Wal-Mart Stores

NYSE: WMT
$131.85
-$0.04 (0.0%)
Closing price August 13, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the status quo for brick-and-mortar retail and online retail. Just how "forever" those changes are will depend on how long the pandemic lasts.
Ascena Retail went under financially and took with it 20,000 jobs. Did Amazon.com cause this or did the pandemic?
Amazon shares have skyrocketed because investors realize that the company has benefited tremendously from the pandemic.
Many investors feel like the key stocks in the market have simply gotten away from them, but those fears are perhaps misguided, according to some key analysts.
Walmart has confirmed that it the company will restart discussions with potential buyers for its U.K. Asda grocery chain.
Walmart will adopt a new policy on July 20 requiring all customers at its Walmart and Sam's Club stores to wear a facemask.
Big names like Walmart and Costco certainly will ride out the pandemic. Surprisingly, dollar stores appear to have a fighting chance too, and they could even offer more upside than the retail...
Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) shares were attractive as the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. Its e-commerce business surged. Curb-side pick up became popular. Some research shows that 90%...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Express, Biogen, Discover Financial, DraftKings, Ericsson, Foot Locker, Gap, Kraft Heinz, Nikola, Walmart and Zscaler.
Walmart has announced on Monday that it is expanding its e-commerce marketplace to more small businesses in a pact with Shopify.
What may give investors pause is whether Amazon will continue to dominate online retail sales following the wider adoption of online shopping resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and the stay-home...
Shopify shares shot up to start out the week after Walmart announced a partnership with the Canadian e-commerce company.
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