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Walmart closes more stores due to drop in sales

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U.S. economic growth has slowed due to inflation and the interest rate increase imposed by the Federal Reserve. Customers' financial capacity is also declining and is evidenced by poor sales at several stores.

Major markets are taking the step of closing the lowest grossing centers. One such well-known company is Walmart, which from February to March of this year has halted some of its retail outlets.

It is expected that in the next month, four more facilities will be shut down. Walmart authorities announced that on April 21, the work of a supermarket in Hawaii will be interrupted forever.

It is located at 1032 Fort Street Mall in Honolulu. Another space that will close is located at 1200 Shingle Creek Crossing in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

Ways to find a Walmart

A location at 3701 Portage Road in South Bend, Indiana, will also cease operations. In addition, the branch at 11 400 Highway 99 in Everett, Washington, will no longer operate.

Walmart's communications manager for the North and East of the country, Robert Arrieta, said that the workers of the paralyzed stores will be relocated. Since last week, a market belonging to the city of Milwaukee has been halted.

At the end of March, two stores in the urban area of Portland, Oregon, are scheduled to be closed. There are no other markets around this region, so about 600 people will start the month of April without a job. Other well-known brands have reported that they will cease operations in some outlets, such as Walgreens and CVS pharmacies.

For people who wish to find a Walmart store, there are simple ways to do so. Those interested can search using Google Maps and Walmart's website or app.

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