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Mastercard Incorporated (MA)

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111.00+0.26 (+0.23%)
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Previous Close110.74
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Day's Range110.20 - 111.00
52 Week Range85.93 - 111.07
Avg. Volume3,491,266
Market Cap119.74B
PE Ratio (TTM)30.08
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.88 (0.79%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Banks and retailers reignite the debit card fee war. It's hard to know who to root for
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    Yahoo Finance2 days ago

    Banks and retailers reignite the debit card fee war. It's hard to know who to root for

    When you swipe a debit card at a store, the bank or card issuer charges the retailer a fee, which is capped by the Federal Reserve. Before the Dodd-Frank Act was passed in 2010, companies like Visa (V) and Mastercard (MA) could set those fees, which critics alleged were anticompetitive and could be price-fixed. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), a chief critic, added the regulation, now known as the Durbin Amendment.

  • Barrons.com19 hours ago

    [$$] Mastercard, Visa to See 'Minimal Risk' From New European Rules

    Evercore ISI This afternoon, the European Banking Authority (EBA) released the final draft of Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and bank application program interfaces (APIs). SCA, a critical aspect of PSD2 or revised Payments Systems Directive, adds steps to the e-commerce checkout process with the goal of increasing security. Investor concerns on SCA have been that these additional steps to complete an e-commerce payment transaction could represent a potential headwind to Mastercard and Visa’s European e-commerce transaction volumes beginning in late 2018.

  • Barrons.com20 hours ago

    Why PayPal Has a Growing Set of Believers

    Visa and Mastercard have been solid big-stock investments in recent years, thanks to their dominant payment networks and the fact that they don’t face the risks of loaning money to consumers. It’s a profitable and fairly stable business that rarely disappoints in terms of financial results – the kind of business that investors have learned to love. One veteran payments analyst says PayPal can join the ranks of Mastercard and Visa, in terms of predictable earnings and reliable stock returns.