PYMNTS.com Launches Quarterly Reports Rundown
Looking for one location that houses all the quarterly earnings of payments’ most important companies? Your search ends here. Introducing the PYMNTS.com Quarterly Reports Rundown, a comprehensive list of major payments players and their quarterly performances.
All reports are for Third Quarter, 2012. Did we miss a company you think is especially important to the payments industry? Let us know in the comments below.
Groupon – Nov. 8
Groupon’s Q3 earnings missed estimates once again, and the company has lost over 80 percent of its value since its IPO in late 2011. The daily deals company reported $586.6 million in consolidated revenue and operating income of $25.4 million for the quarter.
First Data – Nov. 2
First Data reported a consolidated revenue of $2.7 billion for the third quarter; down $58 million, or 2 percent, from Q3 2011. The payments company cited a $147 million pre-tax decline in income as among its reasons for the down performance.
Heartland Payments Systems – Nov. 1
Heartland Payments Systems reported an adjusted net income of $21.7 million, or $0.53 a share, beating analyst estimates of profits of $0.42 a share. Robert O. Carr, Heartland’s chief executive officer, deemed the quarter as the most profitable in company history.
MasterCard – Oct. 31
MasterCard’s third quarter profits were better than expected, jumping 7.7 percent to $772 million, or $6.17 a share. Revenue increased 6 percent to $1.92 billion, while analysts estimated $1.94 billion in revenue.
WEX – Oct. 31
WEX’s third quarter revenue increased 6 percent to from Q3 2011 to $161 million this year. Net income to common shareholders came in at $0.37 per diluted share compared to $1.08 per diluted share a year ago.
Fiserv – Oct. 30
Fiserv met analyst expectations with its third quarter performance, reporting a net income of $139 million, or $1.02 a share. Those numbers are up from $127 million and $0.89 per share from Q3 2011.
Amazon – Oct. 24
Amazon posted a growth in sales but a net loss for Q3, losing $274 million despite net sales of $13.81 billion. Diluted shares fell by $0.60, compared to analyst predictions a $0.08 loss per share.
Ingenico – Oct. 24
Ingenico’s third quarter revenue jumped 24.9 percent to €311.3 million. The company cited a favorable foreign exchange impact and contributions from ROAM Data in its report.
TSYS – Oct. 23
TSYS’ basic earnings per share for Q3 2012 were $0.32 – a 5.7 percent increase from Q3 2011. The payments processor earned $62 million in net profits and saw its revenue increase 1.8 percent to $468.1 million.
Google – Oct. 18
Google released its earnings a bit earlier than they meant to, with draft SEC filings leaking on October 18. The company reported a net income of $2.18 billion and $14.1 billion in revenue, but failed to meet analyst expectations.
American Express – Oct. 17
American Express’ net earnings for Q3 2012 totaled $1.24 billion, up 13 percent from the $1.09 earned in Q3 2011. Earnings were $1.03 a share, easily surpassing the $0.96 per share predicted by analysts.
eBay – Oct. 17
eBay met analyst expectations with its Q3 2012 report, announcing earnings per share of $0.55 and revenue of $3.4 billion. Predictions had the eCommerce giant at earnings of $0.54 per share and revenue of $3.4 billion.
Sallie Mae – Oct. 17
Student loan giant Sallie Mae reported third quarter net income of $188 million, or $0.39 per share, beating analyst expectations. The company lost $47 million, or $0.10 per share, a year ago.
Discover – Sept. 27
Discover topped analyst EPS estimates of $1.04, ringing in at earnings of $1.21 a share and $621 million overall. Discover’s net revenue for the quarter was $1.96 billion, up from $1.79 billion in Q3 2011.
VeriFone – Sept. 25
VeriFone’s Q3 earnings were solid, with net income of $33.7 million, or $0.34 per share, but the company’s stocks took a dive after weak revenue estimates for both fiscal years 2012 and 2013. VeriFone’s adjusted earnings of $0.75 per share beat analyst expectations by $0.5.
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