|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||1,883.55 - 1,905.00|
|52 Week Range||931.75 - 1,925.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||149.40|
|Earnings Date||Oct 24, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||2,100.02|
Tech giant Amazon reportedly looking to move further into brick and mortar with its push to buy Landmark Theaters.
Amazon is in the running to acquire movie theater chain, Landmark Theaters. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, and Dan Roberts discuss alongside The King's College professor, Brian Brenberg.
Let's check out the Yahoo Finance charts of the day. Walmart (WMT ): Shares are up in early trade, at around 9%. Walmart shares surge as earnings top expectations boosted by 40% US e-commerce sales growth. The retailer said it had the strongest growth in more than a decade at those stores open for at least 12 months thanks to sales in grocery and apparel departments. Boeing (BA ): Shares up here at about 3.3%. Analysts at Swiss bank UBS began coverage of the jet maker with a "buy" rating, saying it sees a potential 50 percent upside for the stock based on a boost in cash flow and profit margins. Amazon (AMZN): Shares up here, at around .81%. According to Reuters, Amazon is considering putting together an insurance comparison site in the U.K., in what would be a big step into the region's financial services industry. Separately, Bloomberg News is reporting that Amazon is looking at buying Landmark Theatres, co-owned by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. For more on today's big stock movers check out the Final Round, live at 3:30 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.
Aug.16 -- Walmart Inc. bounced back from a lackluster start to the year with the strongest sales gain in more than a decade fueled by its grocery business, brightening the outlook for the overall retail sector. Bloomberg's Emma Chandra reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
Is Amazon still the king of the jungle? The battle for the consumer, with Robert Sluymer, Funstrat Global Advisors, CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Brian Kelly, Karen Finerman, David Seaburg and Dan Nathan.
The carnage on the British high street from the likes of House of Fraser and Homebase naturally leads to calls for blood from internet retailing behemoth Amazon.com Inc. Enter Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, who last week said he was strongly considering an “Amazon tax” to help retailers. Amazon didn’t kill the British high street. The U.K. store chains that have collapsed this year did so because they didn’t have the right products at the right prices, invest enough in their businesses, or stay up to date with consumer trends.
According to a new documentary, Larger Than Life, that title belongs to Kevyn Aucoin. Beginning his working life on fashion magazine editorials, Aucoin paved the way for those who were a dab hand with a compact to earn big money. “When we went into [beauty store] Make Up For Ever, it was like Brad Pitt walked in,” says Cher, who appears in the documentary alongside many of Aucoin’s clients and admirers.
Investing.com - Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) reported second quarter earnings that beat analyst's expectations on Thursday and reported revenue that topped forecasts.
How can we not given how much Walmart impacted not just the market but the entire psyche and zeitgeist of the market. Or to put it another way, Walmart, with the best growth in 10 years, Walmart where one hundred people are shopping -- and shopping more than ever before -- has made us so optimistic that there's nothing that can be done but buy, buy, buy. If Walmart's blowout earnings were the only thing we got today, it wouldn't matter all that much.
About 400 employees are expected to be added to the FedEx Express Mid-Atlantic Hub at the Piedmont Triad International Airport over the next several months.
Jim Cramer thinks it might be time to rethink FANG. Given Thursday's market moves, Cramer thinks WANG – Walmart, Apple, Netflix and Google – might be the new group to watch.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Thursday's stock market rebound from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and analyzes financial results from retail ...
Walmart's brick-and-mortar stores could give it an advantage over Amazon at a time when combined online and in-person retail prevails, former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon told CNBC on Thursday. Walmart's brick-and-mortar stores could give it an edge over Amazon AMZN at a time when combined online and in-person retail prevails, former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon told CNBC on Thursday.
Inarguably, among the most-discussed companies in the markets, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) have no problems generating headlines. As our feature writer James Brumley stated, the trillion-dollar day was “just another workday” for Apple. Currently, AAPL sports a $1.02-trillion market cap, meaning that if it lost its trillion, Apple would still be a fairly large company.
Stocks of some of the biggest brick and mortar retailers are holding their own, as the U.S. consumer gets stronger from tax cuts and job growth. Bespoke created a list of stocks that have the most to lose from a strong Amazon, and they have turned higher in recent months. Walmart is up more than 9 percent, after reporting better than expected earnings and the best comparable store sales in a decade.
Walmart reported its best sales in more than a decade, fueled by growth in its grocery business. The results send a clear message to its rival, Amazon, writes Sarah Halzack in Bloomberg Opinion. It's a fixture of President Donald Trump's speeches: He claims an unidentified CEO of an unidentified company supports him on issues from prison reform to immigration to trade.
Warren Buffett was a major shareholders in Walmart until 2016, when he sold most of Berkshire Hathaway's stake in the retailer. At that time, Buffett cited Jeff Bezos and Amazon as a threat that made retail stocks a "tough" game. Walmart stock has risen from the $70-range to the $100-range since Berkshire sold billions in shares, but Berkshire has seen newer holdings in tech, such as Apple, and deep value plays, such as Teva Pharmaceuticals, perform very well.