CANADA STOCKS-TSX adds to record high; led by energy, Restaurant Brands - Reuters

TORONTO, Feb 21 Canada's main stock index closed at a record high on Tuesday, with energy shares leading broad-based gains as oil prices climbed, while Restaurant Brands International Inc jumped more than 7 percent after it announced an acquisition.

Wal-Mart keeps working to make inroads against Amazon - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Mel Evans, AP Wal-Mart said its latest profit was hurt in part by higher spending on its digital business. Text size. comment. share. tweet. email. Print. more. Share on: Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest. Copy shortlink: Purchase ...

Wal-Mart Is Up Over 3% On 4th Quarter Earnings (This Is Why) - ValueWalk

Wal-Mart (WMT) shares are up over 3% thanks to better-than-expected 4th quarter results. Highlights from the quarter are listed below: Constant-currency revenue growth of 3.0%; U.S. Comparable store sales growth of 1.8%; E-commerce gross margin value ...

Retail Earnings Roundup: WMT, M, HD Soar After Impressive Reports - Yahoo Finance

After a spree of disappointing holiday sales announcements, investors have been less-than-excited about a tepid retail industry that has continued to struggle in the face of changing consumer behavior. However, solid fourth-quarter reports from Wal ...

News - Investor's Business Daily

Wal-Mart's (WMT) fourth-quarter earnings and U.S. same-store sales beat forecasts Tuesday as online sales jumped, and its guidance for full-year revenue growth exceeded Wall Street estimates. The retail giant's earnings per share dropped 13% to $1.30, ...

Move over, Amazon: Here comes Walmart - CNNMoney

Walmart reported its latest results Tuesday: Earnings topped forecasts, while overall sales missed estimates slightly. The surprising news was that Walmart's e-commerce revenue in the United States rose 29% from a year ago. That compares with a 22% ...

Tax Refund Delays Give Walmart Slow Start to 2017 - Yahoo Finance

Your tax refund may come later than usual this year thanks to Uncle Sam -- and that has some Walmart (NYSE:WMT) shoppers on the sidelines. “The year started slower than anticipated,” said Walmart Chief Financial Officer Brett Biggs on Tuesday when ...