By KL Investment Partners : MoneyGram ( MGI ) is a leading global money transfer and ..... to as unbanked or underbanked consumers. MGI has an extensive global network of agent ..... relationship with Walmart. Walmart is currently MGI 's largest agent and it is estimated that
P analyst Igor Koyfman, as the agency affirms MoneyGram International 's ( MGI -14.2% ) BB- rating, but cuts the outlook ..... from stable. Wal-Mart represents about 26% of MGI 's total revenue in Q4, says S&P ... "this
ASTM +30% . ANIP +18% . TEAR +13% . WB +12% . SCSS +12% . AMD +12% . EONC +12% . IG +11% . Top 10 Losers: MGI -14% . TOPS -13% . SIEB -11% . OTC:XXII -11% . ERB -9% . WLT -9% . DAC -8% . CSLT -8% . STV -7% . ACTG
Don't buy the dip in MoneyGram ( MGI -13.1% ), advises JMP Securities The view from the investment ..... risk due to Wal-Mart's new money transfer service . Shares of MGI are tracking toward recording a second consecutive double-digit
By Dividend Herder : Wal-Mart's Big Announcement Wal-Mart ( WMT ) has announced the launch of a new service that will allow customers to transfer money store-to-store at a much lower cost than is currently available with most money transfer alternatives: BENTONVILLE, Ark. - April 17, 2014 - ...
the company. In the wake of the Wal-Mart announcement, the timing of the IPO could raise some questions. MoneyGram International provides domestic and international money transfers through its global network of more than 300,000 outside
16% . KNL +11% . NNI +11% . OTC:RTRX +10% . SNDK +10% . SRNE +10% . WRES +9% . Top 10 Losers: YOD -18% . MGI -16% . RSH -13% . BKS -10% . UEPS -10% . ZLCS -10% . REGI -10% . HNI -8% . SYNM -8% . AMBT -8% . Post your
Wal-Mart. Sector watch: Shares of Western Union ( WU -5.8% ), Xoom ( XOOM -2.7% ), Green Dot ( GDOT -1.8% ), and Moneygram ( MGI -15.4% ) are getting smacked around a little bit off the development. Post your comment!
Gainers: SNDK +7% . Losers: UEPS -28% . REGI -13% . MGI -12% . YOD -11% . WU -6% . Post your comment!
priced at $16.50 each. The sellers are Thomas H. Lee Partners and Goldman Sachs. Concurrent with the offering, MoneyGram ( MGI ) will purchase another 8.2M shares from Lee at $16.25 each. This will be partly funded with $130M in borrowing under