## What is Walmart's current ratio?

2022 was 0.84. Walmart has a current ratio of **0.84**. It indicates that the company may have difficulty meeting its current obligations.

**What is Walmart's quick ratio?**

It is calculated as a company's Total Current Assets excludes Total Inventories divides by its Total Current Liabilities. Walmart's quick ratio for the quarter that ended in Jul. 2022 was **0.24**. Walmart has a quick ratio of 0.24.

**What is a good current ratio for a company?**

The current ratio measures a company's capacity to meet its current obligations, typically due in one year. This metric evaluates a company's overall financial health by dividing its current assets by current liabilities. A current ratio of **1.5 to 3** is often considered good.

**Why does Walmart have a low quick ratio?**

Unsurprisingly, Wal-Mart's low quick ratio is also a result of **supplier leverage**. Specifically, at the end of the fiscal third quarter the company had $49.6 billion in inventory booked on its balance sheet; accounts payable totaled $39.2 billion for the period.

**What is Walmart's current ratio for 2021?**

Walmart Current Ratio Historical Data | ||
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Date | Current Assets | Current Ratio |

2021-10-31 | $82.96B | 0.95 |

2021-07-31 | $78.24B | 0.97 |

2021-04-30 | $76.59B | 0.95 |

**What is Walmart's 2021 ratio?**

Walmart's current ratio decreased in 2018 (0.8x, -11.8%), 2020 (0.8x, -0.5%) and 2022 (0.9x, -4.6%) and increased in 2019 (0.8x, +5.1%) and 2021 (**1.0x, +22.4%)**.

**Is 1.5 A good quick ratio?**

**A quick ratio of 1 or above is considered good**. When the ratio is at least 1, it means a company's quick assets are equal to its current liabilities. This means the company should not have trouble paying short-term debts. The higher the ratio, the better.

**What is Walmart's quick ratio for 2020?**

Walmart's quick ratio decreased in 2018 (0.2x, -17.0%) and increased in 2019 (0.2x, +14.7%), 2020 (0.2x, +12.0%), 2021 (0.3x, +29.3%) and 2022 (0.3x, +0.7%).

**What does a 1.5 quick ratio mean?**

For instance, a quick ratio of 1.5 indicates that **a company has $1.50 of liquid assets available to cover each $1 of its current liabilities**. While such numbers-based ratios offer insight into the viability and certain aspects of a business, they may not provide a complete picture of the overall health of the business.

**Is it better to have a high or low current ratio?**

**The higher the ratio is, the more capable you are of paying off your debts**. If your current ratio is low, it means you will have a difficult time paying your immediate debts and liabilities. In general, a current ratio of 2 or higher is considered good, and anything lower than 2 is a cause for concern.

## How do you know if a current ratio is good or bad?

Current ratio measures the extent to which current assets if sold would pay off current liabilities. **A ratio greater than 1.60 is considered good**. A ratio less than 1.10 is considered poor.

**Is a current ratio above 1 good?**

If a company has a high ratio (anywhere above 1) then **they are capable of paying their short-term obligations**. The higher the ratio, the more capable the company. On the other hand, if the company's current ratio is below 1, this suggests that the company is not able to pay off their short-term liabilities with cash.

**What is a good ratio for quick ratio?**

What's a good quick ratio? A good quick ratio is **any number greater than 1.0**. If your business has a quick ratio of 1.0 or greater, that typically means your business is healthy and can pay its liabilities. The greater the number, the better off your business is.

**Is Walmart financially stable?**

Walmart's 'AA' Long-Term IDR reflects its dominant global retail market share position, with $573 billion of 2021 (ended January 2022) revenue, positive comparable store sales (comps), substantial cash flow, and consistent financial strategy, which has resulted in **stable adjusted debt/EBITDAR leverage around 2x**.

**What is a good quick ratio for retail?**

The quick ratio is a financial ratio that measures a company's ability to pay its current liabilities with its most liquid assets. Retail companies typically have a quick ratio of **1.0 or higher**, which indicates that they have enough liquid assets to cover their current liabilities.

**Is Walmart overvalued?**

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Low | Target Price | High |
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**What is Walmart's current strategy?**

**Every Day Low Prices on a Broad Assortment - Anytime, Anywhere**. Every Day Low Price (EDLP) is the cornerstone of our strategy, and our price focus has never been stronger. Today's customer seeks the convenience of one-stop shopping that we offer.

**What is Amazon's current ratio?**

Amazon.com's operated at median current ratio of **1.1x** from fiscal years ending December 2017 to 2021. Looking back at the last five years, Amazon.com's current ratio peaked in December 2021 at 1.1x.

**Is Walmart the biggest company in the world 2021?**

With about 559 billion U.S. dollars in revenue, **Walmart topped the ranking of the hundred largest companies globally**, followed by State Grid and Amazon. Walmart was also the largest company in the world based on its number of employees, with some 2.2 million all over the world.

**What is Walmart's current assets?**

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Walmart Annual Total Current Assets (Millions of US $) | |
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2020 | $61,806 |

2019 | $61,897 |

2018 | $59,664 |

2017 | $57,689 |

## Who owns Walmart now 2022?

The largest shareholder of Walmart is **the Walton family**, who owns more than half of all Walmart shares. The second largest shareholder in Walmart is the Vanguard Group, who holds around 5% of total Walmart shares.

**What is Walmart's quick ratio for 2020?**

Walmart Quick Ratio Historical Data | ||
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Date | Current Assets - Inventory | Quick Ratio |

2020-04-30 | $22.11B | 0.27 |

2020-01-31 | $17.37B | 0.22 |

2019-10-31 | $16.37B | 0.20 |

**What is Walmart's current business model?**

With over $555 billion in net sales in 2021, the company operates a **differentiated Omni business model** with three primary units comprising Walmart U.S, Walmart International, and Sam's Club (approximately 12% of its net sales), a membership-only warehouse club.

**Why is 1.5 A good current ratio?**

If your current ratio is high, meaning anywhere above 1, then **the company is capable of paying its short-term obligations**. The higher the ratio is, the more capable they are of paying off debts.

**What is Walmart's current strategy?**

**Every Day Low Prices on a Broad Assortment - Anytime, Anywhere**. Every Day Low Price (EDLP) is the cornerstone of our strategy, and our price focus has never been stronger. Today's customer seeks the convenience of one-stop shopping that we offer.

**What is a good quick ratio?**

What's a good quick ratio? A good quick ratio is **any number greater than 1.0**. If your business has a quick ratio of 1.0 or greater, that typically means your business is healthy and can pay its liabilities. The greater the number, the better off your business is.

**What are the 4 P's of Walmart?**

A marketing mix is a tool that contains a set of actions that a company uses to promote its brand or product in the market. The 4Ps make a traditional set of the marketing mix – **Price, Product, Promotion, and Place**.

**What is a good quick ratio for retail?**

The quick ratio is a financial ratio that measures a company's ability to pay its current liabilities with its most liquid assets. Retail companies typically have a quick ratio of **1.0 or higher**, which indicates that they have enough liquid assets to cover their current liabilities.

**What is Walmart's plan for the future?**

A diversified business model is the new normal for retail

Our stores have become hybrid, they are both stores and fulfillment centers." The future of Walmart is to **broaden its product and service offerings including retail, financial services and health/wellness**.

**Who is Walmart's top competitors?**

Walmart competitors include **Costco, Amazon, Target, Rakuten and Sears Holdings Corporation**.

## What are some of Walmart weaknesses?

Walmart's Weaknesses – Internal Strategic Factors

**Low wages, inadequate healthcare, and poor working conditions** are few of the issues that have been publically criticized. Large span of control – Its highly extended size and massive span of control could leave Walmart weak in some areas.

**What current ratio is too high?**

But, a current ratio that is too high, such as **more than three**, could indicate that the company is not using its assets efficiently, doing a good job of obtaining financing, or effectively using the working capital it has.

**What is a high current ratio?**

Theoretically, a high current ratio is **a sign that the company is sufficiently liquid and can easily pay off its current liabilities using its current assets**. Thus a company with a current ratio of 2.5X is considered to be more liquid than a company with a current ratio of 1.5X.

**What is low current ratio?**

If your current ratio is low, it means **you will have a difficult time paying your immediate debts and liabilities**. In general, a current ratio of 2 or higher is considered good, and anything lower than 2 is a cause for concern.