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|Day's Range||98.62 - 102.80|
|52 Week Range||81.78 - 109.98|
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|PE Ratio (TTM)||56.95|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.08 (1.97%)|
|1y Target Est||106.19|
It's the Sozzi sizzle! Walmart reported earnings that beat analyst's expectation while JC Penney's earnings showed revenue that fell short
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Strategic Resource Group Managing Director Burt Flicklinger and Gordon Haskett Senior Analyst Chuck Grom give their outlooks on Walmart and Amazon.
Fire refugee Anna Goodnight sat on an overturned shopping cart Thursday in a Walmart parking lot as she ate scrambled eggs and tater tots while her husband drank a Budweiser. Some, like Batres' family, had arrived after running out of money for a hotel.
Walmart Inc. is gearing up for a strong holiday season with a robust U.S. economy spurring consumer spending and the retail giant finding its footing in a shifting landscape. Executives at the world’s biggest retailer by revenue said they are heading into the busy shopping period with lean inventories in stores and more products online to compete with Amazon.com Inc. for younger and wealthier shoppers. On Thursday, Walmart reported sales at U.S. stores open at least a year rose 3.4% in the latest quarter, including a 43% jump in e-commerce sales.
Shares of the Bentonville, Arkansas-based retail giant slid 2% in the day's trading to below the century mark, closing at $99.54. The slide came despite an earnings report that charted $1.08 in earnings per share cruised past analyst estimates of $1.01, and revenue that beat estimates after accounting for foreign-currency headwind that held up revenue results on their face. Part of the problem is that Walmart has been running out of step with the market amid its October corrections.
The 37-year-old was stunned that officials from Walmart Inc., his startup’s new owner, were probing details of an affair years earlier. In its announcement, Walmart said it had initiated an independent investigation into an allegation of “serious personal misconduct.” The probe didn’t uncover evidence to support the charge. Flipkart employees and workers at other startups wondered whether Walmart was using the episode to push Bansal aside.
Considering Flipkart's large chunk of Indian smartphone and e-commerce sales amidst a growing middle class in the country, the pumped-up price tag made sense. "Maybe Flipkart isn't expensive either if you can harvest India," Jan Rogers Kniffen, CEO of Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises and a former executive for the May Department Stores told Real Money regarding the initial deal. "Binny has been an important part of Flipkart since co-founding the company, but recent events risked becoming a distraction and Binny has made a decision to step down," a joint statement from Flipkart and Walmart states.
Walmart's (WMT) top and bottom lines improve year over year in Q3. Management raises earnings and U.S. comps outlook for fiscal 2019.
fell 2% even after after the world's largest retailer posted stronger-than-expected third-quarter earnings and raised earnings guidance for its next fiscal year. Stocks ended higher on Thursday, Nov. 15, shrugging off mixed earnings from retail giant Walmart Inc. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told an audience in Dallas Wednesday that he was "very happy about the state of the economy," noting low unemployment rates and growth around 3%.
After his Stop BEZOS Act helped push Amazon to raise pay for its workers, Sen. Bernie Sanders launches a similar effort Thursday that targets Walmart.