Shares of Mastercard fell 2.82% to $315.14 at 14:12 EST on Friday, following last session’s upward trend. NYSE Composite is sliding 2.06% to $14,367.02, following last session’s upward trend, This seems, as yet, an all-around rough trend exchanging session today.
Mastercard’s last close was $324.28, 16.54% under its 52-week high of $367.25.
The company’s growth estimates for the current quarter is a negative 10.4% and positive 40.4% for the next.
Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth declined by 14.1%, now sitting on 15.59B for the twelve trailing months.
Mastercard’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a positive 2.79%, a negative 0.63%, and a negative 0.30%, respectively.
Mastercard’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 2.18%, 2.54%, and 2.44%, respectively.
Mastercard’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value
Mastercard’s stock is valued at $315.14 at 14:12 EST, way below its 52-week high of $367.25 and way above its 52-week low of $199.99.
Mastercard’s Moving Average
Mastercard’s value is under its 50-day moving average of $337.19 and below its 200-day moving average of $331.36.
Previous days news about Mastercard
Visa and Mastercard stocks downgraded at keybanc. According to MarketWatch on Wednesday, 27 January, “KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Josh Beck downgraded shares of Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. to sector weight from overweight, writing that there could be more challenges ahead for the payments giants as they navigate the pandemic. “, “He maintained his “favorable long-term bias on the secular opportunity for digital payments, management execution, and competitive moat.” Mastercard is due to report fourth-quarter earnings Thursday morning while Visa delivers its own numbers Thursday afternoon. “
Mastercard sees online spending countering overseas travel slump. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thursday, 28 January, “Cross-border fees at Mastercard plummeted 40% as consumers around the globe remained limited by travel advisories and lockdowns meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. “, “Purchase, New York-based Mastercard set aside $2.3 billion in incentives to lure banks and retailers to route transactions over its network.”