MasterCard Inc




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Industry CategoryFinancial Services
Industry GroupCredit Services


CEOMichael E. Miebach

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Standardized Financials


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Income Statement
Revenue$21.21 billion
Pre-Tax Income$11.47 billion
Net Income$9.78 billion
Net Income to Common$9.78 billion
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Balance Sheet
Cash$7.63 billion
Assets$37.61 billion
Liabilities$31.17 billion
Common Equity$6.36 billion
Liabilities & Equity$37.61 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
NOPAT$9.80 billion
EBITDA$13.81 billion
Price to Earnings$36.90
Price to Book$56.76
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Latest News


Intrinio provides up-to-date news articles on every US company from various sources. Here are several examples:

Visa and Mastercard Show Once Again Why Hyperinflation Fears Are Overblown

With inflation readings hitting levels not seen in multiple decades, rising shelter, energy, and food prices have started to negatively affect the American economy. Over the last couple of months, consumer prices have begun to stabilize, indicating that the worst of inflation may be over. Here's what hyperinflation means and why these fears are totally overblown (at least in the United States).

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Have $2,000? 2 Market-Crash-Ready Stocks to Buy

This means you need a diversified portfolio of stocks that react differently in various market environments. During times of market turbulence, you often hear about investors taking "a flight to quality." Over that same timeframe, credit card company Mastercard (NYSE: MA) only fell about 2%.

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Mastercard (NYSE:MA) Seems To Use Debt Rather Sparingly

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