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WMT Jun 2025 65.000 put

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3.8600-0.4200 (-9.81%)
At close: 01:27PM EDT
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Previous close4.2800
Expiry date2025-06-20
Day's range3.8600 - 3.8600
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest231
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Walmart CFO, Fmr Home Depot CEO, & more: C-Suite Insights

    Yahoo Finance sat down with executives across a variety of industries. Here are some of the key moments: tastylive Founder and CEO Tom Sosnoff (00:00:05) tastylive Founder and CEO Tom Sosnoff discusses the recent surge in GameStop (GME) shares. “This is not going to be a repeat of 2021 and that whole… crazy meme stock explosion,” Sosnoff notes. “I think this is going to be... a much more muted version of what we saw… I do not think this is 2021 all over again.” The Vitamin Shoppe CEO Lee Wright (00:00:49) The Vitamin Shoppe CEO Lee Wright discusses how the company’s “expanding the ecosphere of what The Vitamin Shoppe offers to both existing and new customers” with its new GLP-1 program. On the state of the consumer, Wright notes, “we are seeing a consumer that is a bit strained right now, they are feeling pressure, they’re looking for more value.” Former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli (00:01:11) Former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli explains that “some of the discretionary projects that were done during COVID, post 9/11, when the home became a sanctuary, are now being deferred,” as Home Depot's (HD) first quarter earnings missed revenue estimates. Thrive Market CEO Nick Green (00:01:50) Thrive Market CEO Nick Green notes that “people are looking for ways to save.” “People have gotten hit, they’re feeling it. It’s even more acute on certain kind of staples.” Walmart CFO John David Rainey (00:02:11) Walmart (WMT) CFO John David Rainey notes that “the consumer has been relatively consistent,” as the company reported first quarter earnings. “We see that wallets are still stretched, they’re still looking for value, they’re still using discretion with buying those... higher income items.” For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here. This post was written by Mariela Rosales.

  • Zacks

    Retail Earnings: A Closer Look

    The bulk of the Q1 earnings season is now behind us, with results from more than 460 S&P 500 companies already out. This week, retail took the spotlight, but how were the results?


    Will Walmart Keep Its Rich Customers? The Challenges That Lie Ahead.

    Higher-income shoppers helped Walmart notch another blockbuster quarter. Former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon suggests it could be. While attracting affluent shoppers amid high inflation and a volatile economy is easy, retaining them once economic conditions improve is harder, he cautioned.