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Amazon's U.S. e-commerce sales still appear to be much bigger than Walmart's. And a large portion of Walmart's e-commerce sales might involve purchases that otherwise would have taken place at physical Walmart stores.
Walmart stock is rallying after first-quarter earnings, but is it going to be enough to break out?
I think WMT serves as a good name to play and is a much better deal than trying to grab on to Amazon shares.
The reaction we're seeing in WMT stock after its results is the correct one.
CSCO shares are roaring higher in today's session following last night's terrific earnings release.
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Perhaps the most impressive line-item that I notice here is the growth in e-commerce sales.
Walmart posted much stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings Thursday as same-store sales in the United States beat expectations amid a renewed push in the retailer's e-commerce division.
There is more confidence that the momentum stocks may see sustained upside.
Walmart is apparently not the culprit for the disappointing retail sales numbers.
Walmart earnings are making the headlines. But, did you know that the retailer has been around since 1962 and is the brainchild of Sam 'Mr. Sam' Walton? Watch the video timeline.
We could see an important breakout for WMT shares Thursday or Friday.
Global stocks traded lower across the board Thursday as investors reacted to a series of moves by President Donald Trump, including the blacklisting of China's Huawei Technologies from doing business with the United States, that underscored the breadth of his myriad trade disputes and their potential impact on the world's largest economy.
My better bet will remain on the cloud until the direction that global business has to move toward changes fundamentally.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly after Donald Trump blacklists China's Huawei Technologies from doing business with the United States; Cisco Systems rises after third-quarter earnings beat estimates and the company issues a strong revenue forecast; Walmart, Nvidia, Pinterest and Applied Materials report earnings Thursday.
Macy's is more economically sensitive than Walmart, making Macy's potentially more vulnerable to tariffs.
Walmart's plan to take market share from Amazon may be more important than the earnings results. Buy Walmart on weakness down about $5 from here. Sell it on strength $3 to $7 higher.
I really see the dividend payment as the only reason any investor would want an equity stake in this name.
With the U.S. inflation rate lagging well below the Federal Reserve's 2% target, President Donald Trump's increased tariffs on Chinese imports could push up consumer prices -- by a lot. A recent study puts the estimate at $2,300 annually for a U.S. family of four.
U.S. stock futures decline though sentiment gets a lift from a softening of the rhetoric from Donald Trump in the U.S.-China trade war; Cisco, Alibaba and Macy's report earnings; Tilray shares rise after the Canadian cannabis company posts a revenue beat.
The giant retailer is considering an initial public offering for its U.K. grocery subsidiary Asda, a report says.
On day three, the sellers forget why they sold and the buyers remember why they like stocks.
Stocks shook off Monday's bruising U.S.-China trade war selloff to end in positive territory.
Here's what to expect when the giant chipmaker and retailer report earnings on Thursday.
New NextDay delivery sounds great, but I'd turn my focus to earnings.
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