MoneyGram Inks Agreement With PayPal and 1 Hot Stock to Eye

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Leading global money transfer company MoneyGram (NYSE:MGI) and ecommerce payment company PayPal (NASDAQ:EBAY) enter a global agreement that will allow the latter’s 117 million account holders to put cash in and withdraw funds at MoneyGram outlets. According to the press release, “The new service options created through this agreement represent the first global solution for consumers who do not have or use a bank account or credit card to fund and maintain a PayPal account, giving them access to e-commerce.”

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