Noticias de dinero

US credit card sector reshuffled

NEW YORK CITY: Capital One’s proposed merger with the US credit card specialist Discover has reshuffled the deck in a fast-growing sector in the United States, where cash is gradually disappearing from the landscape. The all-stock deal is worth around $35.3 billion and is expected to close in late 2024 or early 2025. The deal,

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Deportes

If a blue card could work for football, where else might it work?

Fever pitch! Football associations are considering testing a new blue card to deal with indiscipline and offences during matches. ADVERTISEMENT Sacré blue! The International Football Association Board (Ifab) are going to trial adding a new card aimed at tackling badly behaved players. The new blue card will force players to spend 10 minutes in the

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Entretenimiento

Meesho’s valuation slashed again; PB Fintech Q3 report card

Fidelity Investments delivered another valuation blow to ecommerce platform Meesho, reducing its fair value to around $3.2 billion in their latest portfolio update. This and more in today’s ETtech Top 5. Also in this letter:■ Sebi’s action against Growpital■ Neuralink implants brain chip in first human■ The fate of US H-1B visa Fidelity further marks

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Noticias de dinero

Medicare rolls out brand new card to mark 40th birthday

A small change is coming to Medicare cards this year as Australia’s universal health system celebrates a major milestone. The commemorative design, largely similar to the existing design, will mark Medicare’s 40th anniversary and will be featured on all cards printed until the end of the year. Health Minister Mark Butler described it as a

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Noticias de dinero

Credit card receivables up 48% in 2023 – RCBC

RIZAL Commercial Banking Corp.’s (RCBC) credit card receivables rose to P74.7 billion in December last year, up 48 percent from the P50.4 billion a year earlier. In a statement on Friday, the bank attributed the growth to a 45-percent surge in credit card spending, reaching P139.4 billion from P96.3 billion in 2022, along with the

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