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With the growing adoption of electronic payments in emerging markets, global issuance of payment cards is projected to grow 36% to 18.3 billion during 2011-2016.
PayPal Holdings, Inc.
American Express Company
Global Payments Inc.
FleetCor Technologies, Inc.
Total System Services, Inc.
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.
Euronet Worldwide, Inc.
ACI Worldwide, Inc.
Green Dot Corporation
Net 1 UEPS Technologies, Inc.
VeriFone Systems, Inc.
Let's dive into three tech stocks that we found using our Zacks Stock Screener that growth investors might want to consider buying during Q3 2019 earnings season...
PayPal (PYPL) third-quarter 2019 results are anticipated to reflect portfolio strength. However, losses from investments in MercadoLibre and Uber have weighed on the results.
FleetCor Technologies (FLT) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.
Wall Street stocks dipped early Friday following solid earnings from Coca-Cola and American Express that were offset by a weak Chinese economic report and uncertainty over Brexit. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched a charm offensive to sell his Brexit deal to skeptical MPs ahead of a weekend vote that is expected to be tight. Dow member Coca-Cola gained 1.4 percent as it lifted some full-year revenue and profit targets following increased profits in the third quarter.
American Express (AXP) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.48% and 0.34%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
American Express's third-quarter profits rose by 8%, the credit card company said Friday, as its members spent more on its eponymous cards and more carried a balance. The results came in slightly above analysts' estimates, who were looking for per-share results of $2.07 per share, according to Zacks Investment Research. AmEx card members spent more on their cards this quarter, and the company was able to grow customers despite raising the annual fees on its cards in recent months.
New York-based AmEx, for long the preferred choice of affluent Americans for credit cards, however, quelled investor concerns with its ninth straight quarter of foreign exchange adjusted revenue growth of at least 8%. U.S. big banks' quarterly results also showed that American consumers are helping to prop up the economy, even as recession fears have led businesses to pull back on spending and borrowing. In the (fourth quarter), we expect revenue growth to continue with the strong levels we have seen," Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Campbell told analysts on a post-earnings conference call.
Investing.com - American Express (NYSE:AXP) reported third quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Friday and revenue that topped forecasts.
Investing.com -- China's economy grew at its slowest rate in nearly 30 years in the third quarter, and Boris Johnson is battling to get his Brexit deal through a recalcitrant House of Commons, while Saudi Arabia has postponed the IPO of national company Saudi Aramco - again. Here's what you need to know in financial markets on Friday, 18th October.
While you might expect such aggressive advertising copy from a streetwear brand like Nike, Supreme or Adidas, these images are actually from a new ad campaign for Curve, a card that acts like wallet but is not a wallet, but is also kept in your wallet. The credit/debit card amalgamator has had its fair share of headlines in the past. In recent times, we looked at its rather fuzzy crowdfunding campaign, while it has had a long running spat with American Express that came to a head in February this year.
Although Zuckerberg was banking on Libra, the cryptocurrency project has landed on shaky ground. Here's a rundown of its challenges this month.
Twitter (TWTR) stock has surged roughly 40% in 2019 to fall just behind Facebook's (FB) 45%. Despite the run of success, Twitter shares remain an enigma to many on Wall Street...
As U.S. President Donald Trump hammers out a partial trade deal with China, Washington is moving forward on another front: India.