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Federal Reserve raises the level of a key rate it pays banks to park cash at the central bank from 0.10% to 0.15%

'Cash is king': Buyers who can liquidate high-yield assets are boxing first-time homeowners out of the hectic real estate market, real estate agents say

Up to $2,500 cash reward offered for tips in Flint double homicide @FlintCrimeStop 

Deputies found meth, fentanyl, cash and dozens of firearms – including military-grade machine guns – in a months-long investigation into a convicted felon & self-admitted gang member living in Multnomah County.

Dan Levy helps Citi promote its cash card'>Citi Custom Cash Card, Dunkin’ says, “It’s time to get back to getting back out there,” Kohler wants you to “Find your just right” and more of the latest TV ads:

"Our cash community performs a vital role supporting the global economy," process trainer Amy said. "My team and I work to ensure they have all the information and support from a training perspective that is needed to be successful." #FedWomenInTech 

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“These [ransomware] groups are not guaranteed to have such plain sailing as they used to," says @BrettCallow , threat analyst at @emsisoft  "That's given some cold feet and they’ve decided to head for the hills while they still have their liberty and cash.”

“These [ransomware] groups are not guaranteed to have such plain sailing as they used to," says @BrettCallow , threat analyst at @emsisoft  "That's given some cold feet and they’ve decided to head for the hills while they still have their liberty and cash.”

Federal Reserve Adjusts Settings on Rate-Control Tool Kit: The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised the level of a key rate it pays banks to park cash at the central bank from 0.10% to 0.15%, and lifted the interest on excess… ^WSJ #Business  #Finance  #CFO 

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#ES #NQ  #YMa #Stocks #Tradersp ; #fadersnt '>D #Fadersnt  go to a gun fight with a knife. Try us, we will not let you down and if we do you get your cash back ... how can u beat that? Ill make you the fee in the first day. This is no bs sales shit either...

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What we learned in 2020? This country can't efficiently deliver Food, Cash or Care to those who need it.

If Democrats controlled the Senate: - the cash payments would be $1200 not $600 - there would be $175 billion, not $25 billion, to help people pay the rent - there would be flexible money for states and cities and bonus checks for frontline workers Let’s win Georgia.

A man sued his employer for racial discrimination, settled the suit, took the settlement check to the bank to cash it, then the bank didn't believe the check was real and called the cops on him, leading to another racial discrimination lawsuit

We need to send emergency cash payments of $2,000 to every person in America each month for the duration of this pandemic.

One of the reasons industries are so short on cash right now is that they have spent billions buying back their own stocks instead of investing in their workers and saving for a rainy day. That needs to be addressed NOW.

Obama/Biden scandals: -Fast & Furious -Solyndra -Benghazi -IRS targeting -Opperation Choke Point -Spying on journalists -VA waiting lists -Cash payments to Iran -Clinton emails -Unmasking of political rivals -Crossfire Hurricane/Russia Hoax -Crossfire Razor/Flynn Don’t forget!

Here we go again. Fake News@CNN  is blaming RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA. They are sick losers with VERY bad ratings! P.S. Can’t blame China because they need the cash?

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

We are likely already in a recession. Workers are losing income while their bills pile up. We need to provide direct, emergency $2,000 cash payments to every person in America every month for the duration of the crisis.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

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