Fintech Focus For July 30, 2020

Daily Perspective: Not all those who wander are lost. – J.R.R. Tolkein Fintech Movers: Investors

Daily Perspective: Not all those who wander are lost. – J.R.R. Tolkein

Fintech Movers: Investors and entrepreneurs say that while the COVID-19 pandemic has boosted demand for fintechs in areas such as digital payments and online trading, it has hurt more vulnerable sectors such as online lending. This is likely to hasten the demise of weaker players, lead to more acquisitions and entrench the dominance of older fintechs with deeper pockets. – Reuters

  • Lawmakers scrutinize trade apps.
  • Trading Technologies preps OMS.
  • State Street intros post-trade TCA.
  • Overstock’s tZERO reduces size.
  • eToro has acquired Marq Millions.
  • Crux becomes MSCI data solution.
  • Microsoft licenses Crowe software.
  • Refinitiv acquires Advisor Software.
  • EU eyes rolls back of MiFID II rules.
  • Fintech Remitly raises $85M round.
  • Curve, Onfido streamline onboarding.
  • ICE expands ETF Hub internationally.

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Watch Out For This: A group calling itself “America’s Frontline Doctors” held a press conference in Washington, D.C. on Monday, falsely declaring that there is a cure for covid-19 and it was being suppressed by the world’s leading health experts. – Gizmodo

  • The art of sending cold emails to VCs.
  • London bets big on decreased traffic.
  • How 2 students made $600K in 24hrs.

Market Moving Headline: S&P 500 companies have beaten earnings estimates at a higher pace than usual in the second quarter, Deutsche Bank analysts point out in a recent note to clients. – Axios

  • Why tech needs more regulation.
  • Fed chief says recovery is slowing.
  • Kodak spikes on deal with Trump.
  • CME profits fall in light of low rates.
  • Boeing slashes output and jobs.
  • Crypto rally faces fresh resistance.
  • Oil surges after crude inventory drop.
  • PG&E, Tesla improve energy storage.
  • How Ericsson is winning the 5G race.

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