Friday, 3 July 2020 DUBAI - Oman is seeking a $2 billion bridge loan from international and regional banks, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, confirming a report by LPC, a fixed income news service owned by Refinitiv....
After 11 months, 55-year-old woman returned to her home in Kanpur from Oman. She expressed happiness and thanked the government for the help. The woman accused her employees in Oman for harassing her. She demanded strict punishment for the agents who dupe poor women into this business. She claimed that around 150 women are still stuck there. Woman said, "An agent duped me as I am very poor. People over there used to force me to do menial jobs. They also forced me to make physical relations. I am thankful to government for helping me."
Prince Harry has sent a video message in support of The Walk of Oman whichwill involve six wounded veterans who will tackle an epic trek across thehostile conditions of the Omani desert over 21 days. The Walk of Oman issupported by The Duke of Sussex in his role as the Official Expedition Patron.
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JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo collectively set aside nearly $26 billion for potential loan losses. As Fred Katayama reports, quarterly profit at JPMorgan and Citi tumbled while Wells Fargo..