first_img Donald Trump says US will hit Mexico with tariffs on all goods Donald Trump said Thursday he planned to impose a 5 percent tariff on all imported goods from Mexico beginning June 10, a tax that he said would “gradually increase” until Mexico stopped the flow of undocumented immigrants. (NYT)Written by Annie Karni and Ana Swanson Related News “Tariffs will permanently remain at the 25% level unless and until Mexico substantially stops the illegal inflow of aliens coming through its territory,” the statement said.Trump’s announcement came the same day his administration told Congress it planned to seek congressional approval of the new trade pact with Mexico and Canada, known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.The president has used the threat of tariffs to try to pressure foreign leaders into taking a wide array of actions, from renegotiating trade deals to limiting the amount of metal or cars they ship to the United States.In April, he threatened to place a 25% tariff on Mexican cars if the country would not take action to stem the flow of migrants through the southern border, walking back a promise he had made in the revised North American trade agreement to exempt Mexico from such a measure. Post Comment(s) The president has told his advisers that he likes tariffs because they can be done immediately and unilaterally. But tariffs are typically used to counter trade-related violations.It is not clear what legal authority the president would use to issue levies on Mexican immigration. If the administration followed through on such an action, it would likely face serious legal challenges. Advertising President Donald Trump said Thursday he planned to impose a 5 per cent tariff on all imported goods from Mexico beginning June 10, a tax that he said would “gradually increase” until Mexico stopped the flow of unauthorized immigrants across the border.The announcement, which Trump hinted at Thursday morning and announced on his Twitter feed, said the tariffs would be in place “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP.”In a presidential statement that followed Trump’s tweet, he said tariffs would be raised to 10% on July 1 “if the crisis persists,” and then by another 5% each month for three months. By New York Times |Washington | Published: May 31, 2019 7:26:29 am US House rejects Saudi weapons sales; Trump to veto center_img Chandrayaan-2 gets new launch date days after being called off Best Of Express P Rajagopal, Saravana Bhavan founder sentenced to life for murder, dies Ayodhya dispute: Mediation to continue till July 31, SC hearing likely from August 2 Hold the applause until Hafiz Saeed is convicted: US committee to Donald Trump Trump secures billion dollar deal to eradicate AIDS from US in a decade Advertisinglast_img

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first_img Pioneer Field Agronomy Update 5/22/14 Listen to the complete report with Mary Gums on the agronomy page on this web site. Pioneer Field Agronomy Update 5/22/14  SHARE SHARE Hoosier Ag Today meteorologist Rob Wasson sees picture perfect weather expected over the weekend with sunny skies and seasonal temps, “Daytime highs will average in the middle 70s on Saturday and in the upper 70s by Sunday.  As we move into next week, farmers can look forward to partly cloudy skies on Monday and Tuesday.” He added the extended two week forecast calls for seasonal temperatures and rainfall statewide. Facebook Twitter She said soybean emergence is going well in the northern areas, but heavy rains this week in the central and southern areas may be a different story, “Soybean emergence has been good with very little ponding and soil crusting in northern areas but in areas with heavy rains this may be a problem.” Parts of Central and Southern Indiana saw hail and 2 inch plus rain totals this week. Gums says growers have about another week to get the crop planted before they should consider switching to a shorter season variety. Facebook Twitter Mary GumzThis weekend should bring warm and sunny conditions to the Hoosier State, just what our corn and soybean crops need.  After a May freeze and 2 plus inches of rain, the Indiana corn and soybean crop may finally get some good growing weather.  Mary Gums, agronomist with DuPont Pioneer, says the young crop is showing signs of stress, “I have seen some signs of frost damage, but these crops will recover since the growing point is still below ground.”  Gums expects to see significant crop condition improvement this weekend, “We have plenty of soil moisture; and, once we get the temperature up a little bit, the plants will start growing more actively. We begin to get more root development and it taps into that fertilizer band; we are going to see the crop take off.” Home News Feed Pioneer Field Agronomy Update 5/22/14 By Gary Truitt – May 22, 2014 Previous articleWarm Weather, Just What is NeededNext articleFair Oaks Breaks Ground on Pork Education Center Gary Truittlast_img

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first_imgSubscribe Tagged with: The Industry Pulse Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Filling More Vacancies Next: Bucking Stereotypes _______________________________________________________________________________________Melvin Watt, Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), recently announced Andre D. Galeano to Deputy Director of the Division of Federal Home Loan Bank Regulation. Prior to this position, Galeano served in various positions in the FHFA since 2002. Additionally, Galeano served as Associate Director of examinations for the FHLBanks, Associate Director of credit risk for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and Examiner-in-Charge of Fannie Mae._______________________________________________________________________________________ZVN Properties has recently announced the hiring of Kiyoshi D. Hunt as VP of Strategic Partnership. Hunt has over 23 years experience working in professional sales and management with local and national organizations over multiple business segments. Utilizing his “client first” approach, he has a proven track record of high level business development and service management, problem resolution skills, and is an expert in creating efficiencies and processes to assist clients in achieving their goals.  Hunt has worked in the REO industry since 2009, and has excelled in forming strategic partnerships. Prior to joining ZVN Properties, he has successfully created synergies among multiple companies in the REO industry to protect vacant properties by working with national property preservation companies, banks, and other organizations in the industry._______________________________________________________________________________________International Document Services, Inc. (IDS), a mortgage document preparation vendor, announced recently the promotion of former Manager of Development Beckie Santos to the newly created position of Manager of New Product Development. In her new role, Santos will leverage her development experience to work closely with the IDS development team as well as operations, quality assurance, and compliance to help shape and guide future solutions. Santos joined IDS in 2004 as a developer. During her tenure in development, she became known as a go-to developer for difficult projects. In 2010, Santos was promoted to Manager of Development. In her new position, Santos will also oversee the global integrity of IDS systems. She will further work to make certain that releases run smoothly, coordinating with both customer support and development to certify that all updates are clean and efficient._______________________________________________________________________________________ClosingCorp, recently announced that Springboard Home Loans, a not-for-profit mortgage lender working to expand homeownership, has begun using its SmartFees solution, an automated fee solution that delivers real-time closing cost data from more than 20,000 individual service providers. With this move, Springboard will now be able to expedite Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure production through its integration with ClosingCorp and Ellie Mae’s mortgage management solution, Encompass. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Flagstar Bank recently announced the addition of Kristy Fercho, who was previously SVO and Customer Delivery Executive for Fannie Mae, to lead Flagstar’s Mortgage Business. In 2016 alone, Flagstar originated $32 billion in home loans. Fercho spent 15 years with Fannie Mae, originally as the VP of human resources responsible for the company’s people strategy, talent acquisition, and cultural transformation. Since then, she served in customer management roles and oversaw mortgage production of almost 2,000 lenders. As of late, she managed customer delivery strategy and business performance of all Western U.S. customers, delivering single-family home loans to the agency. She is a mortgage industry veteran with knowledge in mortgage originations, servicing, fulfillment, risk management, and regulation. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News About Author: Brianna Gilpin The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Which companies are merging, and what professionals are moving? 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