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Soldotna buys into buckets

...documents from Alaska Permanent Capital Management, APCM. Of that money, $20.5 million is invested by APCM in a U.S. Treasuries and Agency portfolio, while $3 million sits in the Alaska Municipal League Investment pool. Neither portfolio...
Soldotna considers new investment strategy $23.5 million, according to documents provided by APCM. Of that money, $20.5 is invested by APCM in a U.S. Treasuries and Agency portfolio, while $3 million sits in the Alaska Municipal League Investment Pool, also known as AMLIP...
Reeling it in: Jack Ryan back on the big screen

...tumbles to something far worse, however. It seems a Russian billionaire has devised a plan to acquire billions in U.S. Treasury bonds in a scheme to crash the American economy. The crash can only be triggered, however, buy a massive terrorist...
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Just say 'no' to underwriting more debt

...want to reduce the size of its loans financing our debt. China, which holds 8 percent, or $1.5 trillion, in U.S. Treasury securities, is mocking our inability to reduce debt. The Washington Times reports that Chinese Commerce Minister...
Cost for student loans on the rise

...volume annually, is no more. In its place is the expanded Direct Loan Program, with loans made to students from the U.S. Treasury. Students will still fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, but rather than sign with a choice of...
Appeals won't affect fish in Red Dog Creek

...settlement payments to plaintiffs, but attorney fees can be paid -- as well as an $118,000 annual penalty paid to the U.S. Treasury for every year until the pipeline is built. The pipeline, however, is contingent on the new Aqqaluk pit being open...
Catching counterfeiters: Wave of phoney $20 bills hits Kenai Peninsula

...very little distinction on the face." McBride said the color and texture of the bills also give them away. "The U.S. treasury is the only entity that can use that certain color green ink. If it's off-color, that's a clue," McBride...
Misplaced faith in government

...ruined Detroit.The Federal Housing Authority announced Friday it is taking $1.7 billion in borrowed money from the U.S. Treasury to cover projected losses in reverse mortgage programs. It can do so without congressional authorization. Actors...
Who runs government, us or the banks?

...card payment, ask yourself why you have to make the payment to the "Banks to big to fail" twice -- once from the U.S. Treasury and once from your hard earned dollars. Russia, China and India are uniting as economic powers. They have dropped...
Community Development Quota groups pursue tax break implications of proposed laws, estimated that the legislation proposed by Murkowski and Begich would cost the U.S. Treasury between $90 million and $124 million over 10 years. The range of costs is based on supplemental language proposed...


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