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“Unless we get money directly into the hands of a huge number of people so they can start to paydown loans, the economy is screwed.”
“Earlier this year, it sold its land and wells in Arkansas to Australia's BHP Billiton Ltd. for $4.65 billion and used a sizable portion of the cash to paydown debt.”
“And we should believe that every dollar of those funds will be used to paydown the costs of insuring 32 million new people right?”
“Then argue over the rate, but it has to cover the budget, including paydown on the debt.”
“Interest-only loans or option ARMs, which make principal paydown optional, seem no less predatory than the products that Cuomo specifically excluded.”
“Getting a 23% paydown on a delinquent loan was a big win for bondholders, Mr. Cobb said.”
“But the specifics of the paydown, which will involve settling obligations to the New York Federal Reserve and to the Treasury, have raised questions about the insurer's ability to make good.”
“That in itself -- having a strong recovery -- will accelerate our debt paydown.”
“If we'd stick up for uber-businessman Marc Emery and keep him here doing what he does best, Canada could help America keep its huge appetite for junk food by generating more need-for-munchies per capita…thus helping them achieve Scott's carb-free, bacon-enriched debt-paydown program.”
“OTTAWA - The federal government appears poised to completely reverse the past decade's paydown on the national debt and begin a series of budget deficits that could total $100 billion, new forecasts indicate.”
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