As excited as I am for the Lions to host the Minnesota Vikings Sunday in the season opener (1 p.m. ET on FOX), I’m even more excited to announce that Quicken Loans has entered a multi-year sponsorship with the Detroit Lions as we continue our commitment to Detroit.
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Over 1,200 Quicken Loans team mates showed up to help improve parts of north Detroit that needed a little love. The result was uplifting, exciting and more than anyone involved could have hoped for.
Quicken Loans has an amazing internship program. The interns – now a group of over 1,000 – work on every team to expand the influence of the company while simultaneously exploring their strengths and applying their talents. Keith Elder, the Director of Software Engineering at Quicken Loans, was so impressed with his intern, Waleed, that he composed a blog post to honor his hard work. It’s an inspiring read that highlights an incredible passion for Detroit and the value of working at QL.
Credit card perks come in all different shapes and sizes. Chances are you probably don’t know about all the different perks offered to you through your credit card. Read on to find out some of the lesser known perks that come with different cards as well as some of the most popular.
Overnight, 10-year notes rose for a third day as investors sought safer assets after two of Portugal’s ministers resigned from the government, reigniting concern the European debt crisis is worsening.
Weak manufacturing reports caused a slight rally and consequently a re-price for the better. Intraday volatility was caused by month end trades, however low volume kept the market steady. Treasuries rose for the second day amid speculation the Fed will announce today they are moving away from the tapering of bond purchases.
The ISM Manufacturing Index rose to 50.5 last month, up from 49 in May. A report reading 50 is the dividing line between growth and contraction. U.S. employers added 165,000 workers last month after hiring 175,000 in May.
Treasuries rose yesterday when the President of the Federal Reserve Bank claimed the central bank isn’t close to decreasing its balance sheet as officials have speculated.
Home prices rose faster from March to April than they ever have in the history of the index. The composite index of 20 metropolitan areas gained 2.6%, which included Detroit.
The bond market rallied this morning. Investors sought safer assets amid speculation a credit squeeze in China will slow growth in the world’s second-largest economy.