Best Buy Company
-0.27 (-0.36%)


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Volume 1,603,996
Bid Price
Ask Price
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Day High 74.93


52 Week Range


Day Low 73.89
Company Name Stock Ticker Symbol Market Type
Best Buy Company BBY NYSE Common Stock
  Price Change Change Percent Stock Price Last Traded
-0.27 -0.36% 74.32 18:25:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Prev Close
74.54 73.89 74.93 74.32 74.59
Trades Volume VWAP Dollar Volume Avg Volume 52 Week Range
32,708 1,603,996 $ 74.45 $ 119,415,430 - 60.785 - 100.93
Last Trade Time Type Quantity Stock Price Currency
19:00:00 232,467 $ 74.32 USD

Best Buy Company Financials

Market Cap Shares in Issue Float Revenue Profit/Loss EPS PE Ratio
$ 16.21B 218.05M 166.36M $ 46.30B $ 1.42B 6.28 12.40
Short Interest Dividends Per Share Dividend Yield Ex-Div Date Insider B/S Insider % Owned
- $ 3.52 4.85% 03/22/23 -369.22k 2.30%

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Historical BBY Price Data

Period Open High Low VWAP Avg. Daily Vol Change %
1 Week77.4379.4873.8976.813,847,301-3.11-4.02%
1 Month81.9884.8273.2179.223,153,771-7.66-9.34%
3 Months80.4893.321573.2182.432,437,340-6.16-7.65%
6 Months68.3493.321560.78577.572,865,3845.988.75%
1 Year96.84100.9360.78578.142,998,222-22.52-23.25%
3 Years54.16141.9751.71195.012,816,33420.1637.22%
5 Years67.90141.9747.7285.002,901,7956.429.46%

Best Buy Description

With $46.3 billion in consolidated fiscal 2023 sales, Best Buy is the largest pure-play consumer electronics retailer in the U.S., with roughly 8.5% share of the U.S. market and north of 35% share of offline sales, per our calculations, CTA, and Euromonitor data. The firm generates the bulk of its sales in-store, with mobile phones and tablets, computers, and appliances representing its three largest categories. Recent investments in e-commerce fulfillment, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, have seen the U.S. e-commerce channel roughly double from prepandemic levels, with management estimating that it will represent a mid-30% proportion of sales moving forward.