All You Need To Know In Fintech For November 26, 2021

One Big Thing In Fintech: Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has called for increased regulation of cryptocurrency markets in an interview.

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One Big Thing In Fintech: Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has called for increased regulation of cryptocurrency markets in an interview.

Source: Block

Other Key Fintech Developments:

  • Visa investing in fintech Basiq. (NYSE:V)
  • Marqeta, Mastercard team-up. (NASDAQ:MQ) (NYSE:MA)
  • RoboMarkets added to its app.
  • Stripe accepts crypto payment.
  • NY Fed starting fintech center.
  • Fico ships a new loan platform. (NYSE:FICO)
  • Lydia offers crypto functionality.
  • JPM weighing a deal with Viva. (NYSE:JPM)
  • TV’s Pierce Crosby on manias.
  • Freetrade will double valuation.
  • Saudi Arabia is pushing digital.
  • Asilimia raises $2M in a round.
  • Archax taps Scila for new tech.
  • Tide opens banking suite offer.
  • Revolut acquired fintech Nobly.
  • New Order adds $4M for DAO.
  • SubQuery plans Acala launch.
  • Morgan Stanley building portal. (NYSE:MS)
  • Afterpay unveils subscriptions. (OTC:AFTPY)
  • Coinbase acquires BRD wallet. (NASDAQ:COIN)
  • Credit Clear refreshes offering.

Watch Out For This: The $1.7 trillion “social infrastructure” legislation passed by the House and now before the Senate would spur growth, expand employment and boost productivity with limited inflationary impact, according to Moody’s.

Source: Banking Dive

Interesting Reads:

  • EU passing laws against tech.
  • Avoiding Russia-Ukraine war.
  • Virus variant spurs restriction.
  • China will limit Tencent usage.
  • Map of the top fintech players.

Market Moving Headline: If there’s a single stat to capture the insatiable appetite for stocks this year, it’s the sum of cash that went into equity funds.

Investors have poured almost $900 billion into equity exchange-traded and long-only funds in 2021 — exceeding the combined total from the past 19 years — according to analysts at Bank of America Corp. (NYSE:BAC) and EPFR Global.

Source: Bloomberg

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