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Visa: As Always, Expectations Have Exceeded

Apr. 27, 2023 1:48 AM ETVisa Inc. (V)6 Comments
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Eugenio Catone


  • Visa continues to grow in double digits despite the tough macroeconomic environment.
  • The net income margin continues to be among the best in the world.
  • Growing dividends and buybacks keep rewarding shareholders.

Visa Plans Largest IPO In U.S. History

Justin Sullivan

This is not news, but Visa (NYSE:V) once again beat analysts' estimates, and not by a small margin:

  • EPS was $2.09 versus $1.99 expected.
  • Revenues were $8 billion versus $7.80 billion expected.

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Comments (6)

V is a good growth company and usually meets or exceeds analyst expectations.
I am long V.
Apple's BNPL doesn't use the v or MA network.

If BNPL becomes more popular by attracting large amounts of money with Apple high interest deposits, will it have a significant impact on v and ma earnings in the future?
ggman profile picture
@mikeran as far as i know they use MA network for BNPL
ChuckXX profile picture
@mikeran My response to that is both V & MA now have their own BNPL programs. Plus the rewards programs from both companies are more diverse and in most cases much better than Apples. People are very savvy shoppers.
@ggman Thanks bro.
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