Wells Fargo lets Android Pay and Apple Pay customers Get Cash from ATMs

Alipay has a secret weapon in its’ American invasion, Chinese visitors to the United States 400 million of whom use Alipay back home.

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Wells Fargo Allows Android Pay and Apple Pay Withdrawal at ATMs

The banking giant has plans to modify 13,000 ATMs to accept near field communications (NFC) apps such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay and Microsoft Wallet, TechCrunch reported. Around 5,000 ATMs can already accept NFC signals and they have been programmed to accepted Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay.

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Bank of America and the Uncertain Future of Consumer Banking

The uncertain future of Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) is threatened by the changing nature of consumer banking. The biggest

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Is Bank of New York Mellon the best Value in FinTech?

Bank of New York Mellon is not just a bank with offices in Manhattan it is a FinTech play. BNY Mellon is one of four major banks developing the Utility Settlement Coin or USC, with the technology companies Icap and Clearmatics, Crowdfund Insider reported.

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Is Wells Fargo Now a Value Investment?

Cynics might wonder if Uncle Warren knew; or at least suspected, what was going on at Wells Fargo when he bought all that stock in the company. He realized the mess would hit the fan at some point and force changes that would make his investment more valuable.

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Have Bank Stocks Turned Around?

Another reason why bank revenues are growing is that upper income families are making more money. University of Berkeley Economist Emmanueal Saez reported that the incomes of the richest 1% of US workers increased by 7.7% in 2015, CBS reported.

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Banking Apocalypse Thousands of Brick and Mortar Branches Closing

If this trend progresses to its logical end bank tellers will disappear much like elevator operators did. It also raises a fascinating question: what will communities do with all those empty bank buildings?

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Is Deutsche Bank a Disaster or a Great Value Investment?

Despite that a lot of investors are looking at Deutsche Bank because it has some similarities to two of the U.S. monster banks that Warren Buffett likes; Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) and Bank of America of (NYSE:BAC).

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Should Value Investors Pounce on Wells Fargo?

Buffett’s thinking is that Wells Fargo has so much money; it can simply pay whatever fines and lawsuit settlements that stem from the phantom accounts scandal, and still have cash to spare. This seems like an obvious extension of Warren’s famed belief that a good business is one your idiot nephew could run and still make money. Here’s how he described in a 2010 discussion with the FDIC:

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US Bancorp the Value in Banking

I’ve begun to really like bank stocks lately because they’re cheap and fast-growing but produce a lot of income. One

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