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Mastercard Inc (MA)

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20 Oct 2017
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Fri, Oct 20 2017

BRIEF-Mastercard ‍announces opening up access to its blockchain technology

* Announced that it will be opening up access to its blockchain technology via its api published on Mastercard developers​

BRIEF-Mastercard announces departure of Gary Flood

* ‍Mastercard Inc - that Gary Flood, president of global products and solutions, will depart company at end of 2017​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

MOVES-MasterCard's global products and solutions head to step down

Oct 10 The world's second-largest payment processor MasterCard Inc on Tuesday said president of global products and solutions, Gary Flood, would leave the firm by the end of 2017.

BRIEF-eServglobal informed by HomSend that Mastercard secured additional bank agreements

* Informed by HomSend that Mastercard Send recently secured additional bank agreements with Standard Chartered Bank and Atlas Mara

BRIEF-Mastercard, Swarovski launch virtual reality shopping experience

* Mastercard and Swarovski launch virtual reality shopping experience

BRIEF-Mastercard sets quarterly cash dividend of $0.22 per share

* Sets quarterly cash dividend of $0.22 per share Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Mastercard sees FY 2017 currency neutral net revenue, excluding acquisitions, to be high end of low-double digits‍​

* Mastercard INC sees FY 2017 net revenue, on a currency-neutral basis, excluding the impact of acquisitions, to be high end of low-double digits‍​

BRIEF-Mastercard ‍announces addition of payment capabilities to newly launched Garmin Vívoactive 3​

* Mastercard Inc - ‍announced that it is adding payment capabilities to newly launched Garmin Vívoactive 3​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Mastercard says consumer confidence continuing to improve, primarily driven by Germany, Spain - conf call

* Mastercard - Consumer confidence is continuing to improve (in Europe), and that's primarily driven by Germany and Spain - conf call

Mastercard beats profit estimates on higher consumer spending

Mastercard Inc , the world's second-biggest payments processor, joined bigger rival Visa Inc on Thursday in reporting a better-than-expected quarterly profit as people spent more using credit and debit cards.

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