Walmart’s third quarter must have been a successful one, as the retailer has reported some impressive results. Among consolidated revenue of $160.8 billion, United States comparable sales up 4.9 percent, U.S. e-commerce up 24 percent, Walmart revealed significant growth for the quarter.
“We had strong revenue growth across segments for the quarter, and we’re excited to get an early start to the holiday season,” said Doug McMillon, President and Chief Executive Officer, Walmart. “From a Thanksgiving meal that costs less than last year to great prices on fashion, toys, electronics, and seasonal decorations, we’re here to help families from around the world make this a special time. Looking ahead, our inventory is in good shape, the teams are focused, and our associates are ready to serve our customers and members whenever and however they want to be served.”
As a recent release noted, the company’s omnichannel model continues to resonate with customers, helping to deliver strong comp sales, including 4.9 percent for Walmart U.S. The company also saw a strong boost in e-commerce sales, led by strength in pickup and delivery.
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