As expected, fees and points for wholesale and corespondent
production were lower than those for retail channels, averaging 37 and 21 basis points, respectively.
For the first quarter of 2000, broker and retail originations and corespondent
purchases represented 60%, 25% and 15% of total production, respectively.
Byline: Examiner News Corespondent
GENEVA, March 2, 2014 (TAP corespondent
SEIF MATOUSSI)- Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki arrived, Sunday afternoon in Geneva, Switzerland, to attend the 25th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council whose works will start, on Monday, and will run until March 28.
The one-time ITN foreign corespondent
and newscaster has just published his sixth book - a full-length biography of Beethoven which portrays the musical genius as, first and foremost, a human being.
Tensiunea acumulata din cauza populatiei care se vede nevoita sa protesteze si a presei care este mereu pregatita sa culeaga si sa suprinda nu numai realitatea, dar si picanteriile, isi au un corespondent
evident in violenta si vulgaritatea politicienilor.
Mr Foote-Wood was an Evening Gazette corespondent
for over 20 years providing reports on Northern League football, swimming and other sports.
He was horrified at the prospect of his daughter being named as corespondent
at Day-Lewis's divorce hearings, and equally horrified at the prospect of her marriage to, as he saw it, a penniless poet.
Guto, who was until recently in Rome as the BBC news corespondent
, looks at the history of the papacy in this Opus TF produced documentary.
Sir, - Your provocative headline (Israel to blame for lack of peace) gives tacit credence to the crass distortions and untruths propagated once again by your corespondent
This will reduce distribution time and will be especially beneficial to corespondent
banks and banks with remote sites.
This and the following half-dozen recipes come from Cheers' constant corespondent
, Bill Davis, bartender at Scooters in Lititz, PA.