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Visa Inc (V.N)

V.N on New York Stock Exchange

141.33USD
17 Aug 2018
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$0.68 (+0.48%)
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Tue, Aug 14 2018

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U.S. hedge funds bet on retail, tech in second-quarter as economy sizzled

Prominent hedge fund managers appeared to make big second-quarter bets that the U.S. economy would continue to expand despite increasing concerns about a broadening trade dispute between the United States and China, regulatory filings showed Tuesday. | Video

Crimea's Genbank to stop providing services via Visa and MasterCard

MOSCOW, Aug 11 Russian lender Genbank, which focuses on Crimea, said it will stop providing services to clients who hold Visa and MasterCard cards in August.

Visa tops profit estimates on higher consumer spending

Visa Inc , the world's largest payments network, topped analysts' estimates for third-quarter profit on Wednesday, as an expanding U.S. economy encouraged more people to spend using their credit and debit cards.

Visa tops profit estimates on higher consumer spending

Visa Inc, the world's largest payments network, topped analysts' estimates for third-quarter profit on Wednesday, as an expanding U.S. economy encouraged more people to spend using their credit and debit cards.

UPDATE 1-Visa tops profit estimates on higher consumer spending

July 25 Visa Inc, the world's largest payments network, topped analysts' estimates for third-quarter profit on Wednesday, as an expanding U.S. economy encouraged more people to spend using their credit and debit cards.

Visa quarterly profit rises 13 pct

July 25 Visa Inc, the world's largest payments network, on Wednesday posted a 13 percent rise in quarterly profit, as strong economic growth globally helped fuel a booming credit card market.

UK heatwave, World Cup snap consumers out of winter gloom - Visa

LONDON British consumers picked up the pace of their spending in June for the second month running, the first back-to-back increases in over a year, a survey showed on Monday, another sign that the economy is past its weak start to 2018. | Video

Visa, Mastercard close to settling issues over card-swipe fees: WSJ

Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc are close to settling a long-running antitrust lawsuit with merchants over the fees they pay when they accept card payments, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Visa, Mastercard close to settling issues over card-swipe fees - WSJ

Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc are close to settling a long-running antitrust lawsuit with merchants over the fees they pay when they accept card payments, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

UPDATE 2-Visa, Mastercard close to settling issues over card-swipe fees - WSJ

June 28 Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc are close to settling a long-running antitrust lawsuit with merchants over the fees they pay when they accept card payments, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

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