Staff at the Berlin-headquartered fintech company are due to hold votes on Thursday and Friday to elect a board for a works council.
Wirecard collapsed into insolvency in June after admitting 1.9 billion euros ($2.2 billion) of cash had gone missing from its balance sheet.
Visa's positioning in the e-commerce space has the potential to take its stock to new heights, and $200 is the level to watch, Ascent Wealth Partners' Todd Gordon says.
Todd Gordon of Ascent Wealth Partners lays out Visa's breakout potential via an options trade.
Revolut blamed the mounting losses on its investment in international expansion and new product offerings.
The app-based bank said it had seen lending activity spike thanks to the U.K. government's emergency coronavirus financing schemes.
Fintech companies in Asia saw their capital raise fall around 37% from $2.56 billion in the first quarter to $1.62 billion in the second, a CB Insights report said.
"We want to use our stock as currency and potentially acquire more fintech organizations and put them in the mold," said Rocket Companies' Dan Gilbert.
Mathew McDermott's appointment means the newest face of blockchain on Wall Street is a 46-year-old veteran of old-school financing markets.
PayPal, a pioneer in online payments, is on a tear, posting record quarterly results last month as the coronavirus pandemic accelerated e-commerce and digital payments trends.
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Mastercard, PayPal and Visa all reported earnings in recent days. One could be due for a pullback, said Miller Tabak's Matt Maley.
Monzo said disruption resulting from Covid-19 has led to "significant doubt" about its ability to continue "as a going concern."
The March 2019 government document cited the storing of 16-digit card numbers and other personal information such as customer names, account numbers and national identity numbers in "plain text" in some databases.
TransferWise employees and early investors sold some of their stakes in a $319 million secondary deal.
JPMorgan Chase is partnering with Marqeta to launch "virtual" credit cards that don't require waiting in the main for the plastic version.
ETF analysts share some ways U.S. investors can get in on Alipay parent Ant Group's upcoming dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
The pandemic has hastened the adoption of digital channels across industries as people avoid in-person interactions.
Robinhood has told U.K. customers that it will refocus its efforts on strengthening core business in the U.S.
Chinese fintech giant Ant Group has a "very strong position" in the payments and products space, and its improved earning power is likely to prompt Bernstein to revise its $210 billion valuation estimate higher than last year, says David Dai, a senior analyst.
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New Zealand is considering negative interest rates, as it grapples with the severe economic impact caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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U.S. stock futures retreated early Friday morning after the S&P 500 failed once again to reach its record high from February.