Get a demo Do I subscribe? News sign-up

Money & finance

Search in

Show only

Date Range

Search within

Industry Sector

Brand

Country

Source

169 results found
Sort by

Article

Singaporean millennials weren’t thinking about retirement planning or healthy eating on festive occasions – this article outlines how two local campaigns aimed to change the behaviours of young Singaporeans on these two important issues.

News

MUMBAI: As India transitions to a digital economy, a new survey from Visa, the global financial transactions firm, has revealed consumers are highly inclined to embrace new forms of payments.

Article

Looks at how behavioural economics can be used to improve people's financial future and encourage consumer engagement.

News

NEW DELHI: Financial products in India have traditionally been marketed to men but that is starting to change as an increasing number of women choose to make their own investment decisions.

News

NEW DELHI: A recovering consumer sector in India is down to increasing demand from urban centres and the forthcoming festive season, according to a new report.

News

NEW DELHI: The Indian government’s digitalization initiatives are likely to transform the Indian consumer economy as digital payments become the norm, according to a senior government figure.

Article

This article outlines how Commonwealth Bank, Australia's largest bank, is building brand longevity in a fast changing category under increased public scrutiny.

Article

This article outlines how the Indian government is investing in digital payments, a trend which is transforming the Indian consumer economy.

News

NAPLES, FL: The worldwide popularity of mobile payments has soared since Apple Pay launched in 2014, according to a new survey, which also predicts that the adoption of mobile wallets has reached a tipping point in some markets.

News

SINGAPORE: Consumers in Asia-Pacific have a high level of awareness about digital wallets and similar payment methods, but the majority (57%) still prefer to use cash, according to a new survey of seven regional markets.

Article

This article summarises a webinar on what the 2016 presidential election in the US means for the marketplace and how brands should be reacting to this new state of uncertainty.

News

AUCKLAND: New Zealanders are more economically optimistic than their Australian neighbours, with this positivity translating into purchase decisions, according to new research.

News

LONDON: UK consumers remain confident about their personal finances despite showing markedly less optimism about the wider economy, a new survey has revealed.

Article

This article lists three examples of how insights from behavioural science can help people gain greater control over their finances.

News

SHANGHAI: Cash is an afterthought in urban China as mobile payments – driven by booming mobile internet penetration and platforms such as WeChat and Alipay – have transformed China’s consumer economy in less than three years.

Article

This article looks into who millennials really are and how their characteristics, attitudes and behaviours are often misinterpreted and simplified.

News

LONDON: Cards accounted for more than half of all retail transactions by volume in the UK last year, while debit card purchases have overtaken cash for the first time, according to a new survey.

News

LONDON: UK consumer spending has slowed and businesses' optimism has declined, according to new surveys which indicate how Brexit and political uncertainty are affecting the country's economic outlook.

News

LONDON: Consumer confidence in the UK has dropped markedly following an indecisive general election result that left the country saddled with a hung parliament, a new survey has revealed.

Article

This article examines how millennials think about money and finance as well as how they differ from preceding generations.

Article

This research explores the impact of price on consumer behaviours in India, including price elasticity and the price-value equation as perceived by shoppers on a category by category basis.

News

NEW YORK: American millennials are the first generation to plan for the future in terms of travel, dining out and exercise, rather than merely saving for retirement, according to new research.

News

NEW YORK: Digital experiences are important for both Gen Z and Gen Y, but the younger generation has particular expectations of brands with regard to customer service and how they like to interact with new technology, a new survey has found.

Article

This article reveals the findings of a study into how millennials in Asia feel about the way they movemoney – how they pay and how they are paid – and their thoughts about mobile payments.

Research Paper

This paper describes a research method used in Latin America involving automated telephone interviews combined with a semantic analysis of the output.