automation of the digital workflow extended to lenders, borrowers and real estate agents,Read More →

When the Ukrainian Defense Forces encounter a suspected Russian saboteur posing as a Ukrainian, they usually ask him to say the Ukrainian word for a type of local bread: palyanitsya. Almost invariably, the suspect betrays his nationality and politics by pronouncing it with a different ending: palyanitsa. Similarly, during WorldRead More →

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means that the food inflation plaguing global consumers is now tipping into a full-fledged crisis, potentially outpacing even the pandemic’s blow and pushing millions further into hunger. Together, Russia and Ukraine account for a huge share of global agricultural supplies, exporting so much wheat, corn, sunflowerRead More →

The shock of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to reverberate around the world, including in unexpected places. At the UN General Assembly’s emergency special session this week, Algeria was among 35 nations to abstain in response to a resolution condemning Russia’s ‘aggression against Ukraine’ and demanding that Russia immediately withdrawRead More →

Education loans to study at an educational institution abroad usually cover the full tuition fee and a predefined proportion of the cost of living and other miscellaneous expenses. To check if you are eligible to immigrate, Click here The amount disbursed varies based on co-borrowers’ credit history, existing EMI burden,Read More →

The United States and its NATO allies on Monday escalated their economic war against Russia through sanctions and restrictions, accompanied by an increased influx of anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons into Ukraine. The moves come as Russian forces continue to approach Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, and amid widespread US and EuropeanRead More →