Afterpay Ltd (ASX: APT) showed off a statistic on Thursday it claims sets it apart from its rivals.
The buy now, pay later (BNPL) provider displayed the evidence in its results presentation, where it announced a 112% boost in sales to hit $11.1 billion.
The table shows Afterpay only receives 14% of its revenue from customer fees, compared to more than 60% for its BNPL rivals and 80% for credit cards.
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‘If I don’t do that, do we win a GF?’ How Papenhuyzen’s epic play cost him Origin debut – Fox Sports
Ryan Papenhuyzen’s brilliant play in last Sunday’s grand final is what has cost him a State of Origin debut in Game I next week in Adelaide.
The 22-year-old has revealed he suffered a calf injury when he sensationally leapt into the air to tap Nathan Clearys kick for touch back into the field of play in the 66th minute.
Three dead, several injured in knife attack at church in Nice, French police say – ABC News
The Mayor of Nice says the attacker is in police custody and describes the incident — which took place at the city’s Notre Dame church — as terrorism.
An attacker with a knife has killed three people and wounded several others at a church in the French city of Nice, according to French police, in an incident the city’s mayor has described as terrorism.
Mayor Christian Estrosi said on Twitter the knife attack…
Racing NSW launches investigation after racehorses continue to be slaughtered – Sydney Morning Herald
Hours of footage obtained by animal activists revealed up to a dozen identified former racehorses or recently retired breeding mares were killed at one knackery…
Among the horses killed is thought to be a seven-year-old gelding, which won five country races and $120,000 in prize money and had last raced at Queanbeyan in December last year just four months before it was slaughtered.