Wall Street worries about lower income consumer, credit for fintech companies

Wall street worries about lower income consumer, credit for fintech companies

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CNBC’s Kate Rooney reports on Q3 performance for financial technology companies.

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Kate Rooney is a technology reporter based out of CNBC’s San Francisco bureau, with a focus on financial technology, payments and venture capital.

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