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March 13, 2013
08:58 EDTVVisa says U.S. aggregate payments volume grew 3% from prior year in Jan./Feb.
Visa disclosed select data from January 1 through February 28 in a regulatory filing in advance of its planned investor discussions around payments volume, cross border volume and processed transactions growth at the Credit Suisse Annual Global Services Conference Visa stated that from January 1 through February 28, U.S. aggregate payments volume growth was positive 3% versus U.S. aggregate payments volume for the prior year period. Visa added: "Further broken down, U.S. credit payments volume growth was positive 11% and debit payments volume growth was negative 3%. Cross border volume growth on a constant dollar basis was positive 10% globally over the prior year period. Processed transactions growth was positive 4% globally over the prior year period."
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December 17, 2014
08:31 EDTVVisa MasterCard shares undervalued, says Bernstein
Bernstein believes that the current valuations of Visa (V) and MasterCard (MA) suggests that their payments volumes growth will decelerate to 6%-7% by 2017. The firm disagrees with this view, as it expects the companies to generate double digit volume growth for five to ten more years, Bernstein keeps Outperform ratings on both stocks.
December 8, 2014
14:50 EDTVVisa price target raised to $295 from $260 at Argus
Argus raised its FY15 and FY16 adjusted EPS estimates for Visa (V) and correspondingly increased its price target on the stock to $295 from $260. The firm, which keeps a Buy rating on Visa, expects rising transaction volume to lead to higher consensus earnings estimates and believes the stock should trade at a higher multiple than peer MasterCard (MA), given its faster EPS growth rate and more consistent earnings performance.
06:13 EDTVStocks with implied volatility below IV index mean; WFM V
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