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The statistic highlights the MasterCard’s Cash Volume by Region from Q2 FY 2017 to the latest quarter.
Headquartered in New York, Mastercard Incorporated (NYSE: MA) is an American multinational financial services corporation. The company’s prime business is to process payments between the card-issuing banks or credit unions of the purchasers and the banks of merchants who use the “Mastercard” brand credit, debit, and prepaid cards to make purchases. Since 2006 Mastercard Worldwide has traded as a public company. Before issuing its IPO, Mastercard acts as a cooperative which is owned by more than 25,000 financial institutions that issue its branded cards worldwide. Mastercard manages global operations in O’Fallon, Missouri, United States.
The year 2017
Overall the cash volume worldwide witnessed consistent growth, with significant changes in Europe and Latin America. In Q2, the worldwide cash volume is $355 million, grew by 7.6% compared to the last year same period. Though APMEA and Europe contributed to the significant portion of cash volume, APMEA grew at 7.4%, a lower rate than other states. Cash volume in Canada drastically dropped by 13% YoY. In Q3, Europe grew well again by 12.3% YoY and marked cash volume as $143 million, while cash volume in Canada reported an improvement with a significant recovery than last quarter. In the full year, each operational state shown growth year-over-year, which made the overall cash volume grew by 12.4%. Europe and APMEA contributed the most, followed by the US and Latin America, whereas Canada hasn’t reported any growth during the year and shown stagnated results.
The year 2018
In Q1, Europe and APMEA have shown robust cash volume, covering around 75% of the total cash volume. Following the streak, Canada again shown stagnated and the lowest result of $2 million. The United States, being home to the company, showed consistent growth through previous quarters, marking the figure of $60 million. After a minor increase in overall cash volume, Canada again reported a yearly drop in cash volume by 1.3%, offset by thriving countries like APMEA, Europe, and Latin America. In Q3, despite positive results shown by all the associated states, the growth of overall cash volume dropped to 8.9%. The reason attributed to the negative growth in the United States by 3.3%. The overall cash volume fell to $386 million in the quarter. In the last quarter, Canada showed the best results in the whole year, with a growth rate of 13.8%. Same as 2017, Europe and APMEA again contributed the most during the year, followed by the US and Latin America.
The year 2019
In terms of overall cash volume, the year witnessed consistent results with significant growth in Europe and APMEA. In Q1, total cash volume went up to $395 million, grew by 10.9% YoY. The US shows a slight decline in cash volume, indemnified by growth in other countries. With the constant increase in subsequent quarters, the third quarter reported the cash volume of $434 million, grew by 13.6% YoY. Latin America, Europe, and APMEA reported the growth of 10.4%, highest in the past eight quarters. In Q4, Canada fell back in terms of cash volume growth, while other states reported substantial growth, leading the cash volume to soar to $452 million.
The year 2020
Overall cash volume dropped to $414 million, attributed to a significant drop in APMEA and the United States
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