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Stocks hold lower as third-quarter earnings season barrels forward with a dump of quarterly reports on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks were once again in the red after a choppy morning Tuesday as a sales warning from Under Armour dragged down other apparel stocks.
Visa's (V) stock rating was cut to 'neutral' at Guggenheim this morning.
Stocks return to the red on Tuesday morning as a sales warning from Under Armour drags on other apparel stocks.
We expect future outperformance to be driven by upward earnings revisions.
Visa reports 2016 fourth-quarter earnings Oct. 24 and investors will be looking to hear more about new CEO Al Kelly's plans for running the company.
Given Visa's streak of earnings beats and momentum, it would be a mistake to part with this winner.
Stock futures are higher on Tuesday as investors process a rush of earnings ahead of the most-anticipated report from Apple after the closing bell.
Today Visa (NYSE:V), announced it is accelerating the adoption of secure, digital payments by allowing third party partners to offer Visa Token Service (VTS).
U.S. stock futures are rising ahead of earnings from Apple, General Motors and Under Armour; Netflix CEO Reed Hastings offers his qualified support of AT&T's deal to buy Time Warner.
Visa tops analysts estimates as the payment technology company grows its payment volume by 47% from the prior year.
Stocks closed with gains on Monday as T-Mobile led the Nasdaq amid better-than-expected earnings, while B/E Aerospace soared following announcement of its acquisition by Rockwell Collins.
Visa (V) reported earnings and revenue that were higher than analysts' estimates for the 2016 fiscal fourth quarter after Monday's market close.
Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) today announced financial results for the Company's fiscal fourth quarter and full-year 2016, ended September 30, 2016.
Stocks stay in the green Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher, while manufacturing orders rise.
Visa (NYSE:V) today announced that Visa Checkout is opening its platform to partners - allowing them to integrate the easy and secure payment service into digital wallets for online payments.
Stocks pop on Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher, while manufacturing orders rose.
Stock futures are rising on Monday on news of an AT&T deal with Time Warner and a mix of other mergers and deal talk.
MONEY20/20 - Visa (NYSE:V) and Intel® today announced a collaboration agreement to help bring world-class payment and data security technologies to the growing world of connected devices—from personal computers...
AT&T agrees to buy Time Warner; Rockwell Collins reaches deal to buy B/E Aerospace; U.S. stock futures rise amid the M&A activity.
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For the week of October 24, investors await quarterly results from a slew of major companies, including Apple, along with the first estimate of third quarter GDP.
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The online payments giant's willingness to take smaller cuts of transactions for the sake of larger overall payment volume is paying off, as shown by its 2017 and three-year guidance.
M&A may dominate headlines, but investors need to watch earnings as well, says Jim Cramer.
Flood of earnings, data and reports restrains the market, with no help from Wednesday's debate. We added to one of our portfolio positions.