Liverpool miss Steven Gerrard, but he won't return on loan - Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the club are struggling to replace former captain Steven Gerrard, though he again ruled out the midfielder returning on loan. Gerrard, 35, left after 17 years in Liverpool's first-team to join the LA Galaxy this ...
Klopp: No loan return for Gerrard
Klopp admits he would try to sign Steven Gerrard, but loan deal is impossible
Bleacher Report10 Loan Deals That Would Make Sense in the 2016 January Transfer Window
We've almost hit the January sales, but the winter transfer window also opens up the possibility of several short-term moves. Clever January loan deals can often make or break a club's season, and if clubs in the Premier League feel like making one ...
Russia's Sistema says agrees $350 mln loan with two Chinese banks
MOSCOW Dec 25 Russian conglomerate Sistema said on Friday it had agreed on a $350 million loan with China Development Bank and Bank of China . The loan, agreed on Dec 17, has a six-year maturity, Sistema said in a statement. (Reporting by ...
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Huffington PostWhen You Weren't Paying Attention Congress Shook Up The Student Loan Market
Some 42 million Americans could become less likely to fall behind on their student loans -- and get better customer service -- thanks to a new measure the Republican-led Congress forced on the U.S. Department of Education this month. The government's ...
This is how the government is getting people to pay up on defaulted student loans
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USA TODAY CollegeDear grads: Advice for paying student loans
USA TODAY College
It's a huge bummer that after a six-month grace period, your student loan bills are coming due. To help you make the transition from grace period to repayment, we've talked to three borrowers about how they've been tackling their student loan debt ...
Anderson City Council extends $1.2 million loan to water department
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Fenwick said in June the loan would be repaid to the sewer department as increased revenues for the water department are received resulting from a 47 percent rate increase approved by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission earlier this year.