VISA INC.

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Identification

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Ticker
V
CIK0001403161
SIC7389
SectorServices
Industry CategoryBusiness Services
Industry GroupServices – Misc. Business Services

Contact

AddressP.O. BOX 8999, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 94128-8999
Website usa.visa.com
Phone650-432-3200
CEOAlfred F. Kelly
Employees26,500

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Standardized Financials

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Income Statement
Revenue$34.92 billion
Pre-Tax Income$23.18 billion
Net Income$19.11 billion
Net Income to Common$19.11 billion
EPSN/A
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Balance Sheet
Cash$12.95 billion
Assets$91.04 billion
Liabilities$51.31 billion
Common Equity$38.30 billion
Liabilities & Equity$91.04 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
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NOPAT$18.79 billion
EBITDA$38.41 billion
Price to Earnings$24.24
Price to Book$12.09
ROE48.55%
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Latest News

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Visa earnings, job market, stock market trends: Asking for a Trend

Today's episode of Asking for a Trend, hosted by Josh Lipton, delves into earnings reports, market movements, and wage growth trends. The spotlight is on earnings as Visa (V), Mattel (MAT), and Texas Instruments (TXN) released their results after the closing bell. Tesla's (TSLA) recent earnings report is also in focus, with Ark Investment Management chief futurist Brett Winton joining to explain why the automaker's robotaxi plans are currently its most crucial initiative. Yahoo Finance reporter Jared Blikre then analyzes the day's top market takeaways, highlighting the continued momentum of small-cap stocks amid Big Tech earnings season. The show concludes with a look at the job market, examining recent wage growth trends that suggest a cooling in salary increases across various sectors. This post was written by Angel Smith

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Visa (V) Q3 Earnings: How Key Metrics Compare to Wall Street Estimates

Although the revenue and EPS for Visa (V) give a sense of how its business performed in the quarter ended June 2024, it might be worth considering how some key metrics compare with Wall Street estimates and the year-ago numbers.

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Visa misses Q3 revenue estimates in mixed earnings

Visa (V) reported third quarter results that beat analyst expectations on earnings per share ($2.51 actual versus $2.43 estimates) but missing on revenue estimates ($8.9 billion actual versus $8.96 billion expected). Market Domination Overtime's Josh Lipton breask down Visa's latest quarterly earnings figures and what it could represent within the consumer. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime. This post was written by John Lesinski and Luke Carberry Mogan.

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Visa (V) Q3 Earnings Surpass Estimates

Visa (V) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.41% and 0.11%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2024. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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Visa's fiscal third-quarter profits rise 9% as payments become increasingly digital

Payment processing giant Visa Inc. said Tuesday that its fiscal third-quarter profits rose 9% on an adjusted basis, as it benefits from consumers and businesses moving their payments from cash to credit and debit cards. Excluding one-time items, Visa earned $2.42 a share, which was in line with what analysts had expected, according to FactSet. Visa earns a fee from every transaction processed on its network.

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