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Singapore to regulate Bitcoin exchanges
MAR 14, 2014
Singapore, a regional financial hub, will be one of the first countries to regulate virtual-currency exchanges and ATM operators, according to the central bank.
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Probe finds Mizuho lax
OCT 28, 2013
The panel's report said top management neglected to ensure compliance with laws against dealings with organised crime after it discovered the loans in early 2011. Soon after, Mizuho's management became preoccupied with ATM malfunctions triggered by an influx of donations for victims of the 2011 tsunami disaster.
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Bankers welcome government probe
SEP 09, 2013
Rather than focusing on the smaller issues like foreign ATM fees, many in the industry are calling for a review into the larger issues faced by some of our biggest institutions. However Australian Bankers Association CEO Steven Munchenberg said although it should focus on topics such as infrastructure and funding of the economy (something National Australia Bank’s (ASX: NAB) CEO Cameron Clyne recently said was important for the country’s future), “I’m sure everything from foreign ATM fees through to whether there’s enough branches in rural Australia will get raised.”
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Best of the Fool: Top 3 articles of the day (06 September, 2013)
SEP 07, 2013
Companies mentioned: Freedom Foods (ASX: FNP), A2 Corp (NZE: ATM), S&P/ASX 200 Index (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO), Goodman Fielder (ASX: GFF), Patties Foods (ASX: PFL)
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Freedom Foods posts 92% profit rise
SEP 06, 2013
During the financial year, Freedom sold down its holding in New Zealand-based A2 Corp (NZE: ATM), the company behind the A2 Milk brand, and realised a pre-tax profit on sale of $11.8 million in the process. Freedom still retains an 18% holding in A2 that is currently worth around $70 million.
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Low income earners hit by bank fees
JUL 16, 2013
The website also includes a list of accounts that come with access to a debit card at no extra cost and free and unlimited transactions, no matter whether they are conducted by ATM, branch, phone, internet or mobile.
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Freedom Foods Worth A Taste
JUN 06, 2013
So to sum it up, decent strong share price performance, the stock is still cheap, the broker pointing to an FY14 EV/ EBITDA multiple of 12x. Cheap, says the broker, if you account for the organic robust growth profile and the blue sky offered by ATM.
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ATMs in Cyprus besieged by locals
MAR 22, 2013
Anxious Cypriots queued outside Popular Bank ATM machines to withdraw their cash as fears rose that the country's banking meltdown will mean its second largest bank closes for ever.
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Retail revival
JAN 31, 2013
National Australia Bank (ASX:NAB) has reported a massive jump in the number of ATM and EFTPOS transactions over the Christmas to Australia Day holiday period.
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NAB posts big growth in Christmas transactions
JAN 30, 2013
National Australia Bank has reported a big jump in ATM and EFTPOS transactions processed by its systems over the traditional Christmas to Australia Day holiday period.
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