Gush stock is up 9.8 per cent this year to $1.15, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 9 per cent and the S&P 500 up 2.5 per cent.
The S&P 500 index is up 6.3 per cent to 2,746.50.
Gamestop is up 7.6 per cent, with sales up 11 per cent in the first quarter.
Wkhs stock is down 1.4 per cent with the Nasdaq Composite down 2.7 per cent at 3,077.26.
Gush stocks are: Gush, 1.85, up 1.5; Gamestops, 3.85; Wkhs, 6.7, up 3.3; Wfc, 3,9, down 2; and Walmart, 6,4, up 0.5.
Gamestop stocks are up 6 per cent over the year to reach $1,152.50, and the Dow is up 24 per cent since the start of the year.
The Dow Jones has gained 22.9 per cent on the year and the NasDAQ is up 25 per cent from a year ago.
S&=&amp;Wc stocks are down 8.5 pct over the past year.
Walmart is down 3.5 percent, and Walmart shares are down 9.5 points, or 1.6 pct.
Auckland-based retailer Walmart has increased its stake in Wkh, its first overseas business, to 18.2 per cent of the company, making it one of the biggest foreign shareholders in the company.
Walmart’s chief operating officer Joe Giddens said in a statement that the deal “will create the most sustainable and effective Walmart” and that the investment will boost the local economy.
The deal also marks a return to the retail sector for Gidden, who stepped down in June.
In January, the company announced plans to close more than 1,000 stores in Australia, which will save $1 billion.
Walmart was among retailers who had said it would shut down in Australia by the end of 2019.
Last year, Walmart said it planned to close its remaining 2,500 stores by the middle of 2019 and that it would reduce its workforce to about 2,000 from the current 30,000 in Australia.
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