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  • DFS's 30 day story count now stands at 43.
  • Over the past 28 days, the trend for DFS's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 14.
  • LAW, LOAN and AP are the most mentioned tickers in articles about DFS.

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Discover Financial Services to Present at KBW Fintech Payments Conference

RIVERWOODS, Ill., February 08, 2023--Dan Capozzi, executive vice president and president of US cards at Discover, will present at the KBW Fintech Payments Conference on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Yahoo | February 8, 2023

Euronet (EEFT) Q4 Earnings Beat Mark on Segmental Strength

Euronet (EEFT) fourth-quarter results reflect revenue growth on strong contributions from EFT Processing and Money Transfer segments. Management expects 23% year-over-year growth in Q1 adjusted EPS.

Yahoo | February 8, 2023

Is Discover's Recent Guidance a Red Flag for Investors?

Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) recently surprised investors with its guidance for 2023 when it said net charge-offs would move above pre-pandemic levels and exceed what Wall Street had expected. Investors were left questioning whether this was a sign that consumers were struggling and if it spelled trouble for the broader economy. Discover reported a solid fourth quarter, with net revenue up 27% year over year while diluted earnings per share grew 4%.

Yahoo | February 2, 2023

Bank Stocks Slump After Biden Proposes Cap on Credit-Card Late Fees

Bank stocks fell in early trading after the Biden administration [proposed a rule](https://www.wsj.com/articles/biden-administration-to-propose-rule-to-lower-credit-card-late-fees-11675243257) that would limit credit-card late fees—a key source of lenders' profits. Issuers that specialize in private-label cards saw the largest stock declines after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rolled out a plan to lower the fee for a missed payment to $8, from as much as $41. Shares of Bread Financial

Yahoo | February 1, 2023

Banks Brace for More Consumers to Fall Behind on Their Loans

Delinquencies are rising, in some cases surpassing prepandemic levels, prompting banks to add to their rainy-day funds.

Yahoo | January 30, 2023

The Ultimate Guide to Getting Your First Credit Card in Your 20s

Building credit is on the minds of many would-be mortgage holders in 2023.

Shrey Dua on InvestorPlace | January 27, 2023

American Express CEO: 'We aren't seeing recessionary signals'

Economists may be on recession watch, but American Express CEO Stephen Squeri says he still isn't seeing spending trends that would suggest a downturn is in the cards.

Yahoo | January 27, 2023

7 Stocks Getting Ready for a Major Breakout

While timing the market is always difficult, some assets may be viable candidates for breakout stocks based on particular signals.

Josh Enomoto on InvestorPlace | January 26, 2023

Bankers Helping Bankers Names PULSE® Exclusive Debit Partner

HOUSTON, January 26, 2023--Bankers Helping Bankers, an online platform that promotes innovation among community banks, has named Discover® Financial Services’ PULSE® debit network its exclusive debit partner. The agreement builds upon PULSE’s longstanding support of community banks and the Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT), which co-founded Bankers Helping Bankers in partnership with FedFis.

Yahoo | January 26, 2023

A Tale of Two Consumers: JPMorgan Chase vs. Discover Financial's Credit Card Trends

Both JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) and Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) are large credit card lenders that recently reported their fourth-quarter earnings results and provided early guidance for full-year 2023. JPMorgan Chase reported that it expects its credit card net charge-off (NCO) rate to jump from 1.47% at the end of 2022 to about 2.6% by the end of 2023. The NCO looks at credit card debt unlikely to be collected as a percentage of the total credit card loan portfolio.

Yahoo | January 25, 2023


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