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The companies invested in a fund, named for Knight of the Round Table, backing loans originated through their partnership.
Fintech has created a host of start-ups intent on stealing market share from old-school banks, but there are plenty of obstacles ahead.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen struck a generally positive tone on the U.S. economy — despite Friday's weak jobs report.
Fintech companies want a less-regulated environment to test new consumer products before they come to market.
If Fed Chair Janet Yellen has her way, there likely will be two rate hikes this year, contrary to current market expectations.
It's a "fair assessment" that the chances of a June rate hike are now much lower, the St. Louis Fed's James Bullard said in an interview.
Another fintech start-up has run in to trouble. Online lender Vouch Financial is shutting down, reports said.
Sick of your multimillion-dollar home? You could tear it down, as hedge fund manager Steve Cohen did, according to the NY Post.
Start-ups have been given an opportunity with borrowers who have poor credit thanks to federal rules.
The "Fast Money" tradersshare the moves they'd make on Monday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Investors will be looking for signals from the Fed chair about the U.S. central bank's next rate move after shockingly weak payroll data.
Last month's poor employment report might give the Federal Reserve pause, says Boston Fed President.
The numbers show Goldman Sachs is attracting far more would-be bankers than they could ever employ, the Financial Times reports.
The Federal Reserve has its hands tied when it comes to conducting monetary policy, according to Saxo Bank's Steen Jakobsen.
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