WMT - Walmart Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
88.07
-0.12 (-0.14%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close88.19
Open88.33
Bid86.84 x 1000
Ask88.25 x 1000
Day's Range87.94 - 89.19
52 Week Range75.55 - 109.98
Volume5,045,531
Avg. Volume8,884,757
Market Cap259.88B
Beta0.40
PE Ratio (TTM)29.39
EPS (TTM)3.00
Earnings DateAug 16, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.08 (2.46%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-09
1y Target Est95.12
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Walmart's Best-Kept Money-Saving Secrets
    GoBankingRatesyesterday

    Walmart's Best-Kept Money-Saving Secrets

    Many retailers offer free shipping with a minimum order, but Walmart does this better than anyone else. Here's why.

  • Why Is Walmart Abandoning the World’s Third Largest Economy?
    Motley Fool9 hours ago

    Why Is Walmart Abandoning the World’s Third Largest Economy?

    The retailer plans to exit Japan after 16 tough years.

  • How Microsoft Is Winning Some of Amazon’s Business
    Market Realist13 hours ago

    How Microsoft Is Winning Some of Amazon’s Business

    Walmart (WMT) is teaming up with Amazon (AMZN) rival Microsoft (MSFT) for a strategic partnership to use Microsoft’s cloud technology. The announcement of the partnership came just a few weeks after rumors indicated that Microsoft was working with Walmart to rival Amazon’s cashier-less stores, Amazon Go. 

  • AutoZone, O'Reilly fend off Amazon and Walmart in battle over auto parts market ... for now
    CNBC15 hours ago

    AutoZone, O'Reilly fend off Amazon and Walmart in battle over auto parts market ... for now

    Stores that sell car batteries, mufflers and other parts are facing new pressure since Amazon started selling auto parts online last year. Big retailers like Walmart have also jumped into the fray, in part, to compete against Amazon. So far, auto parts retailers have been spared from sharing the same fate as Barnes & Noble, Toys R Us and so many other companies rendered redundant by Amazon.

  • CNBC15 hours ago

    AutoZone, O'Reilly fend off Amazon and Walmart in battle over auto parts market ... for now

    Auto parts retailers have been spared from sharing the same fate as Barnes & Noble, Toys R Us and so many other companies rendered redundant by Amazon. About 80 percent of AutoZone's business comes from people repairing their own cars with the other 20 percent coming from professional mechanics. Amazon AMZN has crushed many iconic American companies, but auto parts retailers like O'Reilly ORLY and AutoZone AZO have managed to fend them off.

  • Walmart May Launch a Video Streaming Service
    Motley Fool15 hours ago

    Walmart May Launch a Video Streaming Service

    The retailer thinks there's an opening for a low-cost option aimed at its core customers.

  • Barrons.com18 hours ago

    Netflix: Will Walmart Try to Undercut It on Price?

    If you’re already bummed about Netflix’s (NFLX) most-recently reported subscriber growth numbers—not everyone is—the prospect of even more well-funded competition may not thrill you. Walmart is thinking of a service priced below $8 per month, according to one of the people. Netflix has been steadily raising the price of its service, which now costs between $8 and $14 a month, while Amazon charges $8.99 a month for its Prime Video service.

  • Company News For Jul 18, 2018
    Zacks20 hours ago

    Company News For Jul 18, 2018

    Companies in the news are: UNH, CMA, WMT, MSFT, GS

  • Walmart Likely to Venture Into Subscription-Based Streaming
    Zacks20 hours ago

    Walmart Likely to Venture Into Subscription-Based Streaming

    If hearsays are to be trusted, Walmart (WMT) is planning to launch a new subscription based streaming service. However, management is yet to confirm such rumors.

  • 3 Growth Stocks That Could Put Facebook's Returns to Shame
    Motley Fool20 hours ago

    3 Growth Stocks That Could Put Facebook's Returns to Shame

    The social media giant has had a great run, but these stocks could outpace it in the future.

  • Why Microsoft Formed a Strategic Alliance with Walmart
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    Why Microsoft Formed a Strategic Alliance with Walmart

    Yesterday, Microsoft (MSFT) formed a strategic partnership with Walmart (WMT). Under the terms of the five-year agreement, the retail giant gets the opportunity to use Microsoft’s Azure cloud, AI, Office 365, and IoT (Internet of Things) to improve its retail performance. Walmart plans to shift many applications to the Azure platform.

  • ACCESSWIRE22 hours ago

    Today's Research Reports on Stocks to Watch: Amazon and Walmart

    Shares of Walmart also saw gains as it was announced that the company may be working on a streaming video service that could rival Netflix and Amazon. It was also revealed that Walmart is partnering with Microsoft to take on Amazon as well.

  • Why Microsoft Just Picked a Side in the Walmart-Amazon War
    Zacks23 hours ago

    Why Microsoft Just Picked a Side in the Walmart-Amazon War

    On Tuesday, Walmart (WMT) revealed that it has entered a five-year deal with Microsoft (MSFT) which will allow the retail giant to use the tech firm's cloud solutions, such as Azure and 365. For Walmart, the benefits are clear, but why would Microsoft want to pick a side in the big box retailer's ongoing war with Amazon?

  • Walmart And Microsoft To Take On Amazon
    Zacksyesterday

    Walmart And Microsoft To Take On Amazon

    Your enemy???s enemy is your friend.

  • Microsoft Just Scored a Huge Cloud Win Against Amazon
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Microsoft Just Scored a Huge Cloud Win Against Amazon

    Walmart is partnering with the software giant to power its cloud computing operations.

  • Why Walmart, Amazon, and Charles Schwab Jumped Today
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why Walmart, Amazon, and Charles Schwab Jumped Today

    Between new partnerships, successful sales, and strong earnings, these three stocks popped today.

  • Asda proposes closure of London distribution center, 261 jobs at risk
    Reuters2 days ago

    Asda proposes closure of London distribution center, 261 jobs at risk

    Asda, the British supermarket arm of Walmart (:WMT - News) that has agreed to be taken over by rival Sainsbury's (LSE:SBRY.L - News), has proposed the closure of an online grocery distribution center in London, putting 261 jobs at risk, it said on Tuesday. The group said it has entered into a consultation with staff at the facility in Enfield, north London. Asda said the Enfield site was restricted, preventing its further development.

  • What Analysts’ Ratings and Walmart’s Valuation Indicate
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What Analysts’ Ratings and Walmart’s Valuation Indicate

    As of July 13, Walmart (WMT) stock was trading at a forward PE ratio of 18.0x, 8.6% higher than its four-year multiple of 16.6x, and higher than Target’s (TGT) 14.5x and the benchmark index. Meanwhile, its multiple was lower than Costco’s (COST) 28.9x. 

  • Could Upward Sales Trends Boost Walmart Stock?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Could Upward Sales Trends Boost Walmart Stock?

    Walmart’s (WMT) US business has remained strong despite growing competition from the expansion of Amazon (AMZN) and other deep discount chains. Walmart’s US business, which is also its largest business segment by sales and profitability, has reported year-over-year comps growth in the past 15 quarters, and traffic growth for the past 14 quarters.

  • How Walmart’s Digital Initiatives Could Pay Off
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How Walmart’s Digital Initiatives Could Pay Off

    As Walmart’s (WMT) e-commerce business was the primary catalyst behind its impressive stock performance in 2017, the slowdown in its digital sales has irked investors. Walmart has expanded its online grocery pickup services to more than 1,400 stores and expects to close fiscal 2019 with 2,100 locations offering the service. To make customers’ shopping experience easier and more convenient, Walmart is expanding its doorstep delivery offerings by partnering with on-demand services such as DoorDash and Postmates.

  • Could Walmart Stock Bounce Back in H2 2018?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Could Walmart Stock Bounce Back in H2 2018?

    Walmart (WMT) stock underperformed both Target (TGT) and Costco (COST) in the first half of 2018, mostly due to its e-commerce sales growth slowing down sequentially during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018, to 23.0%.

  • Walmart Adds New Leaf to Digital Story With Microsoft Deal
    Zacks2 days ago

    Walmart Adds New Leaf to Digital Story With Microsoft Deal

    Walmart (WMT) to partner with Microsoft and bolster cloud computing technology to offer improved shopping experience to customers.

  • Petco aims to reinvent the pet store with something you can't buy online
    CNBC2 days ago

    Petco aims to reinvent the pet store with something you can't buy online

    The launch of the new PetCoach store comes as the pet-goods industry overall has been under increasing pressure.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Stocks to Watch: Goldman Sachs, Netflix, Amazon, J&J, UnitedHealth, Walmart, Ford, Omnicom, Redfin

    Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday's session are Goldman Sachs, Netflix, Amazon.com, Johnson & Johnson and UnitedHealth.

  • UPS tests 'smart lock' technology in New York apartment buildings
    Reuters2 days ago

    UPS tests 'smart lock' technology in New York apartment buildings

    United Parcel Service Inc (NYSE:UPS - News) on Tuesday said it is testing "smart lock" technology that allows its delivery drivers to open doors and drop multiple packages at secure locations inside apartment buildings around New York City.The test includes "hundreds of non-doorman" multi-family buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have installed Latch's "smart access system." The project comes as UPS is working to make "last-mile" e-commerce deliveries to households more convenient and cost effective by reducing package theft and the need for drivers to make repeated delivery attempts. "It's difficult to securely deliver packages in high-density, multi-family urban residences, especially when people are not at home," said Jerome Roberts, vice president of global product innovation at UPS.