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Groceries aren't cheap, but shopping strategically will help you stay on budget. Walmart has many food items that are both versatile and low-priced, meaning you'll want to buy them on repeat. Costco's...
Discount retail chains that depend on food stamp customers for a good chunk of their business are already bracing for a slowdown in sales tied to the recent end of emergency food stamp benefits. See:...
Consumer staples stocks like Walmart (NYSE: WMT) and Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) are leaders in their respective industries, making them excellent stocks to consider if you're in the market for stable sales growth and rising dividend income, no matter which way the economy is headed. Walmart's comparable-store sales were up 8% in the core U.S. market last quarter, putting it well ahead of Target and roughly on pace with Costco Wholesale. P&G posted a 5% organic sales boost in the period that ended in late December and has been modestly outgrowing rival Kimberly-Clark over the past full year.