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Retail's "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" have come and gone, but the gift-buying season continues.
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IN THE BLACK Gifts for kids
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Today's story 2
BISMARCK Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., defended his voting record and discussed the benefits of financial reform for North Dakota bankers at a conference Tuesday night.
Pomeroy spoke at the annual clos... Posted on 8/18/10 at 4:37 PM
NASCAR DAD Swiss Banks Opened !
10,000 clients/tax dodgers are targets of USA and IRS. Zurick is no longer secret bank accounts. Hitler tried to break the secret code but, couldn't, USA and IRS took them to court. UBS Swizz Banking ... Posted on 8/20/09 at 7:08 AM
North Dakota has 13 of the nation’s safest banks, a financial research and publishing company said.
StreetAuthority LLC, which has offices in Austin, Texas, and Gaithersburg, Maryland, said it evaluated more than 7,300 banks nationwide using a measuring tool that considers a bank’s reserves against loan losses and the number of loans it has that aren’t being repaid. The tool has been used to predict bank failures, the company said.
NEW YORK (AP) — Goldman Sachs, arguably the most storied investment bank on Wall Street, has been compared to a money-sucking vampire squid and called the evil empire of finance. On Wednesday, it got a black eye from one of its own.
Christina Rexrode, AP Business Writer
, March 15, 2012
North Dakota banking officials are cautioning owners of flood-damaged homes about the consequences of giving up and walking away.
Several Minot banks said Friday they aren’t seeing customers who want to abandon their homes and their mortgages.
By Teri Finneman, Forum Communications Co.
, July 09, 2011
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Rural bankers in 10 Midwest and Plains states worry that Missouri River flooding will hurt the region’s economy and tourism, according to a monthly survey of bankers released Thursday.
Many bankers who responded to the Rural Mainstreet survey pointed to the flood situation with concern.
NEW YORK — A disappointing jobs report dragged stocks lower Friday. Banks took a hit after a Massachusetts court upheld a ruling in a foreclosure case against U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo & Co. that could lead to more trouble for lenders.
The Labor Department said employers added 103,000 jobs in December, less than analysts expected. Job growth has remained sluggish in the U.S. since the recession ended in June 2009.
By Chip Cutter and Matthew Craft, The Associated Press
, January 08, 2011
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks have made back almost all their earlier losses and closed slightly lower, ending a four-day winning streak. The Dow had fallen as much as 70 points on concerns about the foreclosure practices at major banks including JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America.
The banks, which are being investigated by state attorneys general, have suspended foreclosures while they review whether they were complying with the law when they foreclosed on delinquent mortgages.
NEW YORK (AP) — Investors bought stocks again on the latest reassuring news about the economy. This time, it was about European banks.
European regulators, who issued the results of what are called “stress tests” on the banks, said Friday that only a handful would struggle if the continent’s economy weakens. That helped send the Dow Jones industrial average up more than 100 points, which gave the index a two-day gain of more than 300.
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