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Wal-Mart de México, S.A.B. de C.V. (WALMEX.MX)

Mexico - Mexico Delayed price. Currency in MXN
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67.86-1.07 (-1.55%)
At close: 02:59PM CST
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Previous close68.93
Open69.09
Bid67.82 x 50100
Ask67.92 x 470000
Day's range67.78 - 69.09
52-week range59.28 - 75.29
Volume21,041,532
Avg. volume15,644,969
Market cap1.185T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.15
PE ratio (TTM)23.08
EPS (TTM)2.94
Earnings date24 Apr 2024 - 29 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.90 (2.80%)
Ex-dividend date05 Apr 2023
1y target est78.47
  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX advances as dollar weakens on dour economic data

    * Mexico's Walmex down after Q4 results * FX up 0.1%, stocks add 0.3% By Shashwat Chauhan Feb 15 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies advanced on Thursday as the dollar softened after a bigger-than-expected fall in U.S. retail sales, with Brazil's real and the Colombian peso leading the charge. Brazil's main stock index gained 0.2%, lifted by rising utilities and consumer staples shares.

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    Retailer Walmex eyes more Mexico stores after fastest expansion in decade

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -The chief executive of Mexican retailer Walmex on Thursday said the company could continue to grow its footprint in Latin America's No. 2 economy, after 2023 marked its fastest year for adding new stores in a decade. The Walmart unit said in a call to discuss results that it had opened 162 new stores across Mexico and Central America last year - the most stores added in a single year in a decade - including 101 in the last three months of 2023. "The opportunity to grow our stores in Mexico remains very present," said Chief Executive Guilherme Loureiro.

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    UPDATE 2-Retailer Walmex eyes more Mexico stores after fastest expansion in decade

    The chief executive of Mexican retailer Walmex on Thursday said the company could continue to grow its footprint in Latin America's No. 2 economy, after 2023 marked its fastest year for adding new stores in a decade. The Walmart unit said in a call to discuss results that it had opened 162 new stores across Mexico and Central America last year - the most stores added in a single year in a decade - including 101 in the last three months of 2023. "The opportunity to grow our stores in Mexico remains very present," said Chief Executive Guilherme Loureiro.