Tagged: consumer spending

Fintech Firm Affirm Partners with Shopify to Offer Buy Now, Pay Later Installment Plans for Merchants

Affirm,  a point of sale credit provider that is currently working with over 2000 merchants, has teamed up with digital commerce marketplace, Shopify, to offer “Buy Now, Pay Later” installment options for merchants. Approved “Shop Pay” customers will have the option of splitting their total… Read More

Visa to Expand into Installment Payments Business, Currently Working with Partners ChargeAfter, Commerce Bank, Tsys

Payments giant Visa (NYSE: V) is reportedly set to enter the emerging installment payments sector. Visa’s management said the firm is currently working with several partners on various initiatives in the US. Installment payments, where consumers at the point-of-sale are able to pay off their… Read More

Digital Bank Current CEO Stuart Sopp Says Fintech Firm will Remain Focused on Spending, as Large Banks Already “Great” at Lending, Deposits

Stuart Sopp, founder and CEO at digital bank Current, says that the COVID-19 outbreak has shown how his company serves employees whose roles are considered essential during the global pandemic. Sopp told Banking Dive that his members’ addressable market has increased considerably in size and… Read More

Indian Digital Payments Platform Simpl Reports 30% Increase in Transactions Involving Purchase of Essentials, After COVID-19

India-based digital payments platform Simpl has reported a significant increase in transaction volume for online orders of daily essentials. The company claims there has been a 30-35% increase in the number of transactions involving the purchase of essential items. The change in consumer spending habits… Read More

Digital Bank N26 Reveals that Americans Are Saving About $220 per Month Due to Isolation Measures Following COVID-19 Outbreak

N26 Inc., the US-based subsidiary of digital bank N26 GmbH, one of the fastest-growing mobile-based banks in Europe, has published its global and US-specific research report, which reveals the impact that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had on the neobank’s finances. The all-digital bank reportedly… Read More

COVID-19: US Consumer Sentiment in March 2020 Experienced 4th Largest Monthly Decline in Almost Five Decades

The Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index (MSCI), a monthly telephonic survey that aims to capture and assess the sentiment of US-based consumers, recorded the fourth-biggest monthly decline in almost five decades driven by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The MSCI is used by investors as a way… Read More

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