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Visa Inc (V)

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24 Mar 2017
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Tue, Feb 14 2017

BRIEF-Temasek Holdings (Private) LTD takes share stake in Amazon, Mastercard and Visa

* Temasek Holdings (Private) LTD takes share stake of 128,970shares in amazon com inc - sec filing

Visa's profit, revenue tops estimates on payment volume growth

Visa Inc , the world's largest payments network operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue as more people made payments using its network.

UPDATE 2-Visa's profit, revenue tops estimates on payment volume growth

Feb 2 Visa Inc, the world's largest payments network operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue as more people made payments using its network.

Visa's quarterly profit rises 6.6 pct

Feb 2 Visa Inc, the world's largest payments network operator, reported a 6.6 percent rise in first-quarter profit due to higher payment volumes growth.

BRIEF-Visa reports Q1 EPS $0.86

* Sees full-year 2017 annual diluted class a common stock earnings per share growth: low 30s on a gaap nominal dollar basis

BRIEF-Visa declares quarterly dividend

* Visa Inc - Board of directors, on January 31, 2017, declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.165 per share of class a common stock Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Visa modifies policies on debit routing

* Visa Inc - modifications and clarifications follow new guidance recently issued from federal reserve and address a federal trade commission inquiry

EU rules to stem payment fraud may disrupt six billion euros of e-commerce: Visa

BRUSSELS The European Union's planned rules to reduce fraud by forcing the use of passwords or codes to authenticate electronic payments above 10 euros ($10.60) risk disrupting online shopping and may not increase security, Visa said on Tuesday.

EU rules to stem payment fraud may disrupt 6 bln euros of e-commerce - Visa

BRUSSELS, Nov 22 The European Union's planned rules to reduce fraud by forcing the use of passwords or codes to authenticate electronic payments above 10 euros ($10.60) risk disrupting online shopping and may not increase security, Visa said on Tuesday.

SCOTUS dismissal of ATM fees case: Visa, MasterCard swung for a home run, called out on strikes

I doubt that when history books survey the shocking events of November 2016, they will spare many words for the U.S. Supreme Court’s announcement late Thursday that it had dismissed a pair of cases involving credit card networks and ATM fees ranks. But for lawyers in the elite ranks of the Supreme Court bar, the justices’ order – which said that Visa, MasterCard and bank members of credit card networks had changed their argument after persuading the court to take their case -- create

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