Financial Services

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Skyrocketing fraud in the UK will likely lead to repayment requirements. Banks want other firms to help.

The lender said “healthy spend levels” boosted Q2 earnings, in line with other issuers.

A new report shows they favor online and mobile messaging, but want a human for complex topics.

Fewer investment deals and declining profits could signal layoffs, but banks are holding off until they see how H2 2022 shapes up.

Stripe cut its internal valuation by 28%, but we look at why it’s still better off than other tech startups.

The US insurance industry will top $12 billion in digital ad spending this year, up 15.0% from 2021. Outlays will continue to increase by double-digit rates over the next couple of years, surpassing $15 billion in 2024.

The CFPB and OCC claim BoA’s faulty program automatically froze accounts, causing customers to miss out on deserved benefits.

JPMorgan, Citi, and Wells Fargo reported strong card spending in Q2, but inflation and recession fears made them pivot to a more defensive posture.

On today's episode, we discuss why the new Wells Fargo credit card is significant and the short- and long-term challenges of credit card companies. "In Other News," we talk about what to make of the market value free fall of buy now, pay later giant Klarna and why Meta is ending the pilot for Novi, the company's digital wallet. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts David Morris and Jaime Toplin.