COF Continues to Drive Growth in Q2 – Top 4 EOP Outstandings +4% YOY

U.S. credit card outstandings end-of-period (EOP) among the Top 4 U.S. issuers gained 4.3% in the second quarter (2Q/18) year-on-year (YOY) to $427.1 billion. The YOY growth rate is down 150 basis points (bps), compared to the prior quarter. The gain was largely driven by Capital One, the nation’s second largest U.S. issuer. Bank of America…

Visa Set to Grab More Marketshare in Q2 Approaching 60% GDV

The nation’s four major payment card networks produced $1485 billion in U.S. gross dollar volume (GDV) in the first quarter (1Q/17) for a 6.0% year-on-year (YOY) gain. Visa continues to rule the market, growing its U.S. GDV marketshare from 58.7% in 1Q/16 to 61.1% in 1Q/17, largely at the expense of American Express, according to…

Big 6 U.S. Q1 Active Accounts Rise 7% YOY Despite Rising Attrition & New GAC Churn

U.S. bank credit card active accounts (AAC) (accounts with sales activity), among the top six U.S. issuers, increased 7.0% year-on-year (YOY) in the first quarter (1Q/17), according to CardData. There were 169.2 million active bank credit card accounts for 1Q/17 in the U.S. among the top six issuers: Citibank; Capital One; Chase, Bank of America,…

Q1 U.S. GDV Marketshare: Visa +240 bps AXP -150 bps YOY

The nation’s four major payment card networks produced $1485 billion in U.S. gross dollar volume (GDV) in the first quarter (1Q/17) for a 6.0% year-on-year (YOY) gain. Visa continues to rule the market, growing its U.S. GDV marketshare from 58.7% in 1Q/16 to 61.1% in 1Q/17, largely at the expense of American Express, according to…