These three companies have bought back millions of shares in 2016.
For those disappointed with American Express' underwhelming 1.82% dividend yield.
The difference between these stocks is a whole lot more than choosing which card to pull out of your wallet.
Card companies say they aren't loosening their standards, but polls by the Federal Reserve suggest otherwise.
Despite rapid growth in industry balances, and benign credit metrics, publicly-traded companies that focus on credit cards are failing to keep pace with the market.
Both of these card companies have core strengths. Find out which is more attractive right now.
Nearly three-quarters of consumers have a credit card, but when it comes to loyalty and engagement, this brand stands out as the clear leader, survey shows.
Here's what could go right for this credit-card issuer to send its stock higher.
Want bigger dividend payouts? These three stocks may soon oblige.
Here are a few names that could appeal to investors.