WAL-MART WARNS: Our profits are going to fall next year

Wal-Mart has cut its outlook for profits in 2017.

On Wednesday, the company said it sees full-year earnings falling by between 6% and 12% compared to the full year 2016.

The retail giant was holding its investor day.

The stock fell more than 8% in trading.

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