“Western Union Payments-Related Quarterly Performance” is based on reports from Western Union. Figures shown represent the most recent quarter, publicly reported, and all revisions to prior reported data. If applicable, the report includes the most recent calculations and analysis prepared by RAM Research. Historical data up to 10 years is displayed and/or available to all CardData clients. However, prior monthly, quarterly and annual data, as far back as 1986, may be available upon request for an additional fee.
Western Union (GAAP) Revenue (FX/US$)
Western Union (GAAP) Net Income (US$)
Western Union C2C (GAAP) Revenue (FX/US$)
Western Union C2C Transactions
Western Union C2B (GAAP) Revenue (FX/US$)
GDV: Gross Dollar Volume (US$)
PDV: Purchase Dollar Volume (US$)
CDV: Cash Dollar Volume (US$)
GTX: Gross Transactions Volume
PTX: Purchase Transactions Volume
CTX: Cash Transactions Volume
GAC: Gross (Open) Accounts
YOY: Year-on-Year (%)
FX: Foreign Currency Adjusted
NFX: Not Foreign Currency Adjusted
SA: Seasonally Adjusted
NSA: Not Seasonally Adjusted
US$ (U.S. Dollars)
bps: Basis Points
AX: American Express
BOFA: Bank of America
COF: Capital One
WF: Wells Fargo
USB: U.S. Bank
NA: Not Applicable
NM: Not Meaningful
NR: Not Reported
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