“Price will continue to be a major factor for U.S. customers over the holidays. Our strong price position and broad assortment are clear competitive advantages,” he explained. “Across all of our markets, we are seeing the same price consciousness as we do in the United States. More customers are part of a growing global middle class, looking for quality, value and a better life, and our EDLP model matters to these customers.”Duke also noted that the company continues to invest in e-commerce to build the anywhere, anytime relationship that customers want.
Walmart Reports Q3 EPS Of $1.08, Reaffirms Top End Of Full-year EPS Guidance; Company Is Well Positioned For Q4 Holidays
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