Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported second-quarter earnings Thursday that met analysts' estimates as well as its own; however, the company scaled back its earnings predictions for the rest of the year, citing higher health care costs, a larger investment in e-commerce and an elevated tax rate.
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Print Headline: Wal-Mart earnings decrease 1.6%