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LONDON (Reuters) - Executives, beware! You could become your own worst enemy.
LONDON (Reuters) - PayPal Holdings Inc will no longer charge customers late fees when they miss payments on buy now, pay later (BNPL) purchases globally, as competition heats up in the fast-growing sector.
Personal debt among young adults here has been rising during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the situation could worsen once interest rates start to rise.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A tweet by Kim Kardashian promoting Afterpay as a way to buy her beauty products may have proved pivotal for the Australian buy now, pay later pioneer, whose founders have since joined the reality TV superstar as billionaires.
KUALA LUMPUR: Moody’s Investors Service forecasts an economic recovery in the US and China, and continued supportive policy, will bring a decline in Asia-Pacific (Apac) high-yield non-financial corporate default rates.
LONDON: Barclays will pay out more than a billion dollars in dividends and buybacks to shareholders after beating first-half profit forecasts on strong investment banking fees and the release of cash set aside to cover bad loan charges.
Effective risk management helps firms maintain stable default rates
The $2.2 trillion global Islamic finance industry is expected to grow 10%-12% over 2021-2022 due to increased Islamic bond issuance and a modest economic recovery in the main Islamic finance markets, S&P Global Ratings said.