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Banks in China are testing facial microexpression detection to reduce fraud

Chinese financial services provider Ping An has created technology to detect users’ unintentional microexpressions with smartphone cameras to determine their veracity, PYMNTS reports. Citing a Financial Times article, PYMNTS writes that Chinese banks are concerned that customers are lying about their reasons for applying for loans. Standard Chartered Bank chief …

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How to Save Money on Daily Shopping Using Chase Deals – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: Forbes Advisor may earn a commission on sales made from partner links on this page, but this does not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Many banks offer some kind of discount program to cardholders. The best known of these discount programs is Amex offers—A program …

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Yes, you can (still) consult the books and materials in the library | University Libraries

Good news, the Buffs! You can still access the physical library collections during this distance learning period only. University libraries continue to provide contactless collection services for books and other library materials to current students, faculty and staff. The process is simple: request the items you need (you can have …

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Major U.S. Investment Bank Joins European Peers with Net Zero Commitment

The ESG Insider newsletter compiles news and insights on environmental, social and governance developments leading to changes in business and investment decisions. Subscribe to our ESG Insider Newsletter, and listen to the latest ESG Insider podcast on SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple podcasts. Morgan Stanley has pledged to net zero emissions …

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The law will facilitate access to affordable student loan repayment if implemented effectively

This analysis was updated on March 4, 2020 to replace the word “consent” with “approval” in several cases to reflect the language used in the law. Changes to help federal student loan borrowers enroll and stay on income-tested repayment plans (IDRs) are a less frequently discussed aspect of a major …

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Goldgroup announces list of conditions for loan facility with Accendo

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Goldgroup Mining Inc. (“Gold group“or the”Society“) (TSX: GGA, OTC: GGAZF, BMV SIX: GGAN.MX) is pleased to announce that it has signed an indicative term sheet (the”Conditions sheet“) in respect of a secured loan facility (the”Establishment“) with Accendo Banco SA, Multiple Banking …

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What Democrats and Republicans Want in the Next Coronavirus Relief Program

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republicans and Democrats in Congress aim to pass a fourth coronavirus aid plan before the end of the month, but they will have to overcome important differences. FILE PHOTO: Police officers wearing face masks guard the United States Capitol in Washington, US May 14, 2020. REUTERS / …

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Do you need a co-signer for student loans?

A student loan co-signer is an adult with a good credit history and a good score who signs a loan with you. Having a co-signer can help you get the most out of it student loan rate, but it may also be necessary for you to qualify. Do you need …

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Red Deer taxpayers will help cover future parking costs in the city – Red Deer Advocate

Only half of the parking spaces in downtown Red Deer are used regularly, so money collected from meters and fines cannot fully cover parking costs, city councilors heard Tuesday. The costs include the repayment of a loan for the parking lot at Sorensen station and the maintenance of the parking …

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These articles helped your favorite dancers through a year of closure

Since last March, the dancers have moved from studio life to periods of isolation at home. In an age where human interaction is rare, the heartwarming things we surround ourselves with have taken on new significance. We asked the dancers and choreographers to think about what has brought them joy …

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