Tag Archives: WalMart

The Week Ahead – FT

The FT’s Daniel Garrahan previews the big stories in the week ahead, including Venezuela going to the polls in a presidential election that’s been slammed by the international community, results from Walmart and Burberry, and Japan’s first-quarter GDP figures.  – … Continue reading

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Tweet of the Day: Wall Street Kicking Main Street’s Arse

About that election to “drain the swamp”…. Dow is back at 20k. Biggest post-election winner among Dow constituents = Goldman. Biggest loser = Walmart. Joe Sixpack must be delighted. pic.twitter.com/MWhimsBQRS — John Authers (@johnauthers) February 3, 2017 Hat tip to … Continue reading

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President of Wal-Mart China Resigns After Pork Scandal

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Chart of the Day: The World’s Largest Employers

Great graphic from the Economist.  Note that 7 of the 10 are government-run.  Amazing WalMart employs almost as many as the People’s Liberation Army.   Gives new meaning to the “Human Wave Theory.” (click here if graphic is not observable)

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WalMart Says “Serious Inflation” Cometh

Last week we wrote you better “prepare for sticker shock at WalMart, the Gap, and Costco in the near future.”  In our post,  Inflation Cometh: The End of Cheap Chinese Goods, we cited Li Fung, which sources goods for WalMart,  declaring … Continue reading

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