Mastercard Incorporated Class A (MA)

326.64
3.50 1.10
NYSE
Prev Close 330.14
Open 328.00
Day Low/High 323.93 / 328.30
52 Wk Low/High 199.99 / 347.25
Volume 2.66M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1001.06B
Market Cap 328.35B
P/E Ratio 41.94
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Charge Into MasterCard, Thermo Fisher Says Morgan Stanley Manager

Charge Into MasterCard, Thermo Fisher Says Morgan Stanley Manager

MasterCard (MA) shares may be fairly priced, but the company continues to capitalize on the secular trend toward a cashless society.

Cramer: I'm Sticking by EOG, Southwest Is the Only Airline I Like

Cramer: I'm Sticking by EOG, Southwest Is the Only Airline I Like

Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Would You Want Buffett's Big 4?

Each of them is at a tricky stage.

MasterCard Profits Up 17%, Looks to International Expansion

MasterCard Profits Up 17%, Looks to International Expansion

MasterCard (MA) reported strong Q1 earnings boosted by increased consumer card spending.

GDP Growth Slows to a Crawl; March Madness Boosts Time Warner

GDP Growth Slows to a Crawl; March Madness Boosts Time Warner

Stocks opened lower Wednesday after economic growth slowed to a crawl in the first quarter.

Quant Picks: 3 Payments Companies to Add to Your Portfolio Right Now

Quant Picks: 3 Payments Companies to Add to Your Portfolio Right Now

With MasterCard reporting earnings today, let's take a look at some of the best payments companies TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should add to your portfolio, immediately.

Day Ahead: It's All About the Fed

Will rates rise in June or September? Or even later?

FOMC, MasterCard Earnings: What to Watch on Wall Street April 29

FOMC, MasterCard Earnings: What to Watch on Wall Street April 29

On Wednesday, April 29th the FOMC meeting wraps us with an announcement. We also get quarterly results from MasterCard (MA), Time Warner Inc (TWX), and Mondelez International (MDLZ) and more.

Apple Earnings, FOMC: What to Watch on Wall Street for the Week Ahead

Apple Earnings, FOMC: What to Watch on Wall Street for the Week Ahead

For the week of April 27, Wall Street awaits earnings from Apple (AAPL), Twitter (TWTR), Ford (F), CVS Health (CVS), United Parcel Service (UPS), MasterCard (MA), Visa (V) and more.

Bull Chart of the Day: BITA

Bull Chart of the Day: BITA

VALE, EMN, MA and NOW offer similar patterns for setups.

Two 'Tollbooth' Companies

MasterCard and Visa should continue to be cash cows.

Making My Peace With a Happy Market

It's almost comical how welcoming it is these days.

Don't Catch the All-Time-High Fear

Don't Catch the All-Time-High Fear

Also, what to look for with MasterCard and eBay.

Opportunities Exist in REITs and Utilities

Opportunities Exist in REITs and Utilities

PPI report may give Fed room to delay interest rate changes.

3 Stocks Where Free Cash Flow Beckons

Plus, they have guru strategy recommendations.

Cramer: Here's One Airline to Own

This company has a growth formula despite the strong dollar.

The Week Ahead: Watch Retail Sales

The Week Ahead: Watch Retail Sales

We'll also pay attention to a number of food companies reporting.

A Possible Shift From Consumer to Saver

A Possible Shift From Consumer to Saver

Data shows slower new order growth and subdued export demand

From Worry to 'What, Me Worry?'

What brought the market down to begin with has now reversed.

Cramer: What's the Shape of the Oil Recovery?

Let's look at the arguments of U-shaped vs. V-shaped.

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Key themes and events to watch for in the coming week.

Monday Morning Quarterback

We'll have a bad set of facts to deal with Monday morning.

An SPY Play Amid a Bearish Chart

An SPY Play Amid a Bearish Chart

However, buyers have to respect the current price channel.

Apple is Stronger Than the Storm

Corner of Wall & Main on Apple, the Fed and a stronger dollar.

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Busy, busy, busy. Get ready for earnings and data.

Don't Think Like a Trader All the Time

Big money can be made by buying and holding for the outsize gains.

A Requiem for Monitise

A Requiem for Monitise

Lessons learned from a failed trade.

A Requiem for Monitise

When a trade like this occurs, I try to learn from the experience. UBS has reiterated its Buy recommendation in Monitise (MONIF) with a (high) 75 pence price target. It's a lengthy endorsement of the company, but we don't have permission to publish ...

Retail Sales Is Just One Data Point

Other measures suggest a healthier consumer.

Watching From the Sidelines at Kickoff

Better trades will likely come a day or two after earnings reports.