MA

Mastercard
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341.32
-1.07
-0.31%
After Hours: 342.00 +0.68 +0.20% 19:59 11/25 EST
OPEN
343.71
PREV CLOSE
342.39
HIGH
343.71
LOW
339.34
VOLUME
2.54M
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52 WEEK HIGH
367.25
52 WEEK LOW
199.99
MARKET CAP
340.27B
P/E (TTM)
51.43
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Will Mastercard's (MA) Revenues Gain From Solid Holiday Sales?
Rise in online sales this holiday season is likely to expand volumes for Mastercard's (MA) U.S. business.
Zacks · 5h ago
Mastercard (MA) Brings Tokenization Service to SBI Card App
Mastercard (MA) enters into alliance with SBI Card, which will utilize the former's tokenization platform to introduce contactless payments on the SBI Card app.
Zacks · 6h ago
Crypto Boom Shaken as Bitcoin Plunges Along With Other Coins
(Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin and other digital currencies plunged Thursday, a slide likely to stoke speculation about the durability of the boom in cryptocurrencies.Bitcoin slumped as much as 8.7%, the most since early August, while digital coins like Ether also tumbled. The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index at one point slid more than 6%.“Conditions are very massively overbought and bound for a correction,” said Vijay Ayyar, head of business development with crypto exchange Luno in Singapore. “So I don’t think it’s unusual frankly.”Even with the retreat, Bitcoin has more than doubled this year and until recently was knocking on the door of the record high of $19,511 set in 2017. Crypto believers tout purchases by retail investors, institutions and even billionaires, as well as the search for a hedge against dollar weakness amid the pandemic, as reasons why the boom can last.Skeptics argue the cryptocurrency’s famed volatility portends a repeat of what happened three years ago, when a bubble burst spectacularly. Some see signs of retail investors piling in to chase momentum for fast gains, storing up an inevitable reckoning.Bitcoin dipped 5.4% as of 3:07 p.m. in Tokyo to about $17,856, while Ether was more than 8% lower at about $528.Concern about the possibility of tighter U.S. crypto rules, as well as profit taking, help explain Thursday’s price drop across most major digital assets, said Ryan Rabaglia, global head of trading at OSL brokerage in Hong Kong.“It’s also not unusual to see a short-term pullback following periods of significant, accelerated gains as traders look to take profits before resetting once volatility subsides,” he said. “Once the dust settles, we’re back to business as usual with all medium to long-term bullish indicators still in play.”Proponents of digital assets say the current focus on cryptocurrencies compared with three years ago is different because of growing institutional interest, for instance from the likes of Fidelity Investments and JPMorgan Chase & Co.Just this week, Van Eck Associates Corp. launched a Bitcoin exchange-traded note on the Deutsche Boerse Xetra exchange. In October, PayPal Holdings Inc. said it would allow its customers access to cryptocurrencies.There is also a buzz around Ethereum, the most-actively used blockchain in the world, which is set for a network upgrade that would allow it to process a similar number of transactions as Mastercard Inc. and Visa Inc. The shift to the new system could curb the total supply of Ether, whose price has quadrupled so far this year.Luno’s Ayyar said he expects Bitcoin to stabilize and achieve all-time highs. But that would be followed by a larger drop in the cryptocurrency, he said.(Updates with brokerage comment from the seventh paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 15h ago
Americans are hoarding credit card reward points
CNBC's Kate Rooney reports that Americans hoarding their rewards point is a sign people are waiting till they can travel again before they use them up.
CNBC.com · 1d ago
Mastercard (MA) Announces Key Business Metrics for November
Mastercard (MA) is witnessing a consistent trend in spending. Per the company, most markets remain in the normalization phase, domestically, with a handful advancing toward growth.
Zacks · 1d ago
Finance Leaders Cairns, Hildebrand, Cœuré Share Their Resolutions for 2021
Bloomberg · 1d ago
Mastercard says spending levels are steady, most markets in 'normalization' phase
Mastercard (MA) observes relatively steady spending levels and believes most markets remain in the "normalization phase" domestically with some approaching "growth," according to its Q4 operating metrics update.Switched volume growth
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Master Card Gives Updated Q4 Metrics For Most Recent Week In November
-https://investor.mastercard.com/investor-news/investor-news-details/2020/Mastercard-Updates-Fourth-Quarter-2020-Operating-Metrics/default.aspx 
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Analyst Price Target
The average MA stock price target is 356.29 with a high estimate of 415.00 and a low estimate of 315.00.
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Institutional Holdings
Institutions: 2.77K
Institutional Holdings: 805.35M
% Owned: 80.78%
Shares Outstanding: 996.93M
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Key Executives
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Richard Haythornthwaite
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Michael Miebach
Chief Executive Officer
Ajaypal Banga
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Ann Cairns
Chief Financial Officer
Sachin Mehra
Corporate Executive
Mark Barnett
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Ajay Bhalla
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Gilberto Caldart
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Carlo Enrico
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Michael Froman
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Hai Ling
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Raghu Malhotra
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Edward McLaughlin
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Javier Perez
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Ari Sarker
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Andrea Scerch
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Raj Seshadri
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Paul Stoddart
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Craig Vosburg
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Michael Fraccaro
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Raja Rajamannar
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Timothy Murphy
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Kevin Stanton
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Richard Davis
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Steven Freiberg
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Julius Genachowski
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Choon Phong Goh
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Merit Janow
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Oki Matsumoto
Independent Director
Youngme Moon
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Rima Qureshi
Independent Director
Jose Reyes Lagunes
Independent Director
Gabrielle Sulzberger
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Jackson Tai
Independent Director
Lance Uggla
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About MA
Mastercard Incorporated is a technology company that connects consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and businesses across the world, enabling them to use electronic forms of payment. The Company allows user to make payments by creating a range of payment solutions and services using its brands, which include MasterCard, Maestro and Cirrus. The Company provides a range of products and solutions that support payment products, which customers can offer to their cardholders. The Company's services facilitate transactions on its core network among account holders, merchants, financial institutions, businesses, governments and other organizations in markets globally. The Company's products include consumer credit, consumer debit, prepaid and commercial. It also provides integrated offerings such as cyber and intelligence products, information and analytics services, consulting, loyalty and reward programs and processing solutions.
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