Mastercard Incorporated - Class A

NYSE: MA
$467.79
-$1.38 (-0.3%)
Closing price April 11, 2024
Mastercard Incorporated is a global technology firm specializing in payment processing and related services. It offers a wide array of products such as credit, debit, and prepaid cards, as well as innovative solutions like Virtual Card Numbers for secure online payments, and Mastercard Send for quick money transfers. The company caters to individuals, merchants, financial institutions, and governments, providing tools for easier access to funds, optimizing payments, and enhancing working capital. Founded in 1966 and based in Purchase, New York, Mastercard is known for its commitment to advancing payment security and efficiency worldwide.
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