Walmart Long Term Debt 2010-2022 | WMT

Walmart long term debt from 2010 to 2022. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Walmart long term debt for the quarter ending July 31, 2022 was $34.221B, a 21.39% decline year-over-year.
  • Walmart long term debt for 2022 was $39.107B, a 13.17% decline from 2021.
  • Walmart long term debt for 2021 was $45.041B, a 6.21% decline from 2020.
  • Walmart long term debt for 2020 was $48.021B, a 4.35% decline from 2019.
Walmart Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2022 $39,107
2021 $45,041
2020 $48,021
2019 $50,203
2018 $36,825
2017 $42,018
2016 $44,030
2015 $43,495
2014 $44,559
2013 $41,417
2012 $47,079
2011 $43,842
2010 $36,401
2009 $34,549
Walmart Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2022-07-31 $34,221
2022-04-30 $36,583
2022-01-31 $39,107
2021-10-31 $40,486
2021-07-31 $43,533
2021-04-30 $44,075
2021-01-31 $45,041
2020-10-31 $45,599
2020-07-31 $45,632
2020-04-30 $47,480
2020-01-31 $48,021
2019-10-31 $48,980
2019-07-31 $48,319
2019-04-30 $51,235
2019-01-31 $50,203
2018-10-31 $49,896
2018-07-31 $51,568
2018-04-30 $36,305
2018-01-31 $36,825
2017-10-31 $40,906
2017-07-31 $40,469
2017-04-30 $40,025
2017-01-31 $42,018
2016-10-31 $42,108
2016-07-31 $42,743
2016-04-30 $43,393
2016-01-31 $44,030
2015-10-31 $44,198
2015-07-31 $42,843
2015-04-30 $42,964
2015-01-31 $43,495
2014-10-31 $44,286
2014-07-31 $45,496
2014-04-30 $48,233
2014-01-31 $44,559
2013-10-31 $44,543
2013-07-31 $43,585
2013-04-30 $44,551
2013-01-31 $41,417
2012-10-31 $41,836
2012-07-31 $44,177
2012-04-30 $45,996
2012-01-31 $47,079
2011-10-31 $47,851
2011-07-31 $48,452
2011-04-30 $48,697
2011-01-31 $43,842
2010-10-31 $43,899
2010-07-31 $38,702
2010-04-30 $35,780
2010-01-31 $36,401
2009-10-31 $37,601
2009-07-31 $36,825
2009-04-30 $35,665
2009-01-31 $34,549
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Supermarket Chains $353.014B $572.754B
Walmart Inc. helps people around the world save money and live better by providing the opportunity to shop in both retail stores and through eCommerce, and to access its other service offerings. Through innovation, it strives to continuously improve a customer-centric experience that seamlessly integrates its eCommerce and retail stores in an omni-channel offering that saves time for customers. By leading on price, it earns the trust of customers every day by providing a broad assortment of quality merchandise and services at everyday low prices (EDLP). EDLP is the company's pricing philosophy under which it prices items at a low price every day. Everyday low cost (EDLC) is the company's commitment to control expenses so its cost savings can be passed along to customers. It has 3 reportable segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International and Sam's Club. It maintains principal offices in Bentonville, Arkansas.
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