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Walmart Inc. (WMT)

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(Sharecast News) - US retail giant Walmart fell short of analysts's estimates for its total sales in the third quarter but a 41% increase in online revenues still saw the company come in ahead of earnings expectations.

(Sharecast News) - Wall Street futures were pointing to a positive start to trading on Tuesday after the major US stock market indices tumbled during the previous session after China announced its plans to raise tariffs on $60bn-worth of US imports on 1 June.

(Sharecast News) - Sainsbury and Asda have to offered to sell between 125 and 150 supermarkets, plus a number of convenience stores and petrol stations, to another grocery rival or a new entrant in a bid to persuade authorities to allow their merger.

(Sharecast News) - Wal Mart saw sales accelerate over the all-important holiday trading period as the US retail giant succeded in luring shoppers out from behind their computers and into its brick and mortar locations.

(Sharecast News) - The date of the report by the UK competition watchdog into the proposed merger between Sainsbury's and Asda has been pushed back by eight weeks.

(Sharecast News) - Walmart has been targeted by a new bill that would prevent large companies from completing stock buy-backs unless their employees are paid at least $15 an hour, which was introduced by senator Bernie Sanders.

(Sharecast News) - Walmart turned in a stronger-than-expected set of sales figures ahead of the all-important holiday season, leading the retailer to boost its full-year outlook and put rival Amazon on notice.

(Sharecast News) - Walmart downgraded its 2019 earnings forecast on Tuesday to account for its acquisition of Indian e-commerce company Flipkart earlier this year.

(Sharecast News) - UK competition authorities have found 463 local areas where the proposed merger between Sainsbury's and Asda would be problematic.

(Sharecast News) - Over two thirds of the top 50 federal contractors and corporate subsidy recipients paid their CEO more than 100 times their median worker pay in 2017, the latest Executive Excess report revealed.

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Market Data

Currency US Dollars
52 Week High $121.28
52 Week Low $94.77
Shares Issued 2,867.12m
Market Cap $332,873m


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