Wed, 24 April 2013 17:07:04
Offshore Merchant Processing
The modern world is not a self-sustaining one. We require the use of mass transportation to get us the things we need like clothes and food. Sometimes these modes of transport are organized into fleets with each fleet specializing in a certain good. (This is done to maximize efficiency.) Often, these fleets make use of fleet fuel cards to keep themselves organized and to save money. Explaining fleet cards A fleet card is something that an organization will use when they have many vehicles to run and to maintain. The fleet card allows an organization to keep track of all the expenditures made by the driver of the vehicle. For example, a company that has a large number of vehicles might have their drivers purchase fuel with a fleet card in order to save themselves both time and money. There are many different types of fleet cards with each offering various incentives and reporting systems to help people maintain cost effective fuel budgets. ..
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Wed, 24 April 2013 17:05:57
Low Risk Merchant Processing
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Wed, 24 April 2013 06:00:11
Asian shares are set to track global equities higher on Wednesday, but the euro remained under pressure despite a modest recovery after soft German data underscored the still-fragile state of the euro zone economy.
After the bell on Wall Street, Apple shares rose 3.8 percent after the company reported better-than-expected second-quarter revenue of $43.6 billion, reflecting strong sales of the iPad and iPhone.
According to Westpack bank, 72.8 percent of the 147 Standard & Poor's 500 companies reporting so far beat consensus on earnings.
"Equities were underpinned by positive reports on corporate earnings and U.S. housing, some indications of progress in the Italian political arena, and perceptions that economic weakness in Europe may promote a further easing of monetary policy by the European Central Bank," Barclays Capital said in a research.
The euro was around $1.3000, managing to recover from Tuesday's two-week low of $1.2973 hit after a survey showed Germany, the euro z..
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Mon, 22 April 2013 07:13:07
The Nikkei share average climbed 2.1 percent to a near five-year high on Monday, with exporters taking the lead as the yen weakened after the Group of 20 economies stopped short of criticising Japan's sweeping monetary expansionary policies.
The Nikkei was up 286.59 points at 13,603.07 after trading as high as 13,611.58, its highest since June 2008.
Exporters charged higher as the dollar firmed against the yen to within a whisker of 100 after the G20 refrained from singling out Tokyo's reflationary policies as some in the markets had feared.
In a communique after a two-day meeting, the G20 simply said it would be "mindful" of possible side effects from extended periods of monetary stimulus.
"I worried that the G20 countries would criticise Japan's easing monetary policies," said Ryota Sakagami, chief strategist at SMBC Nikko Securities.
"The market uptrend will continue ... I think sooner or later the Nikkei will reach 14,000. For the moment, the one concern is still the w..
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Mon, 22 April 2013 00:53:12
The euro and the dollar rallied 1.4% against the yen on Friday after finance ministers from the Group of 20 nations indicated that they support Japan’s efforts to spur growth through aggressive monetary easing policies. Japan’s Finance Minister Taro Aso said that the Bank of Japan’s unprecedented easing program is aimed at achieving price stability and economic recovery and was in line with the G-20’s February agreement. The statement eased concerns that Japan would face criticism after it announced earlier this month that it plans to double the size of its asset purchase program over the next two years. "Japan's recent policy actions are intended to stop deflation and support domestic demand," the G-20 said. BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda welcomed the G-20 statement, saying, "Now that we have obtained the support of the international community, we will be able to implement our program with confidence". The dollar re-approached four-year highs against th..
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