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The Army is on standby to deliver food, medicine, and fuel.

‘Dunkirk spirit’: UK banks are preparing billions in emergency lending to support the economy under a no-deal Brexit

Major banks are preparing to support UK businesses with credit if Britain falls out of the EU in March following a no-deal Brexit. They have suggested lending billions to prop-up economy though the transition period.
Chinese President Xi Jinping at the end of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, May 15, 2017.

China’s massive ‘Belt and Road’ spending spree has caused concern around the world, and now it’s China’s turn to worry

Spending on infrastructure projects as part of the Belt and Road Initiative has created worry about Beijing's increasing clout, but the Chinese government now seems to be having second thoughts about its dealmaking across Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Traders work in the Citigroup booth on the floor of the NYSE in New York

A startup looking to shakeup investing in a $3.8 trillion market just got a big loan from Citi to launch a new fund

The upstart company will use the money for its so-called Opportunity Fund.
Stephen Colbert with the former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke.

Here’s how the latest Fed rate hike will hit your wallet

Banks across the US increased their prime lending rate to 4.5% in response to the latest interest-rate hike from the Federal Reserve.

Lending Club crashes 22% after cutting guidance

The company anticipates a loss for the fourth quarter of $3 to $7 million.
Goldman Sachs' Marcus is outpacing its fintech rivals.

Goldman Sachs’ move into Main Street lending is growing fast

The Wall Street giant's personal lending platform Marcus could become a $1 billion business.

A Japanese technology giant is backing lending startup Kabbage

The owner of Sprint and Yahoo Japan is getting behind Kabbage.

Easy access to credit prompts a trebling in complaints against payday loans

Financial Ombudsman Service's annual report shows a rise from 3,216 to 10,529 between March 2016 and 2017.

Something that ‘usually only happens in recessions’ is popping up in the US economy

Lending standards are tightening for large and medium-size firms.