EQT, Columbia Banking System And A Credit Card Giant On CNBC's 'Final Trades'

On CNBC’s "Halftime Report Final Trades," Rob Sechan of New Edge Capital Group named Mastercard Incorporated MA, adding that he is expecting mid-teens growth driven by travel and increasing international business.

Expedia Group and Mastercard expanded their partnership for a new joint adventure: Travel with Rewards.

Benzinga's analyst ratings data shows a consensus Outperform rating on Mastercard.

Jenny Harrington of Gilman Hill Asset Management said Columbia Banking System, Inc. COLB is a "super high-quality regional bank" and has a 6.3% yield.

Columbia Banking System raised its quarterly dividend from 30 cents per share to 36 cents per share.

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Joseph Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners said EQT Corporation EQT is breaking out.

EQT recently reported better-than-expected adjusted EPS and sales results for its first quarter.

Price Action: EQT shares gained 5.1% to settle at $35.14, while Columbia Banking System shares jumped 9.8% to $20.25 on Monday. Mastercard shares added 0.4% to close at $383.41 during Monday’s session.

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