Bradley D. Owens, a general counsel of Walmart Incorporated (NYSE: WMT) had sold off 1250 shares on 24th June, Thursday at a $120 average price per share. The entire value stood at $150,000.
Detailed Overview Of WMT Stock
On Tuesday, the opening value of WMT was $140.05. The moving average over a period of 50 days stands at $139.87. The market capitalization currently stands at $392.44Bn with a 0.46 beta. The highest and lowest value of the stock over a period of 1 year currently stands at $153.66 and $126.28 respectively.
The latest report on WMT’s quarterly earnings was posted on 18th May, Tuesday. An EPS of $1.69 was reported, topping the consensus $1.21 estimate. The net margin and the equity return stood at 2.18% and 19.92% respectively. The revenue was reported to be $138.80Bn, beating the expected $131.53Bn. Last year, in the same quarter an EPS of $1.18 was reported.
Several equities analysts have issued their reports on WMT stock. Raymond James increased their objective price to $165 from $155 while issuing a rating of “outperform” on 25th May, Tuesday. Citigroup upped their price target to $179 from $172 while issuing a rating of “buy” on 19th May, Wednesday. Zacks Investment Research increased their rating to “buy” from “hold” while giving a price target of $149 on 24th May, Monday. Telsey Advisory Group increased their target price to $170 from $162 while issuing a rating of “outperform” on 19th May, Wednesday.
In general, 1 analyst has issued a rating of “sell”, 5 have issued a rating of “hold” while 22 have issued a rating of “buy”. The consensus target price stands at $162.20.
Los Angeles Capital Management LLC, Mattern Capital Management LLC, Ironwood Wealth Management LLC, Eagle Capital Management LLC, and Sage Mountain Advisors LLC all increased their stake in WMT stock.