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Walmart earnings: what to expect
Information is not investment advice
Walmart will report its earnings for the fourth quarter.
The report will be out this Thursday before the markets open at 14.00 MT time (GMT+2). Note that the stock trading is available from 16:30 MT time.
The world's biggest retailer is expected to report earnings of $1.51 a share. Investors widely expect Walmart to exceed expectations due to the huge sales during the holiday period and the company’s progress in e-commerce. The earnings result will prove whether Walmart can keep race with such e-commerce giants like Amazon or not.
Walmart has been dipping since November, but hopefully, better-than-expected earnings results will help the stock to escape the current descending channel. The break above the high of February 9 at $.146.50 will drive the stock to the high of January 12 at $150.00. Support levels are $143.00 and $139.00.
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