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Fintech Focus For October 2, 2020

Renato Capelj
·3 mins read
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Quote Of The Day: I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up, this diminishes fear. - Rosa Parks

Fintech Movers: [T]he number of buy-side firms that execute less than 20% of trades algorithmically, declined from 26% in 2017 to just 17% in 2020. Similarly, the number of firms executing 80% or more of their trades algorithmically declined from 201% to just 13% over the three-year period. - The Trade

  • StartEngine discusses a secondary market.

  • BaaS helps corporates monetize payments.

  • Brexit changes fuel demand for challengers.

  • CFTC and DOJ file charges against BitMEX.

  • ING shakes innovation office, development.

  • Mastercard eyes money management tools.

  • Visa’s crypto strategy is driving new growth.

  • JPM, LSE take top prizes in fintech awards.

  • Barclays, Citi invest in behavior biometrics.

  • Rocket Companies, Realtor.com partner up.

  • Harvest introduced a financial health index.

  • Bloomberg talks cloud technology adoption.

  • Talos announced launch of trading platform.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange suffers malfunctions.

  • Look at Britain’s rising digital banking stars.

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Market Moving Headline: Global banks are preparing for the possibility that there will be no clear victor on the night of the U.S. presidential election, a scenario that could spark days or weeks of chaos in global equities and fixed income markets, several bankers said. - Reuters

  • Moody’s downgraded New York City’s debt.

  • Portnoy slams Deutsche over analyst take.

  • Investors turn to Asia’s bonds, tech stocks.

  • Asian factories are showing mixed recovery.

  • Goldman, JPM join Citi in resuming job cuts.

  • New travel warnings like another lockdown.

  • Boeing moves production to South Carolina.

  • Auto suppliers start with leaner inventories.

  • US crude exports remain relatively resilient.

  • Whale bets resurfaced on big option trades.

  • Fed to extend curbs on big bank dividends.

  • New York port sets record container volume.

  • Home Depot, Tesla file suits on China tariffs.

  • Playboy returns to public markets via SPAC.

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