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Investing.com | April 21, 2020
U.S. oil prices hobbled back into positive territory on Tuesday after sinking below $0 for the first time ever, but international benchmark Brent dipped as the global coronavirus crisis severely reduces demand for crude.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude for May delivery (CLc1) was up $38.99 in thin trade at $1.36 a barrel by 0622 GMT after settling down at a discount of $37.63 a barrel in the previous session.
The May contract expires on Tuesday and the more-active June con...
Aderant | December 30, 2021
Aderant, a renowned global business management software provider, has partnered with LawPay recently. LawPay is known to have lead accounts solutions for law firms in North American markets. Through their partnership, they will launch an automated online payment platform and solutions for management clients.
While many Aderant Expert and Expert Sierra clients have accepted online payments through ClientPay, Aderant and LawPay are now releasing in a planned way in 2022. The platfor...
Ncontracts, QuestSoft Corporation | January 07, 2021
Ncontracts, the leading supplier of integrated risk management solutions for the financial services industry, reported that it has gained QuestSoft Corporation, a main supplier of compliance software and services for the mortgage, bank and credit union ventures.
Consolidating Ncontracts with QuestSoft will be extraordinary for customers and for the business. The mix makes an incredible end-to-end risk and compliance suite remarkably empowering financial institutions to develop and...
General Electric Co | April 21, 2020
General Electric Co (GE.N) entered into a revolving credit agreement for $15 billion, according to a regulatory filing on Monday.
The current agreement is set to mature on April 17, 2023 and refinances the company’s prior $20 billion revolving credit facility that was scheduled to mature in May 2021.
The reduced loan size is a testimony to a changing bank landscape where companies seek to get better compensated for the risk they take to lend as volatility rattles the markets ...
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