|Bid||120.78 x 400|
|Ask||121.68 x 100|
|Day's Range||119.71 - 120.35|
|52 Week Range||80.76 - 120.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||42.89|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.78 (0.65%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Short interest is moderate for V with between 5 and 10% of shares outstanding currently on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices.
Visa, the largest U.S. card network, is ditching the signature required for customers to make debit and credit-card purchases.
A little less than a month ago, I suggested new entries into Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) were a bad idea. While the company is actually doing quite well, Square stock itself appeared to be toying with a sizable pullback. Then just a few days later, proving that nothing is ever etched in stone, Square stock also flight.
Visa Inc. will stop requiring signatures for purchases made in North America using chip-card technology, a significant win for big brick-and-mortar retailers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that could help ...
Visa (V) is being tracked by 41 analysts in January 2018. Eighteen of them are suggesting a “strong buy,” and 19 are recommending a “buy.” Four are suggesting a “hold.” These ratings have remained constant for the last two months. Of the 40 analysts tracking Visa in October 2017, 18 recommended a “strong buy,” 17 recommended a “buy,” and five recommended a “hold.” The company could attract more favorable ratings in fiscal 2018 on the back of a favorable outlook for the digital world.
New European rules on online payments and banking due to go into effect on Saturday mark the start of a "slow burn" revolution that will prise open traditional retail banking and may force lenders to rethink their business models, regulators say. The Payments Services Directive 2 (PSD2), which allows retailers and consumers to bypass banks by authorising payments directly from personal accounts, among other things, aims to cut costs and increase choice by widening the range of firms offering financial services. The European Union rules, which also reflect rapid advances in technology in banking like the use of smart phones, open the door to "fintech" online applications like Money Dashboard, Plum and Moneybox, as well as established retail giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Since e-commerce is making its space in the global economy, all the issues that were there in physical transactions are being eliminated. Visa’s (V) partnership with Square (SQ) is being looked on positively. In a conference call, Visa’s management highlighted Square’s contribution to the digital world.
In a conference on November 29, 2017, Vasant Prabhu, Visa’s (V) CFO (chief financial officer), stated that the company’s acquisition strategy focuses on businesses that add value. At the conference, management also reflected a positive view regarding the Visa Europe acquisition. Visa has stated that it doesn’t make investments in businesses just for the sake of revenue growth.
Visa (V), a giant in the payments industry, has reached an inflection point, according to Vasant Prabhu, the company’s CFO (chief financial officer). The company also believes that opportunities still prevail in regard to digitizing payments, which could benefit the company in the long term. A high estimate and low estimate for Visa’s fiscal 1Q18 revenues by Wall Street analysts are $5.3 billion and $4.7 billion, respectively.
Visa Inc said on Monday it would increase contributions to its U.S.-based employees' retirement savings plans as the world's largest payment processor benefits from a new tax law. The company will increase ...
(Reuters) - Visa Inc (V.N) said on Monday it would increase contributions to its U.S.-based employees' retirement savings plans as the world's largest payment processor benefits from a new tax law. The ...
The inchoate cryptocurrency sector on Friday approach a total value of three-quarters of a trillion dollars
The world of payments is ripe for disruption, and Bernstein's Lisa Ellis recently outlined what she said are the top 10 disruptive forces in the payments business. There's much money to be made as the ...