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Her efforts capped a nearly 15-year period in which Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, made at least $35 million by giving 164 speeches to financial services, real estate and insurance companies after leaving the White House in 2001, according to an Associated Press analysis of public disclosure forms and records released by her campaign.
The last report also revealed that average monthly payment has remained relatively unchanged over the past year (from $404 in July 2010 to $407 in July 2011 for auto finance company-originated loans; and from $377 in July 2010 to $364 in July 2011 for bank and credit union-originated loans), clearly showing that the growth the industry is experiencing is tied to increases in number of loans rather than an increase in average loan amount.
Most residents have lost their investments as a result of the fold up of some micro finance companies in the region and a moratorium slapped on others has thrown a bigger blow on these people as some individuals have had to defer their courses in their respective educational institutions whereas others have had to fold up their businesses because they lack capital to invest in them.