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January 16, 2013
06:47 EDTCAB, SWHC, WMT, RGRObama to propose array of gun control measures, Washington Post says
President Obama is expected to propose wide ranging gun control measures later today, including mandatory background checks for all firearms buyers, and prohibitions of assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips, according to The Washington Post. The president is also expected to outline a number of executive actions that his administration can implement on its own, including enhanced federal scientific research on gun violence and a modernized federal database system to track guns, criminals and the mentally ill, the newspaper added. Reference Link
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November 17, 2015
07:05 EDTWMTWal-Mart narrows FY16 EPS view to $4.50-$4.65 from $4.40-$4.70
CFO Charles Holley says, "We delivered solid earnings per share that was well within our guidance. Looking ahead, we are narrowing our full-year earnings per share guidance to range between $4.50 and $4.65, including a range of $1.40 to $1.55 for the fourth quarter. This includes ongoing headwinds from currency, which we now expect will impact earnings per share by $0.16, compared to $0.15 from last quarter's guidance. We continue to expect relatively flat total sales growth for the year. Without the currency impact, our full-year total net sales growth would be around 3 percent."
07:04 EDTWMTWal-Mart sees Q4 EPS $1.40-$1.55, consensus $1.43
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07:03 EDTWMTWal-Mart reports Q3 continuing ops EPS $1.03, consensus 98c
Reports Q3 revenue $117.41B, consensus $117.79B. Q3 diluted EPS from continuing operations was $1.03, benefited by approximately 4c from an adjustment for certain leases. Currency negatively impacted EPS by 4c. On a constant currency basis1, total revenue was $122.4 billion, an increase of 2.8%.
06:39 EDTWMTWal-Mart Asia CEO: China to drive over half of sector growth, CNBC says
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06:27 EDTWMTWal-Mart may see worst y/y decline since 1973, WSJ says
Wal-Mart's stock has slumped roughly 40% since reaching over $90 in January, setting the company up for its worst year over year decline since 1973, Steven Russolillo of the Wall Street Journal's Ahead of the Tape reports. There is not much reason to believe that the retailer's shares will rebound ahead of Tuesday's quarterly report, Russolillo says. Deflationary concerns and the growing e-commerce market represent two structural issues hindering Wal-Mart's ability to stage swift turnaround, the report says. Reference Link
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