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Warren Buffett Drops Walmart Stock, Eyes Amazon Stock

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Friday, 17 February 2017 ()

Amazon Stock vs Walmart Stock The world is changing. I never thought we'd see the day that Warren Buffett dumps shares of Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT)-sadly, all good things come to an end. Buffe...
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News video: Wal-Mart, Home Depot Report Strong Sales

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Home Depot Inc. reported strong quarterly sales, as both of the retail behemoths also boosted their dividends. WSJ's Lee Hawkins explains. Photo: Getty Images

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Екатерина Шевцова RT @Laura_bear: Warren Buffett just dropped Walmart, and signaled the death of retail as we know it https://t.co/ev2NcFMxs9 via @clustersto… 11 minutes ago

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Amod Kumar Dadhich RT @Hermansingh_mtn: Big red flag for retail https://t.co/Hs2rMY5d79 11 minutes ago

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Peter Eltink Is this the beginning of the end? https://t.co/d6zmMPiFEs 14 minutes ago

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Holistic Hemp Co. #WarrenBuffett just dropped #Walmart, & signaled the death of #retail as we know it https://t.co/CZGVbJAL5n via @clusterstock 34 minutes ago

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Bob Voelker The US has 23.5 square feet of retail space per person, compared with 16.4 Canada 11.1 Australia https://t.co/J5I8dDAKps 51 minutes ago

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Roger Johnson An insightful piece from @AshleyLutz on #WarrenBuffett dropping #Walmart and the future of #retail. https://t.co/d2xYB5nQTv 2 hours ago

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