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Retail Operations Manager (Station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
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Assistant Visual Merchandising Manager
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Senior Sales Manager (Printing/Paper Packaging)
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Senior Manager - Financial Planning & Analysis, Finance And Accounts
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Contract Manager - Financial Planning & Analysis, Finance And Accounts
Permanent · Hong Kong
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Merchandising Manager - Apparel And Sports Goods (Station in Shanghai, Prc)
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Senior Garment Technician - Lingerie
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Fabric Sales Manager/ Sales Executive
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BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Factory Manager (Stationed in Bangladesh)
Permanent · CLEARWATER
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
General Manager (Stationed in Bangladesh)
Permanent · CLEARWATER
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Logistics & Warehouse Manager
Permanent · CLEARWATER
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
National Business Trainee (3d Artistist / Designer) - 2-Year Programme
Permanent · CLEARWATER
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Quality Manager
Permanent · TIJUANA
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Divisional Sales Manager
Permanent · TIJUANA
SHISEIDO
Senior Manager - Omnichannel Strategy & Innovation, Digital Shared Services
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Officer - HR Operations, Human Resources
Permanent · Hong Kong
NIKE
HR Manager/Assistant Manager - Hrbp (1-Year Contract)
Permanent · Hong Kong
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Sales Executive
Permanent · CLEARWATER
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Brand Merchandising Manager
Permanent · KOWLOON BAY
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Marketing Executive / Marketing Supervisor / Assistant Marketing Manager
Permanent · CLEARWATER
BESTEAM PERSONNEL CONSULTANCY LTD.
Global Product Compliance Specialist
Permanent · CLEARWATER
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Visa beats estimates as vaccines boost travel, retail spending

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Jul 28, 2021

Visa Inc beat estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday as speedy vaccine rollouts spurred consumers to spend more on travel and entertainment, boosting volumes for the world's largest payment processor.


Visa said payment volumes jumped 34% from last year on a constant dollar basis during the quarter, while the number of transactions processed surged 39% - Reuters


Payment companies are seeing an uptick in volumes from the coronavirus-induced slump as economic stimulus and rising vaccinations take effect, with the rise of e-commerce during lockdowns also driving up transactions.

Visa said payment volumes jumped 34% from last year on a constant dollar basis during the quarter, while the number of transactions processed surged 39%.

Overall retail sales in the United States unexpectedly increased in June, data showed, as the reopening of the world's biggest economy unleashed widespread demand for travel and shopping, with a further boost expected in the coming months.

"Visa delivered another strong quarter as many key economies are well into a reopening-driven recovery," Chief Executive Officer Alfred Kelly Jr said.

"Additionally, cross-border travel spending improved as vaccination rates rose and more borders opened," he said.

Cross-border volumes at Visa soared 47% on a constant currency basis. Total revenue jumped 27% to $6.13 billion in the third quarter ended June 30.

Net income rose to $2.58 billion, or $1.18 per Class A share, from $2.37 billion, or $1.07 per Class A share.

On an adjusted basis, Visa reported a profit of $1.49 per share, beating analyst estimates of $1.35, according to Refinitiv data.

Rival American Express Co beat estimates for second-quarter profit last week, driven by a recovery in global consumer spending, especially on travel.

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