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Banca IFIS buys from Barclays a performing and non-performing loan portfolio with a face value of about 190 million euro

Mestre (Venice), 26 May 2017 - Banca IFIS has finalized an agreement for the purchase of a loan portfolio having a nominal value of about *190 million euro* from Barclays. The portfolio consists..
GlobeNewswire

Bajaj Finserv Reduces Home Loan Interest Rate to 8.50 Percent in its Special Offer

*Business Wire India*Bajaj Finserv, India's most diversified financial company, through its lending arm Bajaj Finance, is offering home loans at just 8.50% for a limited period. The special offer is..
Business Wire India

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News video: Colorado Joins Huge Settlement With Target

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Hackers got access to customers' personal information and credit cards back in 2013.
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News video: What D.C. police say happened the day Seth Rich was killed

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The Post's Keith L. Alexander shares what the D.C. police investigation has found into the murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.
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News video: Target Sets Record For Largest Settlement Ever For A Data Breach

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Target set a record for the largest ever settlement for a data breach. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.
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News video: Elaborate yearbook photo trend is sweeping the U.S.

Elaborate yearbook photo trend is sweeping the U.S. 02:05

Elaborate yearbook photos are the trend in 35 states. Kids bring their personalities to the table, and parents bring their credit cards. Mark Strassmann reports.
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News video: Household debt reaches record high, topping pre-recession peak

Household debt reaches record high, topping pre-recession peak 00:39

American households have returned to peak debt since 2008, according to new data. Americans currently owe $12.73 trillion of household debt, including mortgages, loans, credit cards, and student loans...
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Conquer fear of credit cards now, reap benefits later

Young adults who are afraid of credit cards usually think only of the risks, rather than the role they play in establishing credit, consumer credit experts say. That can hold them back from building..
Newsday

Starting a new chapter: Amazon opens first New York bookshop

starting a new chapter: amazon opens first new york bookshop
Amazon, it's fair to say, is a pretty big thing in the world of online shopping. But it hasn't made much of a foray into physical shops, and you may well ask why it'd need to with such booming..
City A.M.

Borrowing on credit cards is up again

borrowing on credit cards is up again
Industry figures published yesterday by the British Bankers' Association showed credit debt grew by £652million last month, taking the amount owed to just under £63billion.
MailOnline

Mortgage approvals slip in April as consumer spending gets spring boost

mortgage approvals slip in april as consumer spending gets spring boost
Mortgage approvals in April were slightly down on the monthly average of 41,959 over the previous six months, latest figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA) out today..
City A.M.

Police release CCTV of men they want to speak to after four...

police release cctv of men they want to speak to after four...
CCTV footage of two men police would like to speak to in connection with four cars being broken into in Littleover has been released.Four separate break-ins were reported in Serina Avenue, Rowley Lane..
Derby Telegraph

Best debit and credit cards for overseas spending

best debit and credit cards for overseas spending
A holiday is costly enough without the added horror of returning home to find your bank statement littered with extra fees and charges after using your card overseas.
MailOnline

Exeter Tesco man denies getting job by fraud

exeter tesco man denies getting job by fraud
A former Tesco employee has appeared on court accused of getting his job by false pretences. Michael Johnson, aged 41, of Codrington Street, Exeter, denied four counts of fraud when he appeared at..
Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressWestern Morning NewsExeter Express and Echo

Chart of the week: British shoppers get out the credit cards

Ultra-low interest rates mean that people are Britain are turning back to their credit cards, and shopping with money they don't have. The post Chart of the week: British shoppers get out the credit..
MoneyWeek

DrnkPay app blocks credit cards if you've had too much to drink

A new mobile app is promising to help users avoid drunken late night impulse spending by linking cre...
Finextra

Top credit cards for spending, holidays or rewards

top credit cards for spending, holidays or rewards
If used correctly, credit cards can help you get something back or spread the cost of things that you are spend on - but make sure that you use them wisely.
MailOnline

UMT Acquires Majority In PEACHES Mobile GmbH And Expands Its Own Value Chain With Prelado

Wednesday 10 May, 2017UMT United Mobility Technology AG has acquired 51 percent of PEACHES Mobile GmbH based in Wiesbaden as part of a cash and stock transaction with UMT shares. The focus of this..
Pressat

Didi Chuxing reintroduces English-language ride app in China

International credit cards return as part of rideshare service’s global strategy
FT.com

Will the house of 0% credit cards come crashing down?

will the house of 0% credit cards come crashing down?
The credit card arms race means that the longest 0% deal now stretches to 43 months. This has all been a brilliant wheeze, but there are now signs the tide is turning. So what will happen next?
MailOnline

Mortgage debt of the over-65s to double by 2030

mortgage debt of the over-65s to double by 2030
Last night one UK politician described the problem as a 'ticking time bomb', with the amount owed on credit cards and personal loans also soaring at the fastest pace in more than a decade.
MailOnline

Bankers warn interest-free credit cards are a ‘ticking time bomb’ 

Situation could lead to the kind of revenue scandal that hit supermarket Tesco
FT.com

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