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Consumer spending is having its biggest slump in 4 years, as Brits spend less on clothes and holidays

Visa's Consumer Spending Index found a 0.8% fall in consumer spending last month, when compared to July 2015. It follows similar declines in May and June.

17 countries where money can buy you a second passport or ‘elite residency’

The super-rich are no longer just spending their money on private jets and yachts — they're also buying passports. Here's where you can do it.

MasterCard bags TSB as a customer in a win for its digital operations

The bank, which has a 4.5% share of the UK current account market, will reissue all its debit cards on MasterCard from 2018.

A key indicator of the British economy has dropped for the first time in four years as Brexit bites

Visa measured that real consumer spending on its debit, credit, and pre-paid cards in May was 0.8% lower than in the same month last year.

Apple is working on its own Visa pre-paid debit cards — and bank executives hate it

The pre-paid debit cards would tie into a unannounced service that would allow iPhone users to send money to each other digitally.

This trick lets you extend the warranty on your smartphone or laptop from 1 to 2 years for free

It not only works with iPhones, but also with laptops, cameras, or any electronic device with a warranty.

The 10 most powerful brands in the world

A survey by the business valuation consultancy BrandFinance ranks the most powerful brands in the world based on financial indicators and their brand strength.

Crisis-weary Venezuelans now have another escape route

Peru's offer to take in as many as 6,000 Venezuelans is seen as a shot at the US government's recent hostile posture toward immigrants.

Visa’s CEO is resigning and says he can no longer spend the time in San Francisco to do the job well

The company named Alfred Kelly Jr, a former president of American Express Co and a current Visa board member, as CEO.