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Payments, paints, and protein. These three companies play important roles in meeting global demand in their industries. That should remain the case for at least the next half-century.
Of the 41 analysts who cover Visa, 35 have the equivalent of a Buy rating on shares, and six have Hold ratings, according to FactSet. Mastercard gets similar reviews on Wall Street, save for a single sell rating, from Sandler O’Neill analyst Chris Donat. Mastercard’s shares have doubled since he placed a Sell rating on the stock in October 2014.
Mastercard (MA) is being analyzed by 39 analysts in November 2017. Seventeen of them have rated the stock a “strong buy,” and 18 have rated it a “buy.”
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It’s been a great year for big payments names. Mastercard shares are up 45% so far in 2017, and Visa shares are up 42%. PayPal is the ultimate winner, with its stock up 87%. Despite these gains, Bernstein’s ...
The total purchase volumes for Mastercard (MA), including the United States, stood at $981 billion in 3Q17, compared to $881 billion in 3Q16.
In Mastercard's most recent conference call, the company once again showed strong growth from an unlikely source, secured new deals, and highlighted a massive opportunity.
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In 3Q17, Mastercard (MA) reported cross-border volume fees of $1.2 billion, compared to $996 million in 3Q16, which implies a YoY rise of 15% on a currency-neutral basis.
In 3Q17, Mastercard (MA) reported net revenues of $3.4 billion, compared to $2.9 billion in 3Q16, reflecting a YoY rise of 17% on a currency-neutral basis.
Mastercard (MA) reported its 3Q17 earnings on October 31, 2017. EPS (earnings per share) came in at $1.34, which was above Wall Street analysts’ estimate of $1.23.
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