Skip to content
PYPL PayPal Holdings Inc NASDAQ
60.54 USD 0.33% +0.20
OPEN 60.53
PREV CLOSE 60.34
DAY RANGE 61.64 - 60.21
VOLUME 17.5M
AVG. VOLUME 13.6M
52 WEEK RANGE 79.27 - 50.25
Interactive Brokers Logotype

Buy PYPL stocks now with Interactive Brokers – the most advanced investment platform

Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 64.9B
Enterprise value 62.7B
Trailing pe 15.765626
Forward pe 10.86894
Peg ratio 10.86894
Price to sales ttm 2.1794076
Price to book mrq 3.0829558
Enterprise to revenue 2.105
Enterprise to ebitda 11.509

Financials

Fiscal year ends 2023-12-31
Most recent quarter 2023-12-31
Profit margin 0.14262
Operating margin 0.17219
Return on assets ttm 0.03774
Return on equity ttm 0.20549
Income statement
Revenue ttm 29.8B
Revenue per share ttm 26.991
Quarterly revenue growth 0.087
Gross profit ttm 13.7B
Ebitda 6.5B
Net income to common ttm 4.2B
Diluted eps ttm 3.84
Quarterly earnings growth yoy 0.522
Balance sheet
Total cash mrq 14.1B
Total cash per share mrq 13.119
Total debt mrq 11.8B
Total debt to equity mrq 56.263
Current ratio mrq 1.291
Book value per share mrq 19.637
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm 4.8B
Levered free cash flow ttm 5.1B

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 1.1B
Float shares 1.1B
Avg 10 volume 13.6M
Avg 90 volume 21.1M
Shares short 21.3M
Short ratio 0.86
Short percent of shares outstanding 0.0199
Percent held by insiders 0.0021799998
Percent held by institutions 0.72732

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 50.25
Fifty two week high 79.265
Fifty two week change -26.825
Beta 1.471
Day 50 ma 61.0096
Day 200 ma 61.567276

Dividends and splits

PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL) Company Profile

PayPal Holdings, Inc. is an American technology company that enables digital payments and serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods like checks and money orders.

The company was founded by Ken Howery, Luke Nosek, Max Levchin, Peter Thiel, Yu Pan, and Elon Musk in December 1998 in Palo Alto, California, United States. PayPal went public in February 2002 and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker ‘PYPL’. 

PayPal offers different payment solutions such as PayPal Credit, Braintree, Venmo, Xoom, Paydiant, and ‘Pay in 4‘ products.

The company’s technology links its customers, both merchants, and consumers, around the globe to facilitate the processing of payment transactions, allowing it to connect merchants and consumers.

Through their accounts, PayPal users can purchase and pay for goods, transfer, and withdraw funds. It enables consumers to exchange funds with merchants using funding sources that entail bank account, PayPal account balance, PayPal Credit account, credit and debit card, or other stored value products.

Customers can access services through the web and mobile applications. In 2020, the company launched a cryptocurrency service that enables customers to purchase selected cryptocurrencies. 

PayPal main competitors

  • Google Wallet
  • Wepay
  • Skrill
  • Stripe
  • Authorize.Net

Key PayPal milestones

On October 21, 2020, PayPal announced a new cryptocurrency service allowing customers to use cryptocurrencies to shop at 26 million merchants on the network starting in 2021. The new service received approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services. 

In 2015, PayPal acquired Xoom Corporation, a digital money transfer company in a $1.09 billion deal. The acquisition strengthened PayPal’s international business position, giving it access to Xoom’s 1.3 million active U.S. customers. 

On May 17, 2018, PayPal acquired Swedish payment processor iZettle for $2.2 billion. This was PayPal’s largest acquisition so far at the time of writing (February 2021).

PayPal Frequently Asked Questions

Does Paypal pay dividends?

Like a majority of growth stocks in the technology sector, PayPal does not pay dividends. The company reinvests the profits back to the business.

Has PayPal stock ever split?

Since going public, PayPal’s stock has never split. The company has not announced any future stock split. 

When did eBay complete the separation of PayPal?

eBay finalized the separation of PayPal on July 17, 2015. Each eBay stockholder received one share of PayPal common stock for each share of eBay common stock.