Last year, shares of fintech giant PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) fell as investors weren't pleased with the company's decelerating revenue growth. The market is accustomed to PayPal delivering higher growth rates than that, which explains why some investors aren't too optimistic about the company right now. In 2020, PayPal's business experienced abnormal growth as customers shifted their habits at the onset of the pandemic.
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