Retail giant Walmart Stores Inc. has drawn almost even with online retail leader Amazon on price, according to a new study.

A study commissioned by Reuters and conducted by retail data analytics firm Market Track found that prices at are just .3 percent higher than those at Amazon on average, according to a Reuters story. The study analyzed 213 products in 11 categories over a period of 700 days ending Nov. 7.

That’s a big change from a year ago. In a study covering 350 days ending Nov. 7, 2016, prices were 3 percent higher on average.

Online price cuts are just one of the measures Walmart is taking to boost its e-commerce business, according to the story. Other measures include expanded offerings, free two-day shipping and the acquisition of and other online retailers.

The measures are paying off, according to the story. Online sales at Walmart increased 50 percent year-over-year in the most recent quarter.