Ginnie Mae’s debt bonds arise to a high final seen in 2016

The some-more than $44 billion in new Ginnie Mae mortgage-backed holds that came to marketplace in Jun noted a strongest month for a supervision bond insurer in some-more than dual years.
Issuance of single-family and multifamily holds total during Ginnie Mae also was roughly 20% aloft than Jun 2018, and some-more than 11% aloft on a uninterrupted month basis.

David Fincher will direct ‘Mank’ biopic for Netflix

David Fincher will be directing his first feature film since 2014, and he’s making it for Netflix .
The director of “Seven” and “The Social Network” already helped kick off Netflix’s original content boom by directing episodes of “House of Cards” and “Mindhunter.” In fact, the popularity of Fincher’s films on Netflix was famously one of the reasons the streamer’s executives felt comfortable spending hundreds of millions of dollars on “House of Cards.”

Around 2,400 antique firearms from the J.M. Davis collection will be sold without reserve July 26-28 in Claremore, Okla.

Stevens 1880s-era tip-up, heavy-barrel, black powder, .22 caliber long rifle engraved, “From Buffalo Bill to Night-Hawk & Broncho Bill”, with a historical photo of Buffalo Bill and Dr. D. Frank Powell, a.k.a. “Night-Hawk” and Buffalo Bill’s business partn

Browning falling block, single-shot rifle, SN# 127, made in Ogden, Utah, sold as a prototype in 1893 to Thomas Bennett, VP and GM of Winchester, excellent condition (est. $12,000-$18,000).

Report: WarnerMedia Won’t Touch DC Universe Despite Launch of New Streaming Service HBO Max

From the moment it was announced, WarnerMedia’s pursuit to create its own streaming service had many worried about the future of DC Universe. In a new twist, a report seems to allay fears the under-pressure app is going away.
The Hollywood Reporter is saying DC Universe, as well as other streaming services under the Warner umbrella including CW Seed, “will remain as-is” while emphasizing that could change.

Giraldi: Did Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Work For Mossad?

Authored by Philip Giraldi via The American Herald Tribune,
The extent of Israeli spying directed against the United States is a huge story that is only rarely addressed in the mainstream media.
The Jewish state regularly tops the list for ostensibly friendly countries that aggressively conduct espionage against the U.S. and Jewish American Jonathan Pollard, who was imprisoned in 1987 for spying for Israel, is now regarded as the most damaging spy in the history of the United States.


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