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Post Should she try to get a loan?

My friend is having financial difficulties and asking if she should try to get a loan. Her credit history isn't very good and she's not sure if she will be able to obtain a loan and if this is a good idea.
She cast the chart below:

Looking at the chart I think she's doing okay at her job, however, Mercury is not making any aspect with either ruler of the 2nd house or ruler of the 8th house. Does this mean that it's not a good idea now to apply for a loan?
Sun and Moon are making a square to Node >> does this mean that it's not meant to be?
The ruler of the 8th house is Saturn which is in his ruling sign and is in the 8th house himself >> how should I interpret it?
Any input is much appreciated. Thank you.
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