Daily Archives: November 18, 2017

‘Chainsaw nun’ who helped Hurricane Irma cleanup honored by Miami Heat

The chainsaw-wielding nun who was featured in a viral video cleaning up debris after Hurricane Irma was honored for her efforts Friday by her hometown basketball team. CHAINSAW-WIELDING NUN CLEANS UP HURRICANE IRMA DEBRIS IN VIRAL VIDEO Sister Margaret Ann, the principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School in southwest Miami-Dade County, was surprised during a pep rally by ...

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Timelier provisions may make banks’ profits and lending choppier

IN THE first quarter of 2018 thousands of banks will look a little less profitable. A new international accounting standard, IFRS 9, will oblige lenders in more than 120 countries, including the European Union’s members, to increase provisions for credit losses. In America, which has its own standard-setter, IFRS 9 will not be applied—but by 2019 banks there will also ...

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