Visa Allocates Investment in Fintech Company Deserve

Fintech company Deserve announced on Wednesday that it had received a strategic investment from Visa (NYSE: V), the payments giant, to expand its credit-card-as-a-service for financial institutions, fintechs, and brands. According to the press release, Visa joins other investors like Mission Holdings, Mastercard, Ally Ventures, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and Sallie Mae to bolster Deserve’s offerings.
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Earn 20-30% more Velocity Points on credit card transfers from Nov1

Virgin Australia’s highly anticipated Points transfer bonus promotion is back from November 1 – perfect timing for the return of Velocity Points redemption on international partner airlines. Converting your credit card’s own rewards points to Velocity Points will net you an additional 20-30% worth of points, depending on which card...
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China’s GDP falls short of expectation amid property crisis, power shortage

In the third quarter, China’s economy grew at its weakest pace in a year, hampered by power shortages and real estate wobbles, illustrating the struggle facing officials as they try to shore up a sagging recovery while reining in the real estate sector. The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) ban on...

Junction 2’s 2022 line-up has just been revealed

London’s two-day festival, Junction 2, has just revealed its full line-up for the postponed event, moved to June of next year. Unveiling the artists slated to play next year’s edition today on Instagram, Junction 2 have added Four Tet, Anz, Skee Mask, Ben Klock, Blawan, Octo Octa b2b Eris Drew, and more to its endless list.

Channel 10 executive admits the network has a 'no diversity, no commission' policy - as they defend queer and Indigenous Bachelorette season despite disastrous ratings

The latest season of The Bachelorette has tanked in the ratings, even though it is the most diverse and inclusive season in the franchise's history. But despite the poor viewing figures, executives at Channel 10's parent company are standing by their editorial decision to prioritise inclusivity at all costs. Jarrod...

Confidence Man Signs With I OH YOU, Books a ‘Holiday’

After COVID-19, lockdowns, and some rotten luck, Confidence Man is stepping out with a new record deal, and fresh tunes. Announced Wednesday (Oct. 27), the Australian indie electronic act signs with I OH YOU, the red-hot label whose roster includes DMA’S, Jack River, Violent Soho and DZ Deathrays. “We feel...

Daily U.S. Session Watchlist: EUR/GBP

I’ve got this simple break-and-retest setup on the short-term chart of EURGBP. Before moving on, ICYMI, today’s Asia-London session watchlist looked at a bullish divergence and pullback on EUR/AUD ahead of Australia’s quarterly CPI. Be sure to check out if it’s still a valid play!. And now for the headlines...

Disguise Expands Hasbro in LATAM, ANZ 

Disguise has announced an amendment to its licensing agreement with Hasbro/eOne, expanding its international rights into countries in Latin America as well as Australia and New Zealand. . In a partnership that started this year, Disguise is designing, marketing, manufacturing and distributing costumes and costume accessories in these territories for the...

Toys “R” Us to return to UK as agreed in digital and physical retail deal

Parent company Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us have entered into a long-term licensing agreement with a partner that will re-introduce the chain in the UK in 2022. There is a plan for online sales to UK buyers to start within the next few months. The companies involved have not given details on when the stores will open here, but a joint statement said Toys “R” Us ANZ has the license agreement to manage “digital and physical retail.” for the UK brand.
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Consumers brace for higher prices as inflation pressures grow

Households are preparing for an acceleration in prices that could eat into their standard of living and force the Reserve Bank to re-think its plan to keep interest rates at ultra-low levels for the next three years. An ANZ-Roy Morgan survey on Tuesday showed a jump in consumers’ inflation expectations...

Businesses expect economy to get worse - ANZ survey

Businesses remain upbeat about their outlook despite lockdown restrictions and surging inflation. ANZ Bank’s monthly survey of sentiment shows companies are more confident about their own outlook but more pessimistic about the broader economy. The measure of business confidence about their own outlook increased to a net 22 per cent...

Toys“R”Us (ASX:TOY) all set to expand in the UK

Toys“R”Us is looking forward to engaging with the many loyal Toys“R” Us former customers and fans in the UK. The Company has a vibrant business with more than 900 stores and e-commerce sites across 25+ countries generating over US$2 billion a year in sales and growing, especially with the new launches underway for both the US and UK markets.

ASX slips after inflation stays elevated

Investors have pulled the Australian share market lower after another high inflation count. The market went from being slightly higher to a little lower on Wednesday at 1200 AEDT soon after the September quarter inflation data. Inflation grew by 0.8 per cent, largely driven by the rising cost of new...

Asia stocks catch Wall St cheer but China caps gains

HONG KONG, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Asian stocks inched higher on Tuesday, as upbeat Wall Street earnings lifted the broader economic outlook though fresh worries about China's property sector hit Hong Kong and mainland markets. Japan's benchmark Nikkei average (.N225) opened up 1.14% on Tuesday, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 (.AXJO)...