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.
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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.
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Here are a few names that could appeal to investors.
The credit-card company is slowly losing the advantage of a closed-loop network to JPMorgan.
Tucked inside JPMorgan Chase is a fast-growing card unit that’s taking the industry by storm.
Discover could bring an abrupt end to the extraordinarily large profit margins of its rivals.
A Department of Justice decision against American Express sheds some interesting light on credit card networks' pricing decisions. Competition on merchant fees has been mostly nonexistent for more than a decade.