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The Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] share price shot up by nearly 4% this morning and has now dropped off slightly, sitting 2.88% up at time of writing. This continues a positive trend for the fintech giant, its share price having climbed yesterday too...
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The ever-increasing popularity of online payment platforms is almost certain to continue as they shake up the way in which we finance our purchases.Though conceived much earlier than Afterpay or Splitit, Quickfee has certainly found a niche that seems much more scalable than its retail consumer-focused cousins.
The latest news out of the company is that it has signed an agreement with Kogan.com, making it the first major retailer to adopt Splitit. We’ll look at Splitit’s outlook.
In a rather sudden development, Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] shares have tumbled dramatically today, following a positive week.At the time of writing Afterpay's share price is trading at $22.94, a decrease of 10.53%.
Today Afterpay announced a partnership with EFT Payments Limited (EFTPay) to provide an instalment payment service to Hong Kong merchants.At time of writing, Splitit's share price have managed to climb 13.01% in today’s day of trading, currently sitting at a price of 82 cents.
Since announcing record quarter results, Afterpay’s rival Splitit Payments Ltd [ASX:SPT] has soared by 800% following the six weeks since its ASX debut . At the time of writing, Splitit’s share price is trading at $1.16, climbing 24.86%.
Since 29 January this year, Splitit has been bolstered by positive investor attention on the back of its apparent similarity to rival firms like Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT]. The company is currently worth $320 million.
In its first day of trading since listing on the ASX, Splitit Payments Ltd, a monthly instalment payment solution, has quickly accelerated from its initial $0.20 to as high as $0.35 per share. But by midday this has subsided. Splitit Payments share price is currently trading at $0.33 a share.