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As payment networks expand, you can buy more than burgers with Venmo
Los Angeles Times • James Rufus Koren
Wells Fargo rolls out card-free access at all of its ATMs
Washington Post • Jonnelle Marte
'Bathroom bill' to cost N Carolina $3.76B
CNBC
Caught Between JPMorgan and Wal-Mart, Congress Avoids Fee Rule
Bloomberg • Elizabeth Dexheimer
Morgan Stanley ups European earnings forecasts, says financials in 'sweet spot'
Reuters
BRIEF-Old Mutual sells minority stake in U.S. fund arm to China's HNA
Reuters
Foreign investors to the rescue as inflows help fund India deficit
The Economic Times of India • Anirban Nag
Outflow Boundary
Seeking Alpha • Macronomics
NFL owners likely to approve Raiders' move to Las Vegas on Monday
Chicago Tribune • Mark Maske
Raiders' move to Las Vegas appears to be in the cards
Los Angeles Times • Dan Woike, Gary Klein, Sam Farmer
 
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As payment networks expand, you can buy more than burgers with Venmo
Los Angeles TimesJames Rufus Koren
Mobile payment apps are easy ways for people to send money to each other — digital replacements for the cash used to pay back a friend for beers or the $50 birthday check to your granddaughter. But some peer-to-peer, or p2p, payment...
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Bank of America, Finance
Wells Fargo rolls out card-free access at all of its ATMs
Washington PostJonnelle Marte
Wells Fargo has upgraded all 13,000 of its ATMs to allow customers to access their funds using their cellphones instead of traditional bank cards. (Patrick Sison/Associated Press) You’re all set! See all newsletters
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Bank of America, Economic Policy
'Bathroom bill' to cost N Carolina $3.76B
CNBC
Despite Republican assurances that North Carolina's "bathroom bill" isn't hurting the economy, the law limiting LGBT protections will cost the state more than $3.76 billion in lost business over a dozen years, according to an Associated Press analysis. Over the past year,...
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Bank of America, Credit Cards
Caught Between JPMorgan and Wal-Mart, Congress Avoids Fee Rule
BloombergElizabeth Dexheimer
Congressional Republicans are eager to overhaul the Dodd-Frank financial law. One part, however, they wouldn’t mind putting off. That’s the provision that limits how much money debit-card companies are allowed to collect from each consumer sale. Generally speaking, banks are against the...
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Bank of America, Economic Policy
Morgan Stanley ups European earnings forecasts, says financials in 'sweet spot'
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - A stronger-than-anticipated economic recovery, the return of inflation and the region's financial sector in a "sweet spot" has spurred Morgan Stanley to lift its earnings forecasts and targets for European benchmark indexes.
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Bank of America, Finance
BRIEF-Old Mutual sells minority stake in U.S. fund arm to China's HNA
Reuters
Old Mutual Plc: * Old Mutual to sell stake in OMAM to HNA Capital US * Old Mutual Plc agrees to sell a minority stake in OMAM to HNA Capital US * Two-Step transaction for gross cash consideration of approximately $446 million...
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Bank of America, Economic Policy
Foreign investors to the rescue as inflows help fund India deficit
The Economic Times of IndiaAnirban Nag
Economists are betting that India has seen the back of the impact of its unprecedented cash ban, prompting foreigners to pour in investment that’s crucial to help bridge a widening current account deficit. Deutsche Bank AG estimates that foreign direct investment touched...
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Bank of America, Currencies
Outflow Boundary
Seeking AlphaMacronomics
"It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade." - Charles Dickens Watching with interest the inflows pouring into short term Investment...
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NFL owners likely to approve Raiders' move to Las Vegas on Monday
Chicago TribuneMark Maske
(John Locher / AP) There was strong sentiment as owners gathered at a Phoenix-area resort Sunday for the NFL's annual league meeting that the Raiders' proposed move from Oakland to Las Vegas is likely to be ratified in a vote tentatively scheduled...
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Raiders' move to Las Vegas appears to be in the cards
Los Angeles TimesDan Woike, Gary Klein, Sam Farmer
The league intends to vote as early as Monday on the Raiders’ proposal to relocate from Oakland to Las Vegas, and owners at the annual meetings are leaning in favor of giving the franchise the green light. People with knowledge of the...
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