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How Mastercard Beat Earnings, Revenue Estimates in 3Q17

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How Mastercard Beat Earnings, Revenue Estimates in 3Q17 PART 6 OF 8

Behind the Rise in Mastercard’s Purchase Volumes in 3Q17

YoY rise

The total purchase volumes for Mastercard (MA), including the United States, stood at $981 billion in 3Q17, compared to $881 billion in 3Q16. The YoY (year-over-year) rise was mainly due to a rise in other countries, excluding the United States.

Behind the Rise in Mastercard’s Purchase Volumes in 3Q17

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The total purchase volumes in other countries (excluding the United States) rose from $555 billion in 3Q16 to $634 billion in 3Q17. Purchase volumes in the United States rose from $327 billion in 3Q16 to $347 billion in 3Q17.

On a trailing 12-month (or TTM) basis, Mastercard has levered free cash flow of $5.0 billion. Its peers (XLF) Euronet Worldwide (EEFT), Visa (V), and Western Union (WU) have reported levered free cash flows of $0.21 billion, $7.3 billion, and $1.3 billion, respectively, on a TTM basis.

Credit programs

Purchase volumes related to Mastercard’s credit and charge programs, including the United States, rose from $600 billion in 3Q16 to $654 billion in 3Q17. That YoY rise was mostly due to the rise in purchase volumes from other countries, excluding the United States.

Debit programs

Mastercard’s purchase volumes related to debit programs, including the United States, have risen from $282 billion in 3Q16 to $328 billion in 3Q17. The majority of the rise was contributed by other countries, excluding the United States.

Purchase volumes related to debit programs from other countries, excluding the United States, rose from $129 billion in 3Q16 to $168 billion in 3Q17. Debit programs related to purchase volumes in the United States rose from $152 billion in 3Q16 to $160 billion in 3Q17.

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