153.40 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 6:13PM EST
|Bid||153.20 x 400|
|Ask||153.95 x 500|
|Day's range||150.86 - 153.62|
|52-week range||102.98 - 154.65|
|PE ratio (TTM)||35.79|
|Earnings date||29 Jan 2018 - 2 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.00 (0.66%)|
|1y target est||162.78|
Today, Wirecard and Mastercard made Pay by Bank app, a fully digital payment solution, available to all Wirecard merchants in the UK. Pay by Bank app was created by Vocalink, a Mastercard company, and it enables people to make 'digital debit' payments for goods and services via their banking app, with payment made directly from their current account.
Payments stocks on the whole have outperformed the market so far in 2017, and Goldman Sachs analysts wrote Tuesday that it's hard to find value in the sector looking ahead to the new year. The Goldman ...
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Square is more likely to acquire software assets rather than be sold to credit card networks Visa or Mastercard, one analyst says.
American Express Co. joined Mastercard Inc. and Discover Financial Services in eliminating a signature requirement for purchases made on its network, a move merchants had been pushing for.
The Financial Transaction Services industry gains from a growing U.S. economy, increasing investment in technology as well as inorganic strategies
Critics of the Republican-sponsored plan say companies will use the windfall to reward investors with share buybacks and dividends.
Home Depot approved a $15 billion share buyback and set a new long-term sales target, following similar repurchase programs from Bank of America and Mastercard.
Mastercard today unveiled Kionect, a digital ordering system that empowers small kiosk owners in Nairobi to order and pay for products from wholesalers via SMS. Orders submitted via a feature phone helps create a digital record for kiosk owners to get access to micro-loans to stock inventory and grow their business.
Bank of America said it would buy back an extra $5 billion in stock, a day after Mastercard announced a 14% dividend hike and its own new share repurchases.
In recent years Mastercard (MA) has given investors plenty of holiday cheer, and that continued Monday when it announced its latest dividend increase. Its board declared a quarterly dividend of 25 cents a share, up 13.6% from 22 cents. Mastercard has been helped by strong earnings.
Discovery Communications, Amazon, Regal Entertainment and MasterCard are among the companies to watch.
A peer-to-peer payment app that works similar to Venmo from startup Lydia in France now works with Apple Pay (a feature originally announced in July), making it possible to spend your balance from the app wherever MasterCard and Apple Pay are accepted.
Shares of Visa (V) and Mastercard (MA) are trading higher Tuesday morning, and with good reason, says Wedbush, as the companies should be big winners from the proposed tax overhaul. Analysts Moshe Katri and Ariel Hughes reiterated Overweight ratings on both Visa and Mastercard today, with price targets of $116 and $154, respectively, calling them "the most significant beneficiaries of tax reform." They see the stocks as getting a boost, as they pay the majority of their taxes domestically, while also holding large cash balances held offshore. More from their note: A reduction in the corporate tax rate to 20% from 35% would be accretive to next year’s adj.
Today Mastercard announced Rachel Estapa, Founder of More to Love Yoga, as the winner of its Grow Your Biz Contest in support of Bank of America Business Advantage, which called all Boston area small business owners to pitch how they planned to grow their business for the chance to win $25,000 and one-on-one business expert advice.
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Mastercard Inc. on Monday announced a quarterly cash dividend of 25 cents per share, a 14% rise over its prior payout of 22 cents. The payments company also announced a new $4 billion stock buyback plan, ...
1. Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker have confirmed that British and EU negotiators have failed to reach a deal on the first phase of Brexit talks after hours of negotiations. Speaking in a joint press conference in Brussels on Monday afternoon, the pair said that work still needed to be done on the Irish border and Britain's financial settlement. 3. "A no deal [Brexit] scenario would entail the disruption of UK trade within European export supply chains," according to a recent note by Credit Suisse research analyst Sonali Punhani. Financial services, agriculture, and aviation are among the most at risk industries, Punhani warned. 4. Alec Phillips and Blake Taylor, analysts on Goldman Sachs' US economic-analysis team, say that the Senate version of the new tax bill, called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, would slightly boost growth in the short term — but that the boost would quickly fade. "We have increased our estimate of the growth effects of the legislation slightly, to around 0.3pp in 2018 and 2019," Phillips and Taylor said in a note to clients on Monday.