U.S. bank helps customers affected by COVID-19

The U.S. bank is making immediate adjustments to specific consumer and small business services to reduce the financial impact for those affected by COVID-19. Among the changes, according to a press release, will include lower prices for simple and personal loans and lower interest rates for general business purposes. The temporary changes are expected to be in place until the end of March, but they could be extended depending on future health restrictions.

“We understand the financial pressure that many of our customers, consumers and businesses are facing due to the coronavirus and we are here to help,” Andy Cecere, president, president and CEO of US Bank said in a Twitter a message.

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