Walmart Inventory 2010-2022 | WMT

Walmart inventory from 2010 to 2022. Inventory can be defined as the total value of inventories in all stages of completion.
  • Walmart inventory for the quarter ending October 31, 2022 was $64.706B, a 12.56% increase year-over-year.
  • Walmart inventory for 2022 was $56.511B, a 25.72% increase from 2021.
  • Walmart inventory for 2021 was $44.949B, a 1.16% increase from 2020.
  • Walmart inventory for 2020 was $44.435B, a 0.37% increase from 2019.
Walmart Annual Inventory
(Millions of US $)
2022 $56,511
2021 $44,949
2020 $44,435
2019 $44,269
2018 $43,783
2017 $43,046
2016 $44,469
2015 $45,141
2014 $44,858
2013 $43,803
2012 $40,714
2011 $36,437
2010 $32,713
2009 $34,511
Walmart Quarterly Inventory
(Millions of US $)
2022-10-31 $64,706
2022-07-31 $59,921
2022-04-30 $61,229
2022-01-31 $56,511
2021-10-31 $57,484
2021-07-31 $47,754
2021-04-30 $46,383
2021-01-31 $44,949
2020-10-31 $51,842
2020-07-31 $41,084
2020-04-30 $41,217
2020-01-31 $44,435
2019-10-31 $51,546
2019-07-31 $44,134
2019-04-30 $44,751
2019-01-31 $44,269
2018-10-31 $50,380
2018-07-31 $41,985
2018-04-30 $43,303
2018-01-31 $43,783
2017-10-31 $50,147
2017-07-31 $43,442
2017-04-30 $43,361
2017-01-31 $43,046
2016-10-31 $49,822
2016-07-31 $43,453
2016-04-30 $44,513
2016-01-31 $44,469
2015-10-31 $50,706
2015-07-31 $45,007
2015-04-30 $46,310
2015-01-31 $45,141
2014-10-31 $51,501
2014-07-31 $45,451
2014-04-30 $45,315
2014-01-31 $44,858
2013-10-31 $49,673
2013-07-31 $42,793
2013-04-30 $43,138
2013-01-31 $43,803
2012-10-31 $47,487
2012-07-31 $40,558
2012-04-30 $41,284
2012-01-31 $40,714
2011-10-31 $44,340
2011-07-31 $38,867
2011-04-30 $38,495
2011-01-31 $36,437
2010-10-31 $41,059
2010-07-31 $34,793
2010-04-30 $35,021
2010-01-31 $32,713
2009-10-31 $38,129
2009-07-31 $33,365
2009-04-30 $34,391
2009-01-31 $34,511
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Supermarket Chains $383.863B $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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