|Bid||367.93 x 800|
|Ask||367.98 x 800|
|Day's range||365.85 - 369.77|
|52-week range||276.87 - 392.20|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.11|
|PE ratio (TTM)||36.43|
|Earnings date||26 Jul 2023 - 31 Jul 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.28 (0.61%)|
|Ex-dividend date||05 Apr 2023|
|1y target est||433.17|
Mastercard (MA) partners with Algoan to drive the adoption of Open Banking in Europe.
LONDON (Reuters) -Global payments processors Visa and Mastercard have fought off a new set of lawsuits over fees charged to retailers, with a London tribunal ruling on Thursday that the proposed collective cases cannot proceed for now. The two firms already face a long list of lawsuits in London over so-called multilateral interchange fees, which retailers pay when consumers use a card to shop. Visa and Mastercard are each being sued by hundreds of claimants at London's Competition Appeal Tribunal, which is currently managing the various cases together.
Over the past decade, Visa (NYSE: V) shares have soared 404%, easily beating both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index during the same time. A broad secular trend toward digital payments and away from cash is also a vital part of the investment thesis for this business. Is Visa stock, a proven winner for anyone's portfolio, a buy right now?
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With consistent double-digit revenue growth and an adjusted operating margin of 58% in the first quarter, Mastercard (NYSE: MA) has proven to be a superb and extremely profitable business. Along with Visa, it dominates the industry for card transactions. If you'd invested $1,000 in Mastercard's stock 10 years ago in June 2013, you'd be sitting on a position worth about $6,500 right now.
Whatever the market has in store in the near term, these businesses are laying the groundwork for robust future growth stories.
Shares of PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) have fallen out of favor with investors, down 79% from their all-time high as of this writing. The business was booming during the worst days of the coronavirus pandemic, but with consumer behavior normalizing and economies reopening, PayPal is seeing growth slow dramatically. What's strikingly clear is that the monster growth we saw PayPal post in 2020 and 2021 might never be achieved again.
Although established a lifetime ago in 1966, Mastercard (NYSE: MA) is far from an outdated credit card company. On the contrary, it stands out among the world's most advanced financial technology (fintech) enterprises. It leverages cutting-edge technology to deliver innovative payment solutions globally to consumers, merchants, financial institutions, and governments.
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PURCHASE, N.Y., May 31, 2023--Mastercard (NYSE: MA) announced its participation in the RBC Financial Technology Conference on June 13.
It's been a tough year for American Express (NYSE: AXP) investors. While the S&P 500 has gained more than 8% since the end of 2022, shares of the credit card company are up an anemic 2.3% thanks to a sizable sell-off from February's peak. Just don't come to any sweeping, long-term conclusions about American Express based on the stock's short-term performance.
Visa, along with Mastercard, effectively form a duopoly in the payment-processing market. A recent study shows that Visa (53%) and Mastercard (32%) make up 85% of credit cards. Mastercard is also a terrific company, but Visa's market share is superior.
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