Want to join the conversation?
Financial services company $USB, along with Fidelity Investments and Visa Inc, said it has launched a long-term card-issuing program offering Visa branded credit-card products to US consumers. The new cards will be issued with chip technology for security and give access to leading digital wallets including Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay.
Mr. Trump may introduce policies that could help dollar reach record highs, which could even drive Bitcoin more than $2,000 in the near future. Bitcoin adoption is increasing, and if emerging economies like China and Russia also accept Bitcoin as an alternative to dollar, Bitcoin will see this rise soon.
Seems like $AMD has hit the right wind. Its stock was up almost 9% to $9.45 on Tuesday following reports that it signed a licensing deal with Intel.
$SBUX launched its annual “Starbucks for Life” competition in the U.S. and Canada. The winner of the competition will receive a credit of one drink or food item per day for a duration of 30 years.
$T shares rose 1.8%, as a big boost for the S&P 500. The company said its new streaming television service DirectTV has so far exceeded expectations.