Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT)
$121.56 0.55 (0.45%)
19:59 EDT WMT Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $121.56
Market Cap 358.70B
PE Ratio 40.52
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 13.11M
Day's Range 119.91 - 122.68
52-Week Range 102.00 - 133.38
Dividend & Yield 2.07 (1.70%)
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WMT stock is moving slightly higher on Tuesday after the company reported EPS and revenue figures above Wall Street's estimates.
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Stocks swooned Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the novel coronavirus is creating lingering uncertainty for the U.S. economy while scoffing at the notion that negative interest rates could help the world's largest economy regain its footing.
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