WMT - Walmart Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
87.27
-0.30 (-0.34%)
As of 11:42AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close87.57
Open87.41
Bid87.40 x 900
Ask87.42 x 400
Day's range86.58 - 87.68
52-week range73.13 - 109.98
Volume2,389,914
Avg. volume11,939,770
Market cap257.508B
Beta0.46
PE ratio (TTM)26.61
EPS (TTM)3.28
Earnings date17 May 2018
Forward dividend & yield2.08 (2.40%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-10
1y target est105.56
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • MarketWatch10 minutes ago

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  • MarketWatch19 hours ago

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  • Amazon Creates Offline Extension of Website in Washington
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  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Walmart: Discounters Are Eating Up the Grocery Growth

    “The discounters have a roughly 31% market share of this $811 billion, but garnered 40% of the dollar growth in 2017,” they wrote. “This outsize share growth is not surprising, in our view, given the big investments being made by this group.” • Half of that dollar growth came at four companies, according to BMO: Walmart, Costco (COST), Aldi and Kroger (KR).

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    Target stores offering drive-up service in Florida, Texas

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  • High court worries about abandoning online sales tax rule
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    High court worries about abandoning online sales tax rule

    The Supreme Court sounded concerned Tuesday about doing away with a rule that has meant shoppers don't always get charged sales tax when they hit "checkout" online. The justices were hearing ...

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    Walmart Gives Itself A Website Makeover As Amazon Battle Steps Up

    Walmart teased a redesigned website, coming in May, in its bid to attract more online shoppers and fend off Amazon.

  • What Walmart Gets Right About Online Grocery
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    What Walmart Gets Right About Online Grocery

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    The retailer had some growing pains last year, but they may now be behind it.

  • Walmart Redesigned Its Website
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    Walmart Redesigned Its Website

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  • How Amazon’s Prime Fee Hike Affected Its Subscription Business
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    How Amazon’s Prime Fee Hike Affected Its Subscription Business

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  • Walmart Bent on E-commerce Growth: Plans New Look for Website
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    Walmart Bent on E-commerce Growth: Plans New Look for Website

    Walmart (WMT) plans to reform website with increased levels of personalization, informal photographs as well as extensive range of fronts and colors.

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  • MarketWatch2 days ago

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