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CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching MasterCard and Visa.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this credit company that suffered a huge overreaction on Thursday.
U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday, the last day of the quarter, in their third-straight day of recovery from the post-Brexit sell-off.
"Halftime Report" investor Stephanie Link believes shares of Visa are poised to rally.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, lifted by gains in oil prices, as investors looked for bargains after the Brexit sell-off.
Four trades on four stocks, with Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, and the FMHR traders.
Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, is shifting her portfolio towards the U.S. versus Europe. The FMHR traders, weigh in.
The "Fast Money" traders spotted some opportunities to buy stocks as markets continued to sell off post-Brexit.
Stock picks in the face of the Brexit, with Kate Warne, Edward Jones investment strategist, and Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management Group Chief investment strategist.
Jim Cramer revealed why the book value of bank stocks are obsolete.
Jim Cramer compared Visa with American Express to determine how investors should play the change with Costco.
Jim Cramer compares Visa with American Express to determine how investors should play the change with Costco.
The wholesale retailer is switching its customers over to new Visa credit cards from Citigroup.
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U.S. stocks closed lower Monday, as investors looked ahead to the Fed meeting and U.K. vote on whether to leave the European Union.
The retail giant points to 'unacceptably high fees' for the change, saying it pay more than $78-million in credit card charges every year.
Walmart Canada stores will stop accepting Visa cards because the credit card provider charges merchants "unacceptably high" fees, the retailer said.