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Financial, Retail

Walmart Inc. Net Sales Exceed $150 Billion in Q4

The retail behemoth reports  that total revenue was $152.9 billion for the fourth-quarter 2021, up 0.5 percent, and that total revenue was $572.8 billion for the year-ended.

BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) has released its fourth-quarter results reporting that total revenue was $152.9 billion, up 0.5 percent, and full-year revenue of $572.8 billion, up 2.4 percent.


-- Company delivers strong holiday results globally. Total revenue was $152.9 billion, up 0.5%, negatively affected by $10.2 billion due to divestitures.

-- Strong sales in Walmart U.S. with market share gains in grocery. eCommerce sales grew 1% and 70% on a two-year stack.

-- Competitive pricing remains in focus globally. Consolidated gross profit rate up 10 bps; 54 bps in Walmart U.S.

--Sam’s Club comp sales increased 10.4%, and 21.2% on a two-year stack. Membership income increased 9.1%.

-- Walmart International net sales were $27.0 billion, a decrease of $7.9 billion, or 22.6%, negatively affected by $10.1 billion due to divestitures. China, Mexico and Flipkart delivered strong growth.

-- Navigated higher supply chain costs and pandemic-related challenges well, while executing strategic initiatives. Consolidated operating expenses as a percentage of net sales was relatively flat.

-- Consolidated operating income was $5.9 billion, an increase of 7.3%.
-- Adjusted operating income increased 5.9%. Both were negatively affected by about 60 basis points due to divestitures.

--Company prioritizes in-stock levels. Inventory up 26% globally; 28% in the U.S., affected by higher cost of goods, mix, and higher in-transit shipments.


-- Total revenue was $572.8 billion, up 2.4%, negatively affected by $32.7 billion related to divestitures. Excluding currency, total revenue would have increased 1.6% to $568.2 billion.

-- Walmart U.S. comp sales increased 6.4% and 15.0% on a two-year stack.

-- Walmart U.S. eCommerce sales grew 11.0% and 90% on a two-year stack.

-- Robust growth in marketplace and fulfillment services in the U.S., Mexico and India. Added approximately 20,000 new sellers to the U.S. marketplace.

-- Global advertising business reached $2.1 billion as the company’s flywheel accelerates. In the U.S., active advertisers using Walmart Connect increased 136%.

-- Sam’s Club comp sales increased 9.8% and 21.6% on a two-year stack. Membership income increased 11.3%.

-- Walmart International net sales decreased 16.8%, negatively affected by approximately $32.6 billion related to divestitures.

-- The company generated $24.2 billion in operating cash flow and returned $15.9 billion to shareholders through dividends and share repurchases.

-- GAAP EPS of $4.87; Adjusted EPS of $6.46.

-- Repurchased $9.8 billion in shares for the fiscal year, representing around 50% of the $20 billion authorization announced last year.

The company will hold a live conference call with the Investment Community at 7 a.m. CST on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, to discuss the company’s fourth quarter earnings results for fiscal year 2022. The event will be webcast live and accessible by logging onto and selecting the Fourth Quarter Earnings Release event.

Walmart Inc. operates 10,500 stores and clubs under 46 banners in 24 countries and e-commerce websites. and on Twitter at
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