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Don't write off payments banks, yet

While payments banks surely lose money, their operating ratios were looking better in 2017-18 compared to the year before. This implies that as customer volumes start picking up, the business models may perk up too, says R Jagannathan. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi receives his Q card from Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha (left) during the launch of India Post Payments Bank. Photograph: Subhav ...

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Square launches SDK for in-app payments

There’s a fortune to be made in mobile in-app billing. In-app purchases accounted for 43 percent of mobile app revenues in 2017, according to Statista, and in-app revenues are set to reach $ 117.2 million in 2020, up from $ 40.5 billion in 2015. With cash like that at stake, it’s no wonder that Square wants a cut of the ...

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Unpaid federal workers owe more than $400 million in mortgage and rent payments this month

For many federal workers, keeping a roof over their heads got a lot harder in January thanks to the partial government shutdown that is approaching its third week. Altogether, unpaid federal workers — including roughly 380,000 furloughed employees and 420,000 people working without pay — owe around $ 438 million in mortgage and rent payments in January, according to a ...

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Unpaid federal workers owe more than $400 million in mortgage and rent payments this month

For many federal workers, keeping a roof over their heads got a lot harder in January thanks to the partial government shutdown that is approaching its third week. Altogether, unpaid federal workers — including roughly 380,000 furloughed employees and 420,000 people working without pay — owe around $ 438 million in mortgage and rent payments in January, according to a ...

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This is how much unpaid federal workers owe in housing payments

Amid disagreements regarding funding for President Donald Trump’s border wall, the United States government has remained partially shutdown for the past two weeks. With no indication of the stalemate coming to an end, thousands of government workers are working without pay. Unfortunately, these Americans, like many around the country, still have to pay their rent… Homeowners

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