mortgage rates today go up | September 17, 2021

The 30-year fixed rate mortgage is on average 3.256% today, up 0.42 percentage points from yesterday. The rates for almost all other loan categories were also higher, with the exception of the 7/1 and 10/1 variable rate mortgages. Even with today’s hike, rates remain historically very low. This means borrowers …

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What You Need To Know Before Applying For A Title Loan Online

Photo: pixabay.com A title loan is defined as a short term loan using the borrower’s car title as collateral. This type of personal loan is usually granted by an individual or a financial institution and can be used for any purpose, such as paying off high interest debts, medical bills, …

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India: government raids targeting critics

(New York) – Indian authorities are using allegations of politically motivated tax evasion and financial irregularities to silence human rights activists, journalists and other government critics, Human Rights Watch said today hui. In September 2021, government finance officials raided Srinagar, Delhi and Mumbai against journalists’ homes, press offices, an actor’s …

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Missouri Department of Natural Resources Still Investigating Cause of Wilson’s Creek Contamination

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. (KY3) – A local waterway is still polluted after more than two decades, and researchers are trying to understand why. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources says it’s not sure it’s all tied to a single problem. Contamination of Wilson Creek dates back to at least 1998. …

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Charities call for more NSW funding amid COVID

Leading community groups helping struggling families in western and southwestern Sydney during the COVID-19 lockdown depend on volunteers and donations in the absence of government support. Speaking during an investigation into the NSW government’s handling of the pandemic, community leaders said they had yet to receive government funds to support …

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MNR to reopen eastern Washington lands as extreme wildfire danger diminishes

As improved weather signals the end of peak forest fire conditions, MNR resources and strategic response are essential to weather the difficult season. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is reopening its land east of the Cascades to public access effective Thursday, September 16, Public Lands Commissioner Hilary …

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UN warns that AI can pose a threat to human rights

The UN human rights chief called on member states to impose a moratorium on the sale and use of artificial intelligence systems until the “negative, if not catastrophic” risks they pose can be treated. The remarks of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet referred to a …

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Exam Exness: Deposit and Withdraw Money

Fiat money dates back to the last century, say some cryptocurrency enthusiasts. While that is certainly not the case yet, there is more than enough reason to take a closer look at crypto. This Exness review is about exactly that: crypto and how it is changing the world of Forex …

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Lower Mortgage Loans: Some loan rates are actually getting cheaper. But for how long ?

Welcome to Mortgage Rundown, a quick look at what’s happening in Canada’s mortgage rate landscape from a mortgage strategist Robert mclister. Where are these higher rates? Fixed mortgage rates were now supposed to be higher. The popular rhetoric was that a recovery-driven recovery would increase bond yields and mortgage costs …

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‘Ineligible’ Universal Credit Cut Violates Human Rights Law, Says UN Envoy | Universal credit

Cutting universal credit by £ 20 per week is an ‘unacceptable’ measure that violates international human rights law and has the potential to trigger an explosion in poverty, the UN poverty envoy has said. In a devastating intervention accompanied by a letter to the UK government, Olivier De Schutter, the …

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