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Fintech Focus For September 8, 2020


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Quote Of The Day: People love watching fire burn. - Disclosure

Fintech Movers: While challengers might not be making a similar profit in comparison to big banks, it must be noted that large institutions are reportedly seeing their revenues slashed as a result of the emergence of neobanks. - Finextra

  • How Infor drives enterprise efficiency.
  • IHS, Tokyo Exchange combined data.
  • Starling revamped charging structure.
  • Visa, NovoPayment launch platform.
  • Wisr intros a secured vehicle product.
  • Mastercard, QDB team on innovation.
  • DXtrade platform adds FXStreet data.
  • ASX DataSphere accessibility grows.
  • SushiSwap transfers project control.
  • Trumid transforms tech, eyes growth.
  • ICE completed purchase of Ellie Mae.

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Watch For This: Silicon Valley tech companies like Facebook and Google have begun departing from the traditional style of campus designs, often closed off from the general public. - CNBC

  • Unit economics and raising VC funds.
  • 20% of Deutsche Bank staff to return.
  • Tesla fan creates a Cybertruck clone.
  • UK hopes to grow home affordability.
  • China delays visas for US journalists.


Market Moving Headline: Whether this sell-off is nothing more than a short-term inventory correction, the presence of additional poor structure below us, coupled with a mixed fundamental picture, suggests there may be more downside in play. That said, heavily-weighted index constituents are in an uptrend, while major market indices are in a short gamma, high-volatility environment. - Benzinga

  • Taiwan and US forge 5G supply chain.
  • China affirms tech deal approval rights.
  • Tesla production growth is exponential.
  • Japan’s economy shrank last quarter.
  • Russian Q2 strong but concerns loom.
  • Fitch revised up global GDP projection.
  • China soybean imports at highest ever.
  • Oil stuck near monthly low on demand.
  • UK threatens to tear Brexit agreement.
  • Updated credit views on volatility risks.

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