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Day: January 24, 2019

SCA rules threaten existing PSP-merchant relationships

By Anna Fedorova SCA rules imposed under the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) are forcing payment service providers (PSP) to reassess their relationships with merchants based on their fraud rates. Andrea Dunlop,Paysafe Under the new EU-wide rules, remote card-based transactions above €30 may have to go through a two-factor authentication process, depending on the fraud …

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ECB Turns Dovish amid Heightened Global Uncertainties

The ECB meeting evolved as we had expected: more dovish, downgraded assessment on economy, leaving unchanged the forward guidance on interest rates. the central bank has acknowledged that the uncertainties in the global economy have intensified and can persist for quite an extended time. No change was made no change in the monetary policy, leaving …

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US Government Shutdown Impact on Canada

While the partial U.S. government shutdown has dominated the headlines and disrupted public services across the U.S., it isn’t ultimately expected to have a significant impact on broader trends in the U.S. economy, let alone Canada’s. But the protracted nature of the political im-passe contains red flags about the likelihood of a quick resolution to …

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Euro Survives Downbeat ECB and Weak PMIs, Safe for Now

Euro has been under broad based pressure today after PMIs suggest more weakness in the economy ahead. The common currency then spikes further lower ECB President Mario Draghi sounds rather cautious and downbeat in the post meeting press conference. However, Euro quickly recovers as Draghi actually didn’t bring out any “new” dovishness. The March meeting …

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‘The genie is out of the bottle and AI is going to create a skills gap’: Workday CEO

If you think technology has rapidly changed the workplace, you haven’t seen anything yet, according to data analytics expert Aneel Bhusri, Workday co-founder and CEO. The advent of artificial intelligence and machine learning is creating a paradigm shift that will affect workers in every sector. Speaking with CNBC’s Squawk Box at the World Economic Forum …

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross: The US is still ‘miles and miles’ from a China trade deal

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday the U.S. is still “miles and miles” from a trade deal with China. “Frankly, that shouldn’t be too surprising,” Ross said in a “Squawk Box” interview. The U.S. and China have “lots and lots of issues,” he continued, and the Trump administration will need to create “structural reforms” and …

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AUD/USD Outlook: Fresh Bears Eye 0.7033 Fibo Support

The Aussie fell sharply in Asia on Thursday following short-lived advance to 0.7166 on better than expected Australian jobs data, coming under increased pressure after NAB raised domestic mortgage rates. Fresh bearish acceleration broke below 20SMA (0.7125) that contained the action of past two days and opened way towards support at 0.7033 (Fibo 38.2% of …

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