Visa reported second-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Here's how the company did compared with what Wall Street expected:
That revenue figure represents year-over-year growth of about 13 percent. In the year-ago quarter, Visa reported earnings of 18 cents per Class A share on $4.48 billion in revenue.
The stock rose 2 percent in extended trading following the news.
Visa CEO Alfred Kelly, Jr. said growth in both cross-border and payments volume helped drive the better-than-expected results. The company said both metrics grew 11 percent year over year.
After Wednesday's better-than-expected results, Visa said it is raising its forecast for the year. The company now expects adjusted full-year earnings growth in the high 20 percentage-point range.
Visa shares have gained 5 percent so far this year, outperforming the Dow Jones industrial average which has fallen 3 percent in the same period.
In February, Visa said it plans to acquire longtime partner Fraedom as the company seeks to expand its footprint in the business-to-business digital payment industry.
Visa and Worldpay said in February they would reverse duplicate transactions that led to unauthorized withdrawals for some users of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.