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[Update: It's working!] WhatsApp payments now showing for beta testers in India
Update 1: 2018/02/09 6:53am PST Payments are now working for some We've known for a while that WhatsApp has been prepping a built-in payment service for its users in India, and the beta version of
Crypto Fanboys Celebrate Surprising New Hero: A Washington Regulator
Meet #cryptodad, a top U.S. financial regulator who’s emerged as a cult hero for a crowd that’s often suspicious of government bureaucrats: digital coin enthusiasts.
Bank of Italy Revises GDP Growth Forecast Up
The Bank of Italy expects the nation’s economy to expand in 2018 at the same pace as last year since monetary policy “is working” and the ongoing reduction of economic slack has strengthened
Brexit Bulletin: Are We Nearly There Yet?
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Barclays Bank charged again by SFO over £2.2bn Qatar loan
Charges relating to emergency fundraising in 2008 follow case against parent company last year The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has charged Barclays for a second time over a $3bn (£2.2bn) loan the bank
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Lloyds becomes first FTSE 100 firm to set ethnic diversity target
Bank aims to have 8% of senior management from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background by 2020Lloyds Banking Group plans to raise the proportion of staff from black, Asian or minority ethnic
Zuma’s D-Day Nears as Ramaphosa Promises Power Transition
South African President Jacob Zuma’s fate is set to be sealed at a meeting of the top leadership of the ruling African National Congress called to conclude the transition to a new administration.
Ray Blanco: Pot Companies Can Bank, and Make You Bank!
This post Ray Blanco: Pot Companies Can Bank, and Make You Bank! appeared first on Daily Reckoning. A major decision in favor of the marijuana industry got buried in all the noise of last week's
How China Is Getting Serious About Financial Risk
China is getting real about dangers in its financial system.
JPMorgan Report: Crypto Could One Day Help Diversify Portfolios
Cryptocurrencies could one day help investors diversify their equity and bond portfolios, analysts for JPMorgan Chase wrote in a new report.
Barclays Bank charged over Qatari loan
Credits Leon Neal/Getty Images Alt Text Barclays headquarters is based in Canary Wharf, London Serious Fraud Office allege 2008 bailout money was used to provide ‘unlawful financial
South Africa's Central Bank Eyes JPMorgan Blockchain Tech
South Africa's central bank has launched a program that will trial JPMorgan's Quorum blockchain for interbank clearing and settlement.
Crypto Asset Lending Startup BlockFi Raises $1.55 Million
BlockFi, a startup that offers U.S. dollar loans to crypto-asset owners, has raised $1.55 million in capital from investors.
Spanish Party Weighs Tax Incentives to Lure Blockchain Firms
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s People’s Party is preparing legislation including possible tax breaks to attract companies using blockchain technology.
Philippines Banks to Use Visa's Blockchain Payments Platform
Five banks in the Philippines are teaming up to use Visa's blockchain-based payment system, according to a report.
Powell Seeks to Bury Era of Fed ‘Barons’
Jerome Powell is the first Federal Reserve chairman in more than a decade to have any background in the private sector. That could explain changes he’s implemented in his first weeks on the job.
The Real Brexit Battle Inside Theresa May’s Cabinet
The battle within Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cabinet over the shape of the Brexit trade deal they want to strike with the European Union is still raging -- but the front line has moved.
UK savings rates rise, but still lose out to cost of living
We pick short-term accounts and Isas that sould give you a return nearer the inflation rateInterest rates on savings accounts are finally starting to creep upwards, but savers are still losing more to
Military Maneuvers Prompt EU Tug of War Over Development Bank
As the European Union pushes for a new role in military matters, the bloc has thrust its development bank into the center of a policy struggle that reveals an old fissure over the very nature of the
New Greek Loans Prove Elusive as Talks Near on Post-Bailout Life
Greece is not expected to get its next slice of financial aid just yet, as a couple of key reforms linked to the bailout loans remain outstanding, according to a report obtained by Bloomberg. The