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Brexit is already spiteful UK fintech

BI Intelligence See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn some-more and subscribe, greatfully click here. The UK’s fintech attention has had some time to digest the implications of June’s Brexit vote, and its greeting so distant does not seem overly positive. At The …

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Black Friday in-store mobile wallet use was low (AAPL, PYPL)

BII See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Payments Briefing” subscribers. To learn some-more and subscribe, greatfully click here. Black Friday selling information shows that mobile wallets seem to be just a tiny fragment of all in-store payments, yet their role is flourishing on a yearly basis, according …

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Zenefits has some-more authorised problems on its hands

BI Intelligence See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn some-more and subscribe, greatfully click here. In what other insurtechs should take as a warning to safeguard their correspondence procedures are in order, US-based human resources and health advantages startup Zenefits has just settled with …

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Apple has won a pivotal feat in Australia (AAPL)

BII See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Payments Briefing” subscribers. To learn some-more and subscribe, greatfully click here. Apple gained a pivotal feat following a rough decision from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) against several of Australia’s largest banks, which are fighting to collectively negotiate …

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New fintech segments are rising as choice lenders regroup

BII See Also Alternative lenders have seen a thespian annulment of fortunes in the last 12 months, while payments firms have reached infancy and we are seeing augmenting converging in the market. At the same time, new segments are gaining investment and media courtesy — insurtechs, regtechs and robo-advisors in …

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GDP beats

Reuters The US economy grew by 3.2% in the third quarter, better than approaching and primarily reported, according to the second guess of sum domestic product expelled Tuesday.  Economists had foresee that the value of every thing produced and every service rendered during the entertain rose at a 3% annualized rate. Last …

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2017 will be a year of ‘economic nationalism’

Fitch says Trump’s election and the warn delight of Brexit is likely to lead to ‘economic nationalism.’ AP Photo/Charles Krupa Rating group Fitch expects 2017 to be a year of “economic nationalism,” with both Fitch and Deutsche Bank warning of the flourishing probability of a trade fight between the US …

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The 13 top paid sports teams in the world

Barcelona make the list — but in what position?Nick Potts EMPICS Sport Sports information and research website Sporting Intelligence recently expelled its annual Global Sports Salary Survey, looking at the top paid sports teams around the universe in 2016. The report looks at the “average first-team pay” for any club, which …

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