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Total revenue of Walmart worldwide from 2012 to 2019

Total revenue of Walmart worldwide from 2012 to 2019 (in billion U.S. dollars)

by Liam O'Connell, last edited Apr 4, 2019
Total revenue of Walmart worldwide from 2012 to 2019 Walmart, formerly known as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., is one of the most well-known and valuable brands in the world. Walmart began in the United States as a single discount store, whose model was to sell more for less. Nowadays, Walmart has discount stores, supercenters, and neighborhood markets around the world. The multinational company has developed into the largest retailer in the world, generating revenues of over 510 billion U.S. dollars in its most recent fiscal year.
Powerhouse of retail in both domestic and international markets

Walmart deals in a wide variety of products, such as groceries, apparel, furniture, home appliances, and electronics. The company operates through three distinct business segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, and Sam’s Club. Walmart’s strongest segment, in terms of revenue, is Walmart U.S., which operates retail stores in the company’s domestic market of the United States. This segment also includes Walmart’s U.S. eCommerce website: walmart.com. The company’s Walmart International and Sam’s Club business divisions operate globally generating revenue through retail, wholesale, membership club, and online product sales.

How do other leading retailers compare to Walmart, in terms of sales revenue?

Walmart is far ahead of its rivals in the global fast moving consumer goods sector, with over double the retail sales of its closest competitors. In terms of historic sales revenue, Amazon and Costco have also witnessed the steady growth experienced by Walmart over the past number of years.
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by Liam O'Connell, last edited Apr 4, 2019
Walmart, formerly known as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., is one of the most well-known and valuable brands in the world. Walmart began in the United States as a single discount store, whose model was to sell more for less. Nowadays, Walmart has discount stores, supercenters, and neighborhood markets around the world. The multinational company has developed into the largest retailer in the world, generating revenues of over 510 billion U.S. dollars in its most recent fiscal year.
Powerhouse of retail in both domestic and international markets

Walmart deals in a wide variety of products, such as groceries, apparel, furniture, home appliances, and electronics. The company operates through three distinct business segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, and Sam’s Club. Walmart’s strongest segment, in terms of revenue, is Walmart U.S., which operates retail stores in the company’s domestic market of the United States. This segment also includes Walmart’s U.S. eCommerce website: walmart.com. The company’s Walmart International and Sam’s Club business divisions operate globally generating revenue through retail, wholesale, membership club, and online product sales.

How do other leading retailers compare to Walmart, in terms of sales revenue?

Walmart is far ahead of its rivals in the global fast moving consumer goods sector, with over double the retail sales of its closest competitors. In terms of historic sales revenue, Amazon and Costco have also witnessed the steady growth experienced by Walmart over the past number of years.
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