(Bloomberg) -- PayPal Holdings Inc. jumped after warning merchants it will raise prices for some of its new products.The company plans to charge 3.49% of a transaction’s value plus 49 cents for merchants that use its proprietary services, PayPal said Friday in a statement. For instance, retailers will have to pay more to accept Venmo payments or use a product that lets consumers split their purchases into four installments.“We are making changes to our published rates in the United States to bet
The money transfer business has opted for a direct listing with dual class share structure and a scheme to let customers become shareholders.
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