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Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT.N)

WMT.N on New York Stock Exchange

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17 Nov 2017
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Fri, Nov 17 2017

BRIEF-Wal-Mart says has preordered 5 of Tesla's new electric trucks for U.S.‍​‍​

* Wal-Mart says has pre-ordered 5 units of Tesla's new heavy-duty electric vehicle for the U.S. - Statement ‍​

Australia shares expected to gain on Friday; NZ steady

Nov 17 Australian shares were set for a strong start on Friday, taking a cue from Wall Street which was boosted by gains in Wal-Mart and technology shares. Basic materials stocks, the second biggest sector on the benchmark index by market capitalization, stand to gain from iron ore prices that climbed 2.09 percent on the Dalian Commodity Exchange . The local share price index futures climbed 0.7 percent, or 42 points to 5993, a 49.489

Wal-Mart shares jump on strong U.S. sales growth

CHICAGO Wal-Mart Stores Inc reported better-than-expected U.S. comparable sales on Thursday, as customers stocked up on food and other supplies ahead of hurricanes and online purchases soared, sending its shares up more than 8.5 percent. | Video

US STOCKS-Wal-Mart, tech stocks lead Wall St gains

* Wal-Mart hits record high after results, boosts staples index

UPDATE 4-Wal-Mart shares jump on strong U.S. sales growth

CHICAGO, Nov 16 Wal-Mart Stores Inc reported better-than-expected U.S. comparable sales on Thursday, as customers stocked up on food and other supplies ahead of hurricanes and online purchases soared, sending its shares up more than 8.5 percent.

US STOCKS-Gains in Wal-Mart, Cisco lift Wall Street

* Indexes up: Dow 0.77 pct, S&P 0.76 pct, Nasdaq 1.17 pct (Changes comment, updates prices, adds details on tax plan)

UPDATE 2-Asda's stalling sales growth shows new boss' challenge

LONDON, Nov 16 Sales growth at Asda, the British supermarket arm of Walmart, the world's largest retailer, slowed in its latest quarter, showing the tough task facing its new boss to rev-up its recovery in a cut-throat market.

US STOCKS-Wall St recovers on strong Wal-Mart, Cisco earnings

* Indexes up: Dow 0.55 pct, S&P 0.44 pct, Nasdaq 0.72 pct (Updates to open)

Big businesses from Apple to Walmart say train suppliers to stamp out slavery

(This version of the story corrects the number of workers helped in paragraph 6)

CORRECTED-Big businesses from Apple to Walmart say train suppliers to stamp out slavery

LONDON, Nov 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Businesses striving to stamp out slavery from their supply chains should not dismiss struggling suppliers but train them to improve the lives of workers, and technology can play a part, leading companies including Apple and Walmart said on Wednesday.

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