WMT - Walmart Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
97.85
-0.79 (-0.80%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close98.64
Open97.77
Bid0.00 x 2900
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range97.61 - 99.67
52 Week Range77.50 - 109.98
Volume16,463,337
Avg. Volume7,879,806
Market Cap288.74B
Beta0.42
PE Ratio (TTM)32.65
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.08 (2.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-09
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Walmart, Amazon price battle benefits consumers: Bill Simon
    Fox Business Videos2 days ago

    Walmart, Amazon price battle benefits consumers: Bill Simon

    Former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon on what’s causing the recent boom in retail sales and how consumers are benefiting from Walmart’s rivalry with Amazon.

  • Walmart same-store sales grow at fastest pace in 10 years as e-commerce spending climbs
    MarketWatch29 minutes ago

    Walmart same-store sales grow at fastest pace in 10 years as e-commerce spending climbs

    Analysts support Walmart’s investments in areas like e-commerce and pricing, with same-store sales showing positive results.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Amazon Is Not Killing Every Retailer, Only These Laggards

    were cheered by the market as each showed they can successfully take on Amazon online. "When you're looking into retail, it's an industry in flux and with any industry in flux...investors need to really do their homework before getting into the sector," said Christian Magoon, CEO of Amplify ETFs. "Walmart is the poster child for bricks-and-mortar successfully going online," added Magoon.

  • Walmart's Chief Keeps His Promise Again: Here's Why That's Important
    Motley Fool4 hours ago

    Walmart's Chief Keeps His Promise Again: Here's Why That's Important

    The blowout earnings report was the highlight. More importantly, CEO Doug McMillon again proved the skeptics wrong.

  • Walmart's E-Commerce Investments Are Paying Off
    Motley Fool5 hours ago

    Walmart's E-Commerce Investments Are Paying Off

    The company posted 40% online sales growth last quarter. Where does it go from here?

  • Walmart's Big Bets are Paying Off
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Walmart's Big Bets are Paying Off

    A couple of gems from the retailer's management show the company's strategy is succeeding.

  • Morningstaryesterday

    Morningstar Runs the Numbers

    We take a numerical look through this week's Morningstar research. Plus, our most popular articles and videos for the week ended Aug. 17.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Nordstrom’s Doing Its Best to ‘Fight the Ugly’

    It is this, far less than Amazon.Com (NASDAQ:AMZN), that has been killing Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN). On Aug. 16, JWN stock managed to surprise Wall Street by earning $162 million, 95 cents per share, for the quarter ending Aug. 4, against $110 million or 66 cents per share a year ago.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    [$$] Time to Sell Walmart

    Review | Preview | Follow-Up: Verizon Walmart’s online division is growing like Amazon.com, sparking big gains for shares. Barron’s recommended shares of Walmart (WMT) at around $79 nearly a year ago (“Wal-Mart Gets Back On the Growth Track,” Oct. 7, 2017). Early this year, when the shares tiptoed across $100, we advised readers to hang on (“Still Time to Shop Walmart Shares,” Jan. 20).

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Walmart asks some beauty suppliers to consider sourcing outside of China

    In an email sent to some beauty suppliers on Aug. 7, seen by Reuters, the retailer asks if they have facilities outside China, and if not, whether they would consider investing in them, to broaden their sourcing ability. Walmart spokesman Randy Hargrove did not comment on the letter. "We are closely monitoring the tariff discussions and are actively working on mitigation strategies, particularly in light of potentially escalating duties," he said.

  • Walmart asks some beauty suppliers to consider sourcing outside of China
    Reuters2 days ago

    Walmart asks some beauty suppliers to consider sourcing outside of China

    In an email sent to some beauty suppliers on Aug. 7, seen by Reuters, the retailer asks if they have facilities outside China, and if not, whether they would consider investing in them, to broaden their sourcing ability. Walmart spokesman Randy Hargrove did not comment on the letter. "We are closely monitoring the tariff discussions and are actively working on mitigation strategies, particularly in light of potentially escalating duties," he said.

  • Strong Retail Sector Earnings Performance
    Zacks2 days ago

    Strong Retail Sector Earnings Performance

    Strong Retail Sector Earnings Performance

  • DoorDash dishes up $4 billion valuation with new funding spurt
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    DoorDash dishes up $4 billion valuation with new funding spurt

    DoorDash's latest funding round has nearly tripled the valuation of the San Francisco-based delivery service, which plans to reach 85 percent of the United States population by the end of next year.

  • InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Macy’s Stock Has Multiple Positive Catalysts and Is Undervalued

    Macy’s (NYSE:M) second quarter results, reported on Tuesday, indicate that its positive catalysts remain intact. Investors should buy M stock, as these catalysts should continue to boost its results going forward, while its valuation is extremely attractive and lower than that of many brick-and-mortar retailers. The sharp drop in Macy’s stock on Wednesday was irrational and has created an extremely attractive entry point.

  • Walmart Asks Beauty Suppliers to Look Beyond China for Sourcing
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Walmart Asks Beauty Suppliers to Look Beyond China for Sourcing

    Walmart Inc. has asked its cosmetics suppliers to consider sourcing their goods in countries outside of China, one of the first signs that the world’s largest retailer hopes to dilute the impact of the Trump administration’s looming tariffs. The list of Chinese goods that could get hit with additional tariffs includes lipstick, eye makeup, powders, shampoo and other haircare products.

  • Investor's Business Daily3 days ago

    Boeing, Walmart, Cisco Lift Dow Jones; Apple On Track To A $1.25 Trillion Market Cap

    Apple hit a new high, but it was fellow Dow Jones industrial components Boeing and Walmart that sent the 30-stock blue chip index soaring on Thursday. Stocks rallied broadly overall.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Walmart Bulls Ring up Profits After Earnings Beat

    blowout earnings report Thursday morning resulted in big gains for upside option positions opened just one day earlier. After a year-to-date fall of 9.23% at the time those calls were purchased, these investors may have been materializing a belief that Walmart would see a better quarter, with a brighter horizon ahead. Walmart surged 9.33% to close at $98.64 August 16.

  • Nvidia Posts Sluggish Guidance, Retail Sector Sees Mixed Results
    Zacks2 days ago

    Nvidia Posts Sluggish Guidance, Retail Sector Sees Mixed Results

    Ryan McQueeney and Maddy Johnson recap this week's global macroeconomic headlines and highlight the latest earnings results from Nvidia (NVDA), Walmart (WMT), and the U.S. department store giants.

  • 3 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    3 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week

    Earnings season for the most part has come to an end. And for the most part earnings reports were pretty good. As far as the broad market goes, however, “pretty good” wasn’t quite enough.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    The world's richest family just got $11 billion richer

    The Walton family, founders of the world's largest company by revenue, Walmart WMT , and the richest family in the world, just got a whole lot richer. This brings the family's collective wealth up to $163.2 billion, as of Thursday morning, and keeps the Waltons at the top of the Bloomberg's world's richest families list , at least $64 billion ahead of the next richest family's fortune. In May, their collective net worth placed them ahead of Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett on the 2018 Sunday Times Rich List .

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    Walmart Posts Standout Quarter, But Raymond James Downgrades On Flipkart Costs

    Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT ) delivered a solid second quarter earnings and sales beat Thursday , but was still hit with a downgrade by a still-bullish Raymond James.  The Analyst Raymond James analyst Budd ...

  • Walmart Stock Is a Guilt-Free Buy Today With This Play
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Walmart Stock Is a Guilt-Free Buy Today With This Play

    If there were any doubts both Wall Street and Main Street enjoy Walmart Stores (NYSE:WMT), those worries were laid to rest following the retailer’s latest earnings report. It turns out investors and consumers are willing to shop somewhere other than Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). Thursday’s second-quarter results from WMT stock, which featured top- and bottom-line beats, estimated e-commerce revenues of 40% for 2018 and Walmart’s strongest brick-and-mortar sales growth in more than a decade are solid signs Main Street has been shopping at the world’s largest retailer.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Investors rewarded Walmart and punished Macy's after both released good news — here's why

    Macy's and Walmart both had good news for investors this week, but Walmart's shares rallied 9.3 percent while Macy's sank 16 percent. Before Macy's reported earnings Wednesday, its shares had more than doubled over the last year. Walmart WMT and Macy's M both had exceptionally good news for investors when they released their second-quarter earnings this week.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Flipkart May Drag Down Walmart Profits: Analyst

    E-commerce retailer Flipkart is likely to weigh on Walmart Inc.’s ( WMT) profits for the next couple years, according to an analyst at Raymond James. The Wall Street firm said it now has an optimistic outperform rating on Walmart, but is optimistic more on the longer term investment horizon, said analyst Budd Bugatch in a note to clients. The new rating is lowered from Raymond James previous rating of strong buy.

  • Walmart Parts Ways With Another High-Ranking Female Executive
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Walmart Parts Ways With Another High-Ranking Female Executive

    Walmart Inc. is losing one of its highest-ranking female executives, a blow to the retailer’s decade-long effort to promote women into senior leadership roles. Marybeth Hays, who had served as executive vice president of consumables and health and wellness for just over a year, will leave the company in January, according to an internal memo sent Friday from U.S. chief Greg Foran. Hays joined Walmart in 2009 from Lowe’s Cos. and had risen quickly up the ranks, but was sidelined when the company named a former Humana Inc. executive to run the health-care unit last month.