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Mastercard Incorporated (MA)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
354.57+5.25 (+1.50%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
354.00 -0.57 (-0.16%)
After hours: 07:55PM EDT
  • Dividend

    MA announced a cash dividend of 0.57 with an ex-date of Apr. 5, 2023

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Previous Close349.32
Bid351.50 x 800
Ask354.54 x 900
Day's Range350.83 - 356.20
52 Week Range276.87 - 390.00
Avg. Volume2,832,111
Market Cap337.991B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.11
PE Ratio (TTM)34.63
EPS (TTM)10.24
Earnings DateApr 26, 2023 - May 01, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield2.28 (0.65%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 05, 2023
1y Target Est424.94
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