American Express Common Stock (NYSE: AXP)

American Express is a publicly traded company that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol AXP.

American Express Common Stock Dividend

American Express (AXP) currently pays a quarterly dividend of $0.52 per share.

Dividend payouts are subject to change based on a company's financial performance and decisions made by its board of directors. It is always recommended to check the latest financial reports and announcements from the company for up-to-date information on its dividend payouts.



About American Express (NYSE: AXP)

American Express Company (Amex) -- founded in 1850 -- is a global financial services, payment and travel services company for individual consumers and businesses around the world. American Express is headquartered in New York and has 77,300 employees.

American Express is primarily known for its credit card business, offering a range of personal and business credit cards that provide rewards, travel benefits, and other perks to cardholders. Amex also offers charge cards, which require the balance to be paid in full each month, and prepaid cards, which can be loaded with funds and used for purchases.

In addition to credit cards, Amex offers a range of other financial products and services, including:

    Payment processing

    Amex provides payment processing services for merchants, allowing them to accept credit and debit card payments from customers.

    Travel services

    Amex offers travel services such as travel insurance, hotel bookings, and concierge services.

    Small business services

    Amex provides a range of services designed to help small businesses manage their finances, including expense management, working capital solutions, and business loans.

    Personal loans

    Amex offers personal loans to consumers, allowing them to borrow money for a variety of purposes.

    Investment services

    Amex offers investment products and services, including mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and retirement planning tools.

Amex is one of the largest credit card issuers in the world, with over 115 million cards in circulation.

Their Membership Rewards program allows cardholders to earn points that can be redeemed for travel, merchandise, and other rewards.

Amex has a strong presence in the travel industry, with partnerships with airlines, hotels, and other travel providers to offer exclusive benefits and rewards to cardholders.

The company is known for its high-end credit cards, such as the Platinum Card and Centurion Card, which offer premium benefits and services to affluent customers.


What You Need to Know About Travel Credit Cards

With travel-linked rewards program cards, points are exchanged for airline tickets, hotel stays, and merchandise. In some cases, points can be turned into cash. These cards reward spenders, but watch the fees and terms

The American Express Platinum Card: Expensive but Some Good New Extras

The AmEx Platinum card, at $450 a year, isn't for the economy minded. And users of less expensive AmEx cards -- as well as many bank cards -- can enjoy many of the card's same features. But Platinum Card has recently added to its list of unique features, and some of you might want to give it a second look