Fintech Focus For July 29, 2020

Daily Perspective: Opportunities multiply as they are seized. - Art Of War

Fintech Movers: Startups like Atomic, Astra, and Canopy are already starting to build gateless, autonomous fintech products. When they arrive, the future of money will look very little like the past. - Forbes

  • TradeZero hits major milestones.
  • Enova will be acquiring OnDeck.
  • Goldman taps AI tech for Marcus.
  • ComplyAdvantage raises $50M.
  • Revolut launches price comparison.
  • Benzinga, Envestnet | Yodlee team.
  • JPM taps Marqeta for card program.
  • Tech partnerships vital to growth.
  • SESAMm accessible via Bloomberg.
  • Nubank buys firm behind Clojure.
  • Israel preps DLT securities lending.
  • Mastercard, Microsoft partner up.
  • Envestnet | MoneyGuide intro tool.
  • Mercado Libre eyes distribution hub.
  • Analysis: E-trading in fixed income.

Benzinga Global Fintech Awards Spotlight:

Every year Benzinga, a leading news and data platform, holds the Global Fintech Awards, a day of dealmaking, networking, and recognition in the financial technology space.

Ahead of the November 10, 2020 event, this newsletter will highlight one disruptive innovator working to create positive and diverse change in the financial services space.

Today's disruptive innovator is Lime Brokerage, a destination for trading, security dealing, and advisory services.

For a chance to make your mark on the future of innovation and be featured in this newsletter, check out our Global Fintech Awards!


Watch Out For This: Rising online engagement with Chinese coronavirus disinformation indicates a new front in the rapidly escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing, while a rise in attention to anti-vaccination and alternative medicine themes may undermine recent advances in vaccine development. - Predata

  • Mercedes kills off status symbols.
  • The Arctic’s last summers with ice.
  • Protections for plants on the rise.
  • Sweden’s fatalities drop to 2/day.
  • Defining market microstructure.
  • Preserving black history buildings.

Market Moving Headline: Wall Street closed lower on Tuesday as investors fretted about weakening consumer confidence, disappointing financial results and a smaller than hoped for coronavirus aid plan from U.S. Senate Republicans. - Reuters

  • OPEC faces dwindling demand.
  • Virus and FOMO fuel option bets.
  • Kolanovic on hedging portfolios.
  • McDonald’s sales suffer on virus.
  • Cold war to redirect energy flows.
  • Rising case count hits confidence.
  • Microsoft looks to hydrogen fuel.
  • 3M profit misses on virus impact.
  • Fed intros an extension in lending.
  • Goldman boosts gold price target.
  • Private auto insurers hold credits.
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