Visa Stock: What Wall Street Analysts Have to Say
Out of 37 analysts covering Visa (V), five or 13.51% have rated the stock a “hold.” “Buy” ratings have been given by 15 analysts’ (40.54%) and “strong buy” rating have been given by 17 analysts or 45.95%.
Wall Street analysts have given a one-year price target of $110.00 per share for Visa stock (V). The target represents an increase of 4.46% from the current stock price.
As of September 30, 2016, Visa (V) has reported a total asset balance of $64.03 billion. As of June 30, 2017, the company managed to report a total asset balance of $64.00 billion.
Visa (V) reported total operating expenses of $5.56 billion from fiscal 1Q16 to fiscal 3Q16 and $4.57 billion from fiscal 1Q17 to fiscal 3Q17, representing a substantial fall of 18%.
Visa (V) has reported net operating revenues amounting to $10.8 billion from fiscal 1Q16 to fiscal 3Q16 and $13.5 billion from fiscal 1Q17 to fiscal 3Q17, reflecting an increase of 25%.
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American Express’s (AXP) international consumer and network services division saw a marginal rise in its income between 1H16 and 1H17, from $416 million to $427 million, reflecting a marginal 3% rise.…
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