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Small Business Owners Can Now Use Their Smartphones as Virtual ATM Cards

Convenience and security are two big reasons that banks believe consumers will embrace cardless ATM cash access this year.

Big Christopher in Riga, Latvia

The legend of Lielais Kristaps (Big Christopher in English) is intrinsically bound to the history of the Latvian capital city of Riga. In the third century, a kind-hearted giant originally named Offero resided in a cave on the banks of the Daugara River and would carry travelers across its raging waters. Show More Summary

Orange County employee pension fund alleges big banks are costing retirees money

Three major public pension funds, including the Orange County Employees Retirement System, have sued a half-dozen Wall Street banks, alleging they illegally conspired to control a corner of the stock market, leading to higher charges for the funds and thus less money for retirees. In a lawsuit...

Goldman Sachs has ascended to the top of a different kind of ranking — and it's poised for a big payoff (GS)

Wall Street banks care a lot about how they stack up against their rivals. At the top of their earnings statements, they tout where they placed in each line of business, and those rankings appear in every pitch book they hand out. These rankings typically measure fees for mergers and acquisitions advisory work, or equity and debt deal work. Show More Summary

The Big Bank and Me

I have a few accounts at Chase. I think they're also called JP Morgan. It's convenient for me because they seem to have branches everywhere, and if I need cash I can almost always find a Chase ATM.A month ago, I deposited a check for $1650. Show More Summary

Money Laundering Scandal at Australia’s Largest Bank Triggers Another Call for Ban of Cash

By Michael Shedlock – Ian Narev, the CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), the nation’s largest bank is set to step down amid money laundering charges. Money laundering is big business in Australia because regulations do not....

How to pick a good kids’ savings account

Best bet for savings is likely a credit union or online bank, which tend to charge fewer fees and offer higher interest rates than big banks.        

How the big banks are banking off FX stupidity

We all know that the majority of people don’t know FX (Foreign Exchange) so this topic should come as no surprise. (For those who haven't already, checkout Splitting Pennies for a quick guide on this topic) However, it’s important for...Show More Summary

The Moviegoer, Aug. 13-19

TCM Big Screen Classics Presents: “Bonnie and Clyde” 50th Anniversary Director Arthur Penn’s 1967 classic about notorious Depression-era bank robbers, lovers and killers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow stars Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty at their most beautiful, stylish and, incongruously, vulnerable....

Cryptocurrency surge stirs Bitcoin bubble fears

FEATURE: (Reuters) — Bitcoin and other “cryptocurrencies” are big money, virtually as big as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland combined. The price of a single bitcoin hit an all-time high of above $3,500 this week, dragging up the value of hundreds of newer, smaller digital rivals in its wake. Now some investors fear a […]

New ‘GOT’ Fan Theory: Cersei Lannister’s In Big Trouble With The Iron Bank

Despite the rout of her army, Cersei Lannister seems to hold all the cards. But this Game of Thrones fan theory sees trouble with the Iron Bank. The Great Sept of Baelor explosion from the Season 6 finale put her firmly in control of the Iron Throne. Show More Summary

Cersei’s Iron Bank Mistake Could Cost Her Big on ‘Game of Thrones’

Cersei Lannister is currently ruling over the Iron Throne on season 7 of 'Game of Thrones.' But could this Iron Bank mistake be her undoing? Cersei’s Iron Bank Mistake Could Cost Her Big on ‘Game of Thrones’ is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

Buoyant bitcoin stirs crypto-bubble fears

LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin and other "cryptocurrencies" are big money, virtually as big as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland combined.

Supply- and Demand-Side Factors in Global Banking

The post Supply- and Demand-Side Factors in Global Banking appeared first on The Big Picture.

Repurposing 101: How To Turn One Idea Into Multiple Pieces Of Content

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What if I told you that one big idea can supply the topics of all your marketing content for the next few months and that you don’t need to break the bank every time you need content created? I know it sounds like a pipe dream. After all, the top performing businesses in 2016 allocated [...]Show More Summary

Stocks slip amid U.S.-North Korea tensions; Disney drops nearly 4%

U.S. stocks closed slightly lower Wednesday, after being down further earlier in the day following a rare batch of earnings disappointments by Walt Disney and other big companies. Consumer-focused stocks, media companies and banks accounted for much of the market decline. They outweighed gains...

Small Business Loan Approvals Hit New Post-Recession High, Biz2Credit Reports

According to the Biz2Credit Lending Index July 2017 report, loan approvals at big banks are on the way up but what's happening at institutional lenders?

Overdraft fees cost Americans $15 billion last year

Overdraft fees have become big business for big banks. Last year banks and other financial institutions charged Americans $15 billion in penalties for accounts with non-sufficient funds, according to a report published on Friday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Show More Summary

One of the stock market's biggest opportunities is being ignored

Bank stocks are underperforming the broader market this year, and Goldman Sachs sees an intriguing opportunity for investment Much of the bullishness stems from the big increase in capital available to be returned to shareholders following...Show More Summary

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