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Visa, Mastercard offer to cap tourist card fees to end EU probe

BRUSSELS Visa and Mastercard have offered to cap the fees charged on card payments made by tourists in the European Union to stave off fines and end an EU antitrust investigation.

UPDATE 3-Visa, Mastercard offer to cap tourist card fees to end EU probe

BRUSSELS, Dec 4 Visa and Mastercard have offered to cap the fees charged on card payments made by tourists in the European Union to stave off fines and end an EU antitrust investigation.

Mastercard to incur $650 million fourth-quarter charge for EU antitrust fine

BRUSSELS Mastercard will incur a $650 million charge in the fourth quarter of this year because of a substantial fine related to a second EU antitrust investigation, the world's second largest payments network operator said on Tuesday.

Mastercard to incur $650 million Q4 charge for EU antitrust fine

BRUSSELS, Dec 4 Mastercard will incur a $650 million charge in the fourth quarter of this year because of a substantial fine related to a second EU antitrust investigation, the world's second largest payments network operator said on Tuesday.

Mastercard sees EU antitrust cases resolved in first quarter of 2019

BRUSSELS Mastercard said on Tuesday it expected a resolution to two EU antitrust investigations in the first quarter of 2019.

Mastercard sees EU antitrust cases resolved in Q1 2019

BRUSSELS, Dec 4 Mastercard said on Tuesday it expected a resolution to two EU antitrust investigations in the first quarter of 2019.

Visa, Mastercard propose merchants' tourist card fee cut to end EU probe

BRUSSELS, Dec 4 Visa and Mastercard have offered to reduce merchants' charges for non-EU credit and debit cards by at least 40 percent to end an EU antitrust investigation, the European Commission said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 8-Black Friday deals lure U.S. shoppers, biggest sales gains online

NEW YORK, Nov 23 Shoppers across the United States snapped up deep discounts on toys, clothing and electronics both online and at stores on Black Friday, giving retailers a strong start to their make-or-break holiday season.

Exclusive: Visa, Mastercard offer tourist card fee cut in EU antitrust probe - sources

BRUSSELS Visa and Mastercard have offered to trim the fees merchants pay on card payments by tourists in the European Union in an attempt to stave off possible fines after a long-running antitrust investigation, people familiar with the matter said.

India's finance minister says Mastercard, Visa losing out to local players

NEW DELHI India's finance minister said on Thursday that Mastercard and Visa were losing market share to domestic payments networks, months after Mastercard complained to the U.S. government that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was using nationalism to promote a local rival.

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