On Tuesday, March 19, executives of Visa, Inc. (NYSE: V), a global payments technology company, will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to commemorate the five-year anniversary of Visa’s initial public offering.
To mark the occasion, CEO Charlie Scharf will ring The Opening Bell, accompanied by former CEO and current Executive Chairman Joseph Saunders and President John Partridge. The bell ringing will also highlight the leadership of Saunders and Partridge as they are set to retire on March 31.
About Visa, Inc. (NYSE: V):
Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable electronic payments. We operate one of the world's most advanced...
Last summer, Karen Busher, an elementary school teacher in Virginia, attended the NYSE Teachers Workshop. Here are Karen’s impressions of the week she spent at the NYSE.
In my 25 plus years as a public school teacher in rural Virginia, I had heard mention of the Stock Market Game (SMG) but it wasn’t until 3 years ago that I spent an afternoon at Virginia Tech to learn how my students could participate. Why I waited for so long, I...
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From The Trading Floor: Investors have shifted their attention from worries over Cyprus to looking ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy meeting announcement later this afternoon. It is expected to keep monetary policy unchanged this month, continuing its low rates policy and its $85 billion a month in asset purchases
Mortgage Applications in the U.S. fell by 7.1% for the week ending March 15th, the 5th week in the last 6 as borrowing costs climbed
The Fed's statement on monetary policy is due out at 2 p.m. EDT, and will be followed by a press conference by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke. While the Fed is widely expected to leave its policy unchanged, investors will be looking for any clues as to when the asset-purchase program may change.
Model N IPO’d on the NYSE today priced 6.47 million shares last night at $15.55 with an opening trade of $20.30 on a print of 1,604,079 shares