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American Express Reports Q2 Revenue Of $10.2 Bln
American Express Company is an integrated payments company. The Company provides its customers with access to products, insights and experiences that builds business. It provides credit and charge cards to consumers, small businesses, mid-sized companies and corporations around the world. Its various products and services are sold to diverse customer groups through various channels, including mobile and online applications, affiliate marketing, customer referral programs, third-party vendors and business partners, direct mail, telephone, in-house sales teams and direct response advertising. It is engaged in businesses comprising three reportable operating segments: Global Consumer Services Group (GCSG), Global Commercial Services (GCS) and Global Merchant and Network Services (GMNS). It operates a payments network through which it maintains relationships with third-party banks and other institutions.
Consumer Financial Services
200 Vesey St Fl 50
NEW YORK, NY
Stephen J. Squeri
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Jeffrey C. Campbell
Chief Financial Officer
Douglas E. Buckminster
Group President, Global Consumer Services Group
Anna E. Marrs
President - Global Commercial Services
President, Global Services Group
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American Express Co on Thursday again delayed a return to the office for its U.S. employees due to the fast-spreading Delta variant, setting Jan. 24 as the target date at the earliest.
American Express Co has postponed a full return of employees to its offices in the United States until at least Oct. 11 due to the rapid spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
American Express Co's second-quarter profit blew past analysts' estimates on Friday, driven by a recovery in global consumer spending, especially on travel, as more people ventured out after the rollout of vaccines.
American Express Co beat estimates for second-quarter profit on Friday as increased consumer spending and an improving economy prompted it to release more funds from its loan-loss reserves.
* Indian banks seen facing the heat as Mastercard is big player (Adds Citibank comment in paragraph 20)
India's decision to ban Mastercard Inc for non-compliance with data storage rules has unsettled the country's financial sector as it will disrupt banks' card offerings and hit revenues, payments and banking industry executives told Reuters.
American Express Co said on Friday travel and entertainment-related spending on its cards halved in the first quarter as customers stayed at home during the COVID-19 crisis, overshadowing its better-than-expected profit.
American Express Co exceeded quarterly profit estimates on Friday as it released more than $1 billion worth of funds it had set aside to cover potential coronavirus loan losses.
American Express Co said on Tuesday not all of its employees would likely return to office.
Federal investigators began probing American Express Co's small business and consumer cards sales practices in January, the company disclosed on Friday.
American Express Co said on Tuesday it expects an uptick in holiday travel this summer, but not business travel, as it seeks to recover from a year which dented airline traffic and hotel bookings, knocking 15% off its bottom line.
American Express Co posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday as higher online spending cushioned a slump in demand for travel and entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal investigators are probing business-card sales practices at American Express Co, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. (https://on.wsj.com/3oqlUMK)
American Express Co <AXP.N> said on Thursday it was investing $1 billion to advance racial and gender equality, the latest in a line of U.S. companies pledging to promote social justice after a series of race-related protests earlier in the year.
American Express Co on Friday warned that business travel spending would not pick up before early 2022 after reporting underwhelming third-quarter profit due to weak spending on travel and entertainment by its card users.
Credit card issuer American Express Co reported a nearly 40% slump in quarterly profit on Friday, hurt by lower spending by its users, while it also set aside $665 million for potential defaults.
American Express <AXP.N> said on Monday it would buy fintech lender and platform Kabbage in a move aimed at bolstering its cash management offering to small businesses.
American Express Co <AXP.N> is in advanced discussions to buy online small-business lender Kabbage Inc in an all-cash deal, Bloomberg News reported https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-08-10/amex-said-to-be-in-advanced-talks-to-buy-softbank-backed-kabbage?sref=vEQJzSks...
British Airways-owner International Airlines Group <ICAG.L> said American Express would pay it 750 million pounds ($955 million) to renew their partnership, providing a welcome boost to the airline's finances at a time when it is burning through cash.
China's central bank has given the final nod to a network clearing license for an American Express <AXP.N> joint venture, allowing it to be the first foreign credit card company to launch onshore operations in China.
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