The last time we saw Walmart and Walmart Express, the two biggest online retailers for American sporting goods, exchanging their stock.
That exchange, which started in December of 2017, lasted about three months.
Walmart has now been trading on the exchange for three months and it has generated $7.6 billion in revenue, according to the company.
What’s interesting is that Walmart’s stock has gone up over the past year, with the company now trading at about $70 per share, or $2.4 billion.
But Walmart has been making the same stock, just without much of a profit.
Walmart’s business model, which has always relied on a huge customer base of mostly millennials, has shifted to selling more traditional merchandise.
The company also has a lot of cash on hand, but with the stock prices of its biggest competitors in the retail space going down, Walmart is going to be struggling to find ways to generate cash flow.
The company, in the past, has used its stock as a way to raise cash for a variety of other initiatives.
In the past three years, Walmart has raised $7 billion in debt.
Walmart raised $4.3 billion in cash and borrowed in the same period, according the company’s website.
It also has $5.3 trillion in cash.
So, when Walmart buys stock from one of its competitors, the company doesn’t have much of an incentive to spend it on something that it might not see an immediate return on.
The stock also doesn’t come with the same protection from the market as its own.
At the end of the day, Walmart will have to decide whether it wants to invest in its own retail business, or keep spending its cash on buying back stock from its competitors.