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American Express Co (AXP.N)

AXP.N on New York Stock Exchange

96.79USD
16 Feb 2018
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$0.23 (+0.24%)
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Thu, Feb 15 2018

BRIEF-American Express Reports Credit Card Stats for Jan

* AMERICAN EXPRESS-USCS CARD MEMBER LOANS 30 DAYS PAST DUE LOANS AS A % OF TOTAL 1.4 PERCENT AT JAN END VERSUS 1.3 PERCENT AT DEC END

BRIEF-American Express Says Berkshire Hathaway Amended Letter Agreement With Co ‍​

* AMERICAN EXPRESS CO - ON JAN 29, BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY AMENDED LETTER AGREEMENT WITH CO DATED FEB 27, 1995, AS AMENDED ON SEPT 8, 2000 ‍​

BRIEF-American Express Acquires Mezi

* AMERICAN EXPRESS CO - ‍GOING FORWARD, MEZI WILL OPERATE AS A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF AMERICAN EXPRESS​

Departing AmEx CEO Kenneth Chenault to join Airbnb board

Jan 25 Departing American Express Co Chief Executive Kenneth Chenault will become Airbnb Inc's first non-affiliated independent board director, the home rental service's CEO Brian Chesky said.

BRIEF-American Express Reports Q4 EPS Of $1.58 Excluding Items

* AMERICAN EXPRESS REPORTS QUARTERLY REVENUES UP 10 PERCENT WITH RECORD CARD MEMBER SPENDING

AmEx to post fourth-quarter loss on $2.4 billion hit from tax legislation

American Express Co said it expects to report a fourth-quarter loss due to a $2.4 billion hit from the tax legislation which makes it cheaper for U.S. companies to repatriate profits.

BRIEF-American Express Sees FY 2017 EPS To Be Below $5.80-$5.90 Guidance Range

* SAYS ‍ESTIMATE OVERALL IMPACTS OF TAX ACT WILL REDUCE EARNINGS FOR Q4 OF 2017 BY APPROXIMATELY $2.4 BILLION​

BRIEF-American Express reports card member loans stats for November

* AMERICAN EXPRESS-USCS CARD MEMBER LOANS NET WRITE-OFF RATE – PRINCIPAL ONLY 1.9 PERCENT AT NOV END VERSUS 1.8 PERCENT AT OCT END

BRIEF-American Express To Provide Additional Flexibility To Merchants By Eliminating Signature Requirements Worldwide

* AMERICAN EXPRESS TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FLEXIBILITY TO MERCHANTS BY ELIMINATING SIGNATURE REQUIREMENTS WORLDWIDE

Marriott signs co-brand credit card deal with JPMorgan, AmEx

Marriott International signed a deal with JPMorgan Chase and American Express to issue co-branded credit cards associated with its loyalty programs, the world's largest hotel chain said on Tuesday.

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