123.96 0.00 (0.00%)
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|Day's range||123.15 - 124.72|
|52-week range||89.90 - 126.88|
|PE ratio (TTM)||41.18|
|Earnings date||25 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.84 (0.69%)|
|1y target est||140.09|
In late 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed, in which corporate taxes were reduced substantially. Discover Financial Services (DFS) has its operations mainly in the US, allowing the company to pay a lower tax rate, which could benefit its long-term growth. Discover expects to pay lower taxes, which would result in higher cash flows that the company could deploy in its business activities.
JPMorgan Chase’s (JPM) Consumer and Community Banking (or CCB) segment posted revenue of $12.6 billion in 1Q18, a rise of 15% YoY (year-over-year) and 4% sequentially, reflecting strong spending momentum and middle-market lending.
Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc., the two largest U.S. card networks, said Wednesday that they’re planning to drop their longstanding initiatives to get online shoppers to use dedicated payment buttons. The two payments giants instead want to create a new online option that would amount to a shared single payment button that could succeed the current pay tabs, Visa Checkout and Mastercard Masterpass. Separately Wednesday, a spokesman for American Express Co., which has its own payment button, said the company supports exploring a move like the one Visa and Mastercard are discussing.
Mastercard’s (MA) PBV (price-to-book value ratio) is 18.08x on a next-12-month basis. The company has a premium valuation, as its competitors’ average is 4.2x.
Swedish soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, new to the LA Galaxy, will be the face of Visa's global marketing campaign for the World Cup. Is he the right choice?
After the announcement of the imposition of tariffs by President Donald Trump, fears regarding a trade war gripped investors. Increased prices could lead to inflation, which could benefit payment technology companies (XLF) such as Mastercard (MA) and Visa (V). Mastercard is expected to witness upward momentum in 2018 primarily aided by its focus on the completion of transactions via mobile phones while maintaining the level of security desired by users.
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Mastercard (MA) is expected to report EPS (earnings per share) of $1.25 in 1Q18, implying a rise year-over-year as well as sequentially. The primary driver of this increase has been MA’s adoption of digital methods of payment, which means more revenue for the giant payment service company. Mastercard’s revenue has a direct relationship with consumer spending. A rise in spending activity means a rise in its revenue.
Mastercard (MA) saw positive momentum in its business in 2017 thanks to the adoption of e-commerce. The company saw a rise of 18% in gross revenue in 2017 compared to 2016. Moving forward, Mastercard and its competitor (XLF) Visa (V) will likely experience upward trends in their revenues mainly due to rising inflation as a result of trade war fears.
On April 9, 2018, Mastercard (MA) made an announcement regarding the integration of its Masterpass service with the My Phillips 66 app. Masterpass saves the information that’s required for the execution of transactions, such as shipping information and card information. This move could help Mastercard witness a rise in its number of transactions.
A fight between U.K. retailers and credit-card companies that has lasted five years and spawned wildly different court rulings reached a London appeals court Monday that could determine the fates of lawsuits ...
Strong earnings growth potential of major components is likely to aid the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) index return to positive territory in the near-term.
The recent tax code overhaul and a strengthening economy could certainly help blue-chip companies make more money this upcoming earnings season.
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Shares of Visa Inc. are up 2.2% in midday trading Monday after Guggenheim analyst Jeff Cantwell raised his price target on the stock to $143 from $136 and wrote that Visa shares were a better bet than ...
If you’ve got a dollar you’re thinking of putting in either Visa or Mastercard right now, pick the former. Both companies are in the Barron’s Next 50.) Their reason: Investors underappreciate Visa’s growth potential, and as the company delivers improved numbers it should see its shares outperform MasterCard’s. “The current market bearishness regarding Visa’s revenue growth outlook relative to MasterCard’s is excessive,” they wrote.
Visa (V) reported strong quarterly results in its fiscal 1Q18, which ended on December 31, 2017. Its performance was aided by the positive momentum it witnessed in its core metrics globally. The company saw especially strong momentum in the United States due to the holiday season as well as growth in e-commerce.
Monday, April 9: Chinese newspapers talk tough on trade, Viacom wants a better bid from CBS, credit card companies won’t require signatures anymore