How have Mastercard's revenues fared over recent quarters?
Growth In Total Revenues
Mastercard's Total Revenues have grown from $5.1 billion in Q1 2018 to $5.6 billion in Q1 2019.
Mastercard's revenues comprise of four components: Domestic Assessments, Transaction Processing, Cross-border Volume Fees, and Other. The contribution of different components can be seen by selecting "Stacked Bar Chart" from chart options.
How have Mastercard's expenses fared over recent quarters?
Total Operating Expenses
Operating Expenses as a Percentage of Net Revenues
Mastercard Total Expenses have reduced from $1.8 billion in Q1 2018 to $1.7 billion in Q1 2019.
The contribution of different components can be seen by selecting "Stacked Bar Chart" from chart options.
How have Mastercard's earnings fared in recent years?
Total Operating Expenses
Mastercard's operating income has increased from $5.1 billion in 2015 to $7.3 billion in 2018.
You can modify the various revenue drivers for Mastercard in the charts below.
Step 1: Determining Payments Volume
Total Number of Cards in Circulation
Payment Volume per Card
Step 2: Determining Data Processing Fee and Assessment Fee
Data Processing Fee as a Percent of Payments Volume
Assessment Fee as a Percent of Payments Volume
Data Processing Fee is used to determine Data Processing Revenues, which is a function of Payments Volume.Assessment Fee is used to determine Service Revenues, which is a function of Payments Volume.
Step 3: Determining Cross-border Volume Fees and Other Revenue
Cross-border volume fees
Income Tax Rate
Diluted Weighted-Average Shares Outstanding
Mastercard's earnings per share increased from $3.35 in 2015 to $5.60 in 2018.
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