Makes these two from an American Walmart a sight for sore eyes:

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Walmart can’t force customers to keep coming and purchasing the same number of goods at higher prices. If it could do so, then it would make sense to blame Walmart for not paying more.

By Cameron Huddleston, ColumnistWalmart has built its reputation on offering low prices every day. This policy helps explain why more than 260...

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That’s what I was thinking Loon. I mean they don’t have to be your type of people but good for your sense of humour instead of the usual depressing doom and gloom that’s written. There’s something to say for the idiots you post on here. They brighten up the day, fair dinkum Loon I CRACKED up when I opened this little jewel. Can you imagine Sam Newman in Walmart?

On the other hand, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to determine that Primark is a destination for more upscale, urban, college-educated millennials seeking trendy, fashion-right apparel in an exciting, fun, tech-friendly shopping environment – offering rock bottom prices. Walmart is a destination for lower income, non-college educated millennials (and increasingly moms), seeking rock-bottom prices on basic and need-fulfilling merchandise across multiple categories. Groceries is one the most compelling, categories and accounts for about 55 percent of Walmart’s total revenues. In fact, the same InfoScout report stated that millennials favored Walmart over Target, Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Costco. Grocery is a substantial draw, especially for millennial families, and it leads to higher visitation rates. So while they are captive shopping for groceries in the store, they can be exposed to other categories. And apparel would be one of those, currently driving only about 8 percent of sales.