Why Is Visa (V) Inventory Trading Decrease?


Visa Inc V shares are risky in Tuesday’s after-hours session after the corporate reported its fiscal third-quarter monetary outcomes.

Visa mentioned third-quarter income elevated 19% year-over-year to $7.28 billion, which beat the $7.06-billion estimate, in accordance with information from Benzinga Pro. The firm mentioned its sturdy income outcomes have been pushed by year-over-year development in funds quantity, cross-border quantity and processed transactions.

Visa reported quarterly earnings of $1.98 per share, which beat the estimate of $1.74 per share.

“Consumers are again on the street, visiting numerous corners of the world, leading to cross-border journey quantity surpassing 2019 ranges for the primary time because the pandemic started in early 2020,” mentioned Alfred Kelly, chairman and CEO of Visa.

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V Price Action: Visa has a 52-week excessive of $235.85 and a 52-week low of $185.91.

The inventory initially jumped on the report earlier than reversing and turning unfavorable. Visa shares have been down 0.49% in after-hours at $211.02 at press time. 

Photo: MBatty from Pixabay.


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