Visa’s (NYSE: V) adjusted EPS and revenue declined 23% and 17%, respectively in its third quarter of 2020. However, both bottom and top line numbers beat the market’s view by a slight margin. Visa stock slid about 1% in the after-hours session.
On a nominal basis, payments volume slipped 12% annually and processed transactions declined 13%.
The payments operator didn’t provide fiscal 2020 outlook due to the current uncertain environment.
Rival Mastercard (NYSE: MA) is set to report its second quarter 2020 earnings results on July 30, Thursday.
While the markets got a boost a couple of weeks ago after Congress passed the new stimulus bill, investors seem to have adopted a cautious stance as details of the
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