Visa

NYSE: V
$225.79
-$0.62 (-0.3%)
Closing price April 19, 2021
These five BofA Securities stock picks make sense for investors who are looking to stay in the game but concerned about the lofty multiples across the stock market. These companies should benefit...
Another week of earnings continues with four of the Dow 30 stocks and a premier U.S. steelmaker reporting results in the next couple of days.
The Wednesday afternoon analyst calls were focused on AMD, GameStop, Starbucks, Square, Visa and more.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of those Dow companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this week, including Apple, Boeing, Microsoft and Verizon.
These four fintech stocks are not only recommended by the UBS team now for exposure to one of the fastest-growing industries globally, but they look like solid ideas for 2021 and going forward in...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, Albertsons, DuPont, Exxon Mobil, Home Depot, KB Home, Mastercard, Palantir and Twitter.
Roughly a third of the Dow Jones industrial average components are scheduled to report their latest quarterly reports this week.
Now that the third quarter has concluded, it is time to brace for another earnings-reporting season. Are these nine Dow Jones industrials poised to have explosive upside if there are any positive...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Express, AT&T, CRISPR Therapeutics, DocuSign, ONEOK, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Shopify and Tesla.
Monday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included ADP Automatic Data Processing, Carrier Global, Darden Restaurants, KLA, Lam Research, Oracle, Snowflake, Southern, Tilray, UPS and Visa.
Here is how the Dow Jones industrial average can still continue to rise and hit the 30,000 mark by year's end.
Buffett had been a huge holder of Wells Fargo's stock over time. The latest reputational damage has proved to be too much for the Oracle of Omaha, and whatever his tax ramifications are he has...
24/7 Wall St. has put together a list of well-known, mostly very large, publicly traded corporations that are a combination of safe harbor stocks and stocks in powerful tech firms.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apache, Abbott Labs, Box, Dick's Sporting Goods, Lululemon Athletica, NetApp, PayPal, Square, ViacomCBS and Visa.
Whether it's a bull or a bear market is still up for debate, with the economy still in a recession. What is not up for debate is whether the investing community cares what Warren Buffett is saying...