E-commerce sales at Wal-Mart U.S. surged 29 percent.
The results were in the department store’s sales and profit results.
The firm’s worse-than-expected outlook was a sore spot for investors.
The confirmation came when the firm announced fourth-quarter earnings.
The French conglomerate posted sales of $13.7 billion fueled by Gucci and Saint Laurent.
Profits climbed more than 33 percent.
The brand’s stock is getting a solid jolt after the results.
Speculation is heating up this week.
The sportswear brand boosted sales overall but posted losses during the fourth quarter.
“We must enact changes to reverse the negative comparable sales trends that we are experiencing in our stores,” the brand’s CEO said.