Could Kroger become America’s Number One Grocer?

The nature of today’s grocery market gives Kroger a lot of room for low-cost growth. Deep discounting and intense competition are making it very hard for regional grocers to survive. News reports indicate that Kroger picked up Roundy’s and its $4.03 billion in revenue for just $800 million, because of losses the smaller chain faced.

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Kroger’s Revenue Growth Now Exceeds Walmart’s

Get the picture, folks; the amount of Kroger’s revenue growth exceeded Walmart’s by $1.66 billion. That should be of concern to Walmart investors and to its executives because Walmart reported a market cap of $232.43 billion and an enterprise value of $274.63 billion on June 15, 2015. Kroger had a market cap of $35.07 billion and an enterprise value of $45.62 billion on the same day.

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