Wal-Mart says lately, people haven't been shopping at the store as much as they would like.
The world's largest retailer says their June sales aren't going to meet their expectations.
Wal-Mart says consumers haven't done as much spending at its stores this month as it originally thought.
The company has lowered its forecast for June sales growth to a range of two to four-percent.
Wal-Mart blames unusually cool weather and disappointing Father's Day results.
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