American Express


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American Express

A financial services company based in New York. It began in 1850 as an express mail service. In 1882, it began offering money orders and later developed traveler's cheques in 1891. Today, it offers charge cards and other forms of credit to individuals and companies. It is one of the 30 companies tracked by the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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Based on the success of that program with Moinian and in the industry overall, American Express is expanding its program to enable cardmembers to enjoy the convenience and rewards of paying for condominium down-payments on the American Express[R] Card.
Just a year after launching Blue in Mexico, American Express has brought on board 97,000 cardholders.

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