Tag Archives: Credit (finance)

U.S Borrowing Mess and Standard and Poor’s Negative Credit Outlook

What does one of the most well known credit rating agencies believe is important when evaluating a borrower? Consider the opinion of Standard and Poor’s about The United States’ creditworthiness and how it changed today from stable to a negative … Continue reading

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Lenders are Advancing! Borrowers, Run for the Lettuce!

How do you compete when you are outgunned, outmanned, outmatched and every other OUTed in the dictionary? What hope do borrowers have today? ┬áIs hope the best strategy there is? The Wall Street Journal reported that lenders are becoming very … Continue reading

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A Legion of Lenders is Coming Ashore: How to Fortify Your Borrowing Defenses

The Wall Street Journal reported that Bank of America plans to hire 1,000 new small business bankers in 2010-2011. The new hires will be responsible for bringing in new business by offering help with lending or cash management services. There … Continue reading

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What is the Future of Borrowing Money?

So what does the future look like for borrowers big and small? The credit crisis that began in 2007 with sub-prime mortgage defaults and moved to commercial loans in the fall of 2008 with the demise of Lehman Brothers has … Continue reading

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