Woolworths Ltd (WOW)

38.300
-0.760(-1.95%)
  • Volume:
    1,450,846
  • Bid/Ask:
    38.300/38.340
  • Day's Range:
    38.260 - 38.860

WOW Overview

Prev. Close
39.06
Day's Range
38.26-38.86
Revenue
76.36B
Open
38.8
52 wk Range
31.8-42.66
EPS
1.22
Volume
1,450,846
Market Cap
49.32B
Dividend (Yield)
0.55
(2.61%)
Average Volume (3m)
2,009,615
P/E Ratio
31.97
Beta
0.5
1-Year Change
15.93%
Shares Outstanding
1,262,553,380
Next Earnings Date
26 Oct 2021
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Woolworths Ltd Company Profile

Woolworths Ltd Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
210067
Market
Australia

Woolworths Group Limited operates retail stores. It operates through Australian Food, New Zealand Food, BIG W, and Other segments. The Australian Food segment procures and resells food and related products, and provides services to customers in Australia. It operates 1,076 Woolworths supermarkets and Metro Food stores. The New Zealand Food segment is involved in the procurement and resale of food and drinks, and provides services to customers in New Zealand. This segment operates 184 countdown supermarkets, as well as engages in the wholesale operations. The BIG W segment procures and resells discount general merchandise products to customers in Australia. This segment operates 176 BIG W stores. The company was formerly known as Woolworths Limited and changed its name to Woolworths Group Limited in December 2017. Woolworths Group Limited was incorporated in 1924 and is based in Bella Vista, Australia.

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  • same price now Trev maybe you have to shit as well
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    • you got to eat!
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      • You need to eat but you don't need to hoard toilet paper  or expect to pay for milk at $1 a litre. I think the profits are from the unethical capatalism of FOMO, and addictions to processed foods and excessive packaging. The business model is currently supported by the current world economic systems. But certainly most retail are unethical, and just talk the talk not walk the talk and make it very difficult for any staff or company trying to break the market that truely act on an aim to zero gross emissions.
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    • this will go up some more.
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      • How can you know
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