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With the growing adoption of electronic payments in emerging markets, global issuance of payment cards is projected to grow 36% to 18.3 billion during 2011-2016.
Square examined its transaction data and polled its small businesses to see what they thought their customers' views on cash and card are.
Now it's time to check out three tech stocks that came through our screen today that growth investors might want to consider buying right now.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Global Payments, WEX, FleetCor Technologies and Cardtronics
Top Credit Card Companies: Recent Institutional Activity(Continued from Prior Part)Top investorsSix of the top ten institutional investors in American Express (AXP) reduced their holdings in the stock in the first quarter. Collectively, the top ten
Top Credit Card Companies: Recent Institutional Activity(Continued from Prior Part)Top investorsTogether, the top ten investors in MasterCard (MA) added 0.7 million shares to their positions in the first quarter. Five of the ten investors reduced
We hear about Prudential’s financial wellness initiatives and take a look at what went wrong with one of our favorite fintech companies.
Investments in products and platform, long-lasting relationship with Walmart and a strong cash generation capacity bode well for Green Dot.
Consistent strong operating performance, solid balance sheet, accretion from acquisitions have aided the stock of Global Payments (GPN).
Digital transformation strategies and expansion of clinical-related services ensure long-term sustainable growth for MAXIMUS (MMS). Acquisitions act as another key growth catalyst.
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)PayPal secures provisional clearance for iZettle transaction in the United KingdomThe United Kingdom’s antitrust regulator recently provisionally cleared PayPal’s
Aptiv (APTV) is investing in advanced technology to make the most of the lucrative opportunities offered by the rapidly evolving automotive sector.
Why PayPal Invested in Happy Returns, Uber, and Others(Continued from Prior Part)PayPal launches OneTouch as Amazon adds peer-to-peer paymentThe race to dominate India’s fast-growing digital payment market is heating up, and PayPal (PYPL) and
Nigel Farage has accused Britain’s electoral watchdog of being part of “an establishment stitch-up” as it prepares to scrutinise the finances of the Brexit party to ensure it is meeting legal requirements for small donations made through its website. The Electoral Commission, an official body that oversees UK electoral law, has announced it will visit the Brexit party’s offices on Tuesday to ensure it is meeting its legal responsibilities. The Eurosceptic group, headed by Mr Farage, is expected to come first in this week’s European Parliament elections, but it is facing questions over a lack of transparency regarding its finances.