lendernoun

  • ja貸す人、金貸し、貸し手
  • ensomeone who lends money or gives credit in business matters

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Can you quickly explain what refinancing is?
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So, refinancing is basically taking out a loan to repay your other loan.
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It works out for you if the new lender is able to pay off your loan
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at a rate that's better than what you were doing before.
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Twenty or 30 years ago, if a bank in North America lent too much money to some people who couldn't afford to pay it back,
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and the bank went bust,
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it was bad for the lender and bad for the borrower.
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But we didn't imagine it would bring the global economic system to its knees for nearly a decade.
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Kickstarter specializes in creative endeavors like films or books or, say, that specialty butcher we just introduced you to.
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Other sites put borrowers and lenders together making more traditional loans, but all online.
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The goal of all of these websites is to get money into the hands of businesses who need it,
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without a grim-faced bank loan officer in the middle.
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Lady Margaret, what's your take on the economic challenges that face the people of Montenaro?
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As Shakespeare once said, "Neither a borrower nor a lender be, as pennies do not fall from heaven.
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Rather, it is mercy that dropeth like a gentle rain from heaven."
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Which is why I firmly believe that a penny saved is a penny earned.
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Next question.