Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW.xasx)

Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW.xasx)


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Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW.xasx) Profile

Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW.xasx) is an Australian company engaged in retail headquartered in Bella Vista. It is the largest company in Australia by revenue and the second-largest in New Zealand. Woolworths Group’s supermarkets and discount department stores specialise in groceries such as vegetables, fruit, meat, packaged foods, but also sells magazines, DVDs, health and beauty products, household products, pet and baby supplies, and stationery to customers with 1,052 Woolworths Supermarkets and Metro Food Stores in Australia, 179 stores in New Zealand under BIG W brand and with a total number of stores reaching 3,357. The company operates mainly under Woolworth Supermarkets, Everyday Rewards, BIG W, and Countdown brands. Woolworths employs more than 200,000 team members, has almost 29M customers across their brands every week and has a market cap of $49.47B (AUD) as of November 2021. Woolworths Group Ltd (WOW.xasx) stock is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and had a $1.97B (AUD) in 2021 yearly revenue. Woolworths extended its alcohol, hotel, and gambling businesses into a new ASX-listed company, Endeavour Group, which holds Dan Murphy’s, BWS, ALH, Cellarmasters, and Jimmy Brings brands in 2021.

Holding cost
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-5%
Short
-2.5%
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