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Are the days of cheap loans over?

However because the economic system inches in direction of normalcy using on falling coronavirus infections and ongoing vaccination programme, the demand for loans has made a comeback within the final couple of months.

Coinbase falls short on revenue as trading volumes slump 30%

United States cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global Inc (COIN.O) on Tuesday reported a nearly 30% fall in third-quarter trading volumes on a sequential basis, hit by lower volatility and declining prices for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Trading volumes fell to $327 billion in the quarter from $462 billion in the second. Of this, bitcoin comprised 19%, down from 24% last quarter.

After N.Y. bar exam results disappoint, focus turns to California

New York released the results of its July bar exam late last week, leaving California as the last major jurisdiction with test takers still awaiting their scores.

Lawyers can alter the future of climate change

Law firms around the world are finding they can play a major and direct role in addressing climate change by just doing what they do – namely, letting their lawyers be lawyers.

Student Loan Payback Time; Trump SPAC-Lash

President Biden this morning unveiled a new social and climate change spending proposal that cuts his authentic $3.5 trillion 10 yr Construct Again Higher plan…

Apple objects to links to outside payments ahead of Epic Games hearing

Apple Inc (AAPL.O) on Friday outlined its objections to allowing app developers to link to third-party payment options ahead of a hearing next month that could determine whether a set of antitrust court orders is put on pause.

Volvo Cars leaps 22% on debut in boost for IPOs and electric cars

Volvo Cars (VOLCARb.ST) shares surged 22% on their Stockholm market debut on Friday after wrapping up Europe’s biggest IPO of the year so far, in a boost for new issues markets and carmakers’ vision of an electric future.

Arizona Restaurateur Whose Business Was Raided by Sheriff Gets $5M

Information reaching us has it that Maricopa County, Ariz., officials approved a settlement this week with a restaurant owner in metro Phoenix who claimed in a lawsuit that then-Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office had defamed him and violated his rights about seven years ago when investigating whether employees at his restaurants used fraudulent IDs to get jobs.