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Wal-Mart cuts earnings outlook; Stated income loans coming back; Initial jobless claims rise

by Hot Stock Minute 11:44 mins

Wal-Mart cuts earnings outlook; Stated income loans coming back; Initial jobless claims rise

by Hot Stock Minute 11:44 mins

Wal-Mart cut its earnings outlook for the year, while reporting U.S. store traffic dropped for the seventh straight quarter. Stated income loans are coming back. Initial jobless claims rose last week to its highest level since late June.

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