|Bid||135.74 x 800|
|Ask||135.71 x 800|
|Day's range||135.52 - 136.68|
|52-week range||93.19 - 136.68|
|PE ratio (TTM)||34.32|
|Earnings date||18 Jul 2018 - 23 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.84 (0.62%)|
|1y target est||143.76|
Tech companies, banks and fintech startups have all tried to wean consumers off physical cards. Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. are in the early stages of adding fingerprint sensors to cards, a move they believe will help lower fraudulent purchases in stores. When consumers activate their cards, they place a finger on a fingerprint sensor on the card.
Visa CFO sees opportunities in contactless payments and b-to-b offeringsPatrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg“Right now, we’re well-positioned to go on the offensive,” Visa CFO Vasant Prabhu told MarketWatch. Visa Inc. (XNYS:V) and Mastercard Inc. (MA) continue to charge ahead, with their stocks trading near record highs as the payments giants find new ways to enlist newcomers in their fight against cash and check. PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL) was once thought of as a threat to the card companies, but partnership arrangements struck a few quarters back mean that Visa and Mastercard stand to benefit from PayPal’s growth.
As the Dow comes under pressure again, one technician is taking the opportunity to break open the index for the names to buy on weakness.
Verizon was the only DJIA member trading significantly in the green on Tuesday. Deutsche Bank upgraded the wireless maker, saying shares were cheap.
The Home Office has announced new "startup visas" for people who want to found their own business. The new route will make the visa process faster and smoother for entrepreneurs coming to the UK, the department said. It will replace a visa route which was exclusively for graduates, potentially opening it up to a wider pool of people.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is less than a week away, with the first game between the host country and Saudi Arabia scheduled to kick off at 11 a.m. ET on Thursday, June 14 on Fox (FOXA). Now that World Cup fever has started to truly set in, let's take a look at how some of the biggest FIFA and World Cup sponsors have performed.
Lobbyists for Walmart Inc. and other retailers are joining forces with companies that process payments in the latest battle over the $90 billion that U.S. merchants pay banks annually to process credit and debit-card charges. Trade groups including the National Retail Federation plan to announce this week that they’ve joined with Washington advocates for companies such as First Data Corp. They want regulators and lawmakers to give more companies a say in setting standards for card security and new payment technologies. “We want a seat at the table,” said Doug Kantor, a lobbyist at Steptoe & Johnson who is leading the new group, called Secure Payments Partnership.
Earnings out of Smucker and the weekly reading on unemployment insurance claims will be highlights in what sets up to be a fairly slow day for investors on Thursday.
An analysis of the Management Top 250 finds that financial-services companies are lagging when it comes to customer satisfaction. and Visa Inc. are the only financial-services companies that rank in the top 15% or so of the Management Top 250’s measure of effectiveness in customer satisfaction.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Visa, Medtronic, Salesforce, Dollar General and Martin Marietta
The round, which brings Marqeta's total funding raised to $116 million, was led by venture capital firm ICONIQ Capital, according to a statement from the companies. Marqeta is also backed by Visa Inc (V.N). Marqeta will use the funding to grow the business and expand operations internationally, Chief Executive Officer Jason Gardner said in an interview.
ASCHHEIM ( MUNICH ), Germany , June 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- - Retailers to benefit from comprehensive analytics tools - Financial technology platform for FinTechs - Extension of Card Issuance Wirecard, ...
Shares of mobile payment company Square (SQ) rose over 23% in May and closed at $58.25. The stock is currently trading at $59.41, which is 165% higher than its 52-week low of $22.41 and 1.4% lower than its 52-week high of $60.26.
AMSTERDAM--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- FinTechs in Europe first to take advantage of new fast-track Visa program Enables simple, rapid onboarding for start-ups in as little as four weeks $100m investment program ...
Visa (NYSE:V) today announced two new programs designed to support European FinTechs who are developing the next generation of digital payment solutions. Starting in July, FinTech start-ups based in Europe can onboard to Visa’s global network in as little as four weeks. The new FinTech fast-track program provides rapid onboarding and reduced fees to help early stage start-ups gain access to the capabilities that lie within Visa’s global network to power their own ideas.
Visa (Xetra: A0NC7B - news) says it is now "working normally" after a technical issue left millions of customers unable to pay for goods and services. The financial services company also said that its customers "should not be charged" if transactions did not complete during the disruption on Friday. "The technical issue we experienced yesterday has been resolved.
Visa rules out hacking, says ‘hardware failure’ caused outageBloombergVisa Inc. says a “hardware failure” caused a service disruption in Europe affecting payment providers across the continent. Credit-card networks talk of hopes for a cash-free society, but a Visa Inc. outage in Europe Friday showed that vision wasn’t quite ready for prime time.