WMMVY - Wal-Mart de México, S.A.B. de C.V.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
26.74
+0.10 (+0.39%)
As of 1:48PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close26.64
Open26.80
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range26.55 - 26.83
52 Week Range23.08 - 31.13
Volume16,489
Avg. Volume76,180
Market Cap46.552B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.23
PE Ratio (TTM)26.22
EPS (TTM)1.02
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.37 (1.40%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-08
1y Target Est28.63
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Walmart Japan's new CEO: Seiyu 'absolutely' not for sale
    Reuters12 hours ago

    Walmart Japan's new CEO: Seiyu 'absolutely' not for sale

    The newly appointed chief executive of Walmart Inc's Japanese supermarket chain Seiyu on Monday denied the business was up for sale, following reports last year that the U.S. retail giant was looking for a buyer. "I'm not here to sell a business," Lionel Desclee told reporters in Tokyo in his first public remarks since his appointment on Friday. Japanese media reported last year that Walmart considered selling Seiyu, and that a sale could amount to around 300 billion to 500 billion yen ($2.69 billion to $4.48 billion).

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Walmart Japan's new CEO: Seiyu "absolutely" not for sale

    The newly appointed chief executive of Walmart Inc's Japanese supermarket chain Seiyu on Monday denied the business was up for sale, following reports last year that the U.S. retail giant was looking for a buyer. "I'm not here to sell a business," Lionel Desclee told reporters in Tokyo in his first public remarks since his appointment on Friday. Japanese media reported last year that Walmart considered selling Seiyu, and that a sale could amount to around 300 billion to 500 billion yen ($2.69 billion to $4.48 billion).

  • New CEO of Walmart Japan and Seiyu says 'not here to sell a business'
    Reuters13 hours ago

    New CEO of Walmart Japan and Seiyu says 'not here to sell a business'

    The newly appointed chief executive of Walmart Japan and Japanese supermarket chain Seiyu said on Monday he had no plan to sell the Japanese supermarket, following reports last year that Walmart was looking for a buyer. "Absolutely not at all," Lionel Desclee said when asked whether such a sale was likely. Japanese media reported last year that Walmart considered selling Seiyu, and that a sale could amount to around 300 billion to 500 billion yen ($2.69 billion to $4.48 billion).

  • Why Walmart Is Replacing Its Greeters With Problem Solvers
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Why Walmart Is Replacing Its Greeters With Problem Solvers

    The company will still have friendly workers at the door, but they'll be doing a lot more than just welcoming customers.

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    Shoptalk 2019 Brought Big Retail Tech to Any Company That Wants It

    The show focused on solutions that let smaller players compete with the big boys.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    7 foods, grocery items and other essentials to always buy at Walmart

    To get the most out of your Walmart shopping, Joanie Demer, co-founder of the Krazy Coupon Lady, and other experts tell CNBC Make It what shoppers should buy at this big box retailer.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    Today's Logistics Report: Toyota's Tariff Shift; Grocery's Delivery Toll; Squashing Mexican Tomatoes

    The Japanese auto maker plans to spend nearly $13 billion to make two new hybrid vehicles in the U.S. and expand plants that make components, the WSJ’s Adrienne Roberts writes. Toyota plans to make a RAV4 hybrid SUV and a hybrid Lexus ES sedan at a Kentucky plant where it cut Camry production as consumers moved away from that car, and the company is boosting production at an Alabama plant that makes SUV engines. On the back end, Walmart employs some 35,000 in-store “pickers” who assemble digital orders alongside traditional shoppers, a slower and more costly process than fulfillment from specialized distribution centers.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Walmart Mexico and union agree on wage hikes, avert strike

    Walmart de Mexico, Mexico's biggest retailer, has reached a deal with a union to raise worker salaries, both groups said on Thursday, heading off a possible strike and offering reassurance to businesses in the early months of a new government. Walmart Mexico said in a statement it struck the agreement on Wednesday with the Revolutionary Confederation of Laborers and Farmworkers (CROC), offering its workers an average annual salary increase of 5.5 percent and an annual bonus tied to store performance. The dispute, despite involving only a few thousand of Walmart's 234,000 employees in Mexico and Central America, has been closely followed by economists and business lobbies as a bellwether for how labor negotiations will fare under President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who took office in December.

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    Why Office Depot Stock Dropped 7% Today

    Uh-oh: The FBI is investigating a case of alleged hacking by this Walmart contractor.

  • CNBC4 days ago

    Walmart is so desperate to fix health care, it flies employees to top hospitals in other states for treatment

    The employee, in fact, had Parkinson's Disease. Bill, an employee at Walmart WMT , had been suffering from mild neck pain and a tremor in his hands. A local surgeon recommended spine surgery as the next course of action.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Walmart says it has reached deal with Mexican union, averting strike

    Walmart de Mexico, Mexico's biggest retailer, said on Thursday that it has reached a deal with union CROC and that the group has given up plans to go on strike later this month. The company said in a statement ...

  • CNBC4 days ago

    Walmart is planning to sell its own tablets

    Walmart is planning to release its own private label tablet, according to a filing with the Federal Communications Commission. The retail giant has not released any information about the device's price or expected timing for its debut. Walmart WMT is making its own tablet in a move to challenge tech giants Amazon AMZN and Apple AAPL .

  • Motley Fool4 days ago

    Retail Tech's Upcoming Revolution

    The cutting-edge technology of yesterday is now available to mom-and-pop shops, and the big guys will have to step up their game to stand out.

  • Korean e-commerce unicorn Coupang hires Walmart's former global chief compliance officer
    TechCrunch4 days ago

    Korean e-commerce unicorn Coupang hires Walmart's former global chief compliance officer

    Coupang, the unicorn that is defining e-commerce in Korea, announced today that it has hired Jay Jorgensen, Walmart’s former global chief ethics and compliance officer, to serve as its general counsel and chief compliance officer. Jorgensen will relocate to Seoul for the position. Founded in 2010, with a total of $3.4 billion raised from investors including SoftBank and a valuation of $9 billion, Coupang currently operates only in Korea, where it is the largest e-commerce player, but has offices in Seoul, Beijing, Los Angeles, Mountain View, Seattle and Shanghai.

  • Amazon Moves to Make Retail a Profit Center
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    Amazon Moves to Make Retail a Profit Center

    A new grocery store chain would broaden its appeal to consumers even further.

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    EBay Is the Un-Amazon, for Better and Worse

    EBay has 179 million active shoppers, while Nordstrom Inc. served 35 million shoppers in fiscal 2018. In the last year, EBay came up in the earnings calls, presentations and shareholder meetings of 86 companies in retail, consumer products and similar industries, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Amazon came up in events of 670 companies in those sectors, the data show.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Walmart Turns to Food Delivery to Fend Off Amazon

    Inc. was caught off guard after it began offering to deliver fresh groceries from a store in North Bergen, N.J., earlier this month, only to find orders flooding in from across the Hudson River. “We never would have gone in with the intention that this would work with $11,” said a spokeswoman for Walmart, which hadn’t intended to include Manhattan within the delivery radius.

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    Walmart to introduce tablet under its ONN store brand: Bloomberg

    (Reuters) - Walmart Inc plans to introduce a low-priced, kid-friendly electronic tablet under its ONN store brand, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. The tablet will be made by a Chinese supplier and will ...

  • Walmart Readies Introduction of Low-Priced iPad Rival
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Walmart Readies Introduction of Low-Priced iPad Rival

    The world’s largest retailer plans to introduce an inexpensive, kid-friendly tablet computer under its ONN store brand, part of a broader redesign of its electronics department. The device will be made by a Chinese supplier and run on Google’s Android operating system, according to photos found on a database of wireless product applications filed with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Walmart’s device could bring some life to the sluggish tablet market, which has been declining for several years.

  • US needs China, without China there is no Walmart: Art Laffer
    Fox Business Videos4 hours ago

    US needs China, without China there is no Walmart: Art Laffer

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