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PayPal says 'buy now, pay later' volumes surged 400% on Black Friday

Dec 03 2021

LONDON Volumes on PayPal Inc's 'buy now, pay later' platform were five times higher this Black Friday compared with a year earlier as the payments giant starts to gain traction in the fast-growing credit method, the company's chief executive told the Reuters Next conference. | Video

London Stock Exchange warns on supply chain shortages

Oct 22 2021

(Reuters) -London Stock Exchange Group said it was on track to achieve cost savings from the integration of data platform Refinitiv after a steady third quarter, but warned supply chain shortages could impact the timing of its technology spending.

London's financial workers flock back to office in hot commuter crush

Sep 09 2021

LONDON There's no free lunch in finance - except when banks are wooing workers back to the office.

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei says Credit Suisse closing his foundation's bank account

Sep 07 2021

(Reuters) -Chinese dissident and artist Ai Weiwei has said Credit Suisse told him it was closing his foundation's bank account in Switzerland earlier this year citing his "criminal record" in China, despite the activist never being convicted of a crime.

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei says Credit Suisse closing his foundation's bank account

Sep 07 2021

Sept 7 Chinese dissident and artist Ai Weiwei has said Credit Suisse told him it was closing his foundation's bank account in Switzerland earlier this year citing his "criminal record" in China, despite the activist never being convicted of a crime.

Britain unveils plan to return NatWest to majority private control

Jul 22 2021

LONDON Britain's government on Thursday unveiled a blueprint for returning NatWest to majority private ownership within a year, more than a decade since bailing out the lender at the height of the global financial crisis.

Exclusive-HSBC CEO says Bitcoin not for us

May 24 2021

LONDON HSBC has no plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading desk or offer the digital coins as an investment to customers, because they are too volatile and lack transparency, its Chief Executive Noel Quinn told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-HSBC CEO says Bitcoin not for us

May 24 2021

LONDON, May 24 HSBC has no plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading desk or offer the digital coins as an investment to customers, because they are too volatile and lack transparency, its Chief Executive Noel Quinn told Reuters.

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