American Express Co (AXP.N)

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American Express unveils blockchain-enabled payments

American Express on Thursday said it was working with Ripple, a blockchain solutions provider, to enable cross-border payments in partnership with Santander UK.

BRIEF-American Express introduces blockchain-enabled cross-border business-to-business payments

* American Express introduces blockchain-enabled cross-border business-to-business payments Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-American Express reports card member loans stats for October

* American Express - USCS card member loans net write-off rate – principal only 1.8 percent at Oct end versus 1.6 percent at Sept end

Citigroup expects $150 mln gain on sale of Hilton cards to American Express

NEW YORK, Oct 31 Citigroup Inc said on Tuesday it expects to record a $150 million pretax gain on the sale to American Express Co of a $1.2 billion credit card portfolio from its co-brand deal with Hilton hotels.

BRIEF-American Express enters agreement for issuance of notes

* Says on Oct 23, entered terms agreement for issuance and sale of $1.5 billion aggregate principal amount of 2.200% notes due Oct 30, 2020‍​

BRIEF-American Express incoming CEO Squeri to get annual base salary of $1.5 mln - SEC filing

* American Express Co - Incoming CEO Stephen Squeri will receive an annual base salary of $1.5 million - SEC filing

BRIEF-American Express names Stephen J. Squeri as new CEO

* American Express announces Stephen J. Squeri to succeed Kenneth I. Chenault as chairman and Chief Executive Officer

BRIEF-American Express says FY2017 EPS guidance raised to $5.80-$5.90​

* American Express Co - qtrly ‍consolidated provisions for losses were $769 million, up 53 percent from $504 million a year ago​

BRIEF-American Express reports third quarter EPS of $1.50

* American Express reports third quarter EPS of $1.50, up 25%

U.S. top court to review antitrust claims against American Express

WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether American Express Co is violating federal antitrust law by forbidding merchants that accept its credit cards from encouraging customers to use rival cards that charge lower fees.

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