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nnnnn walmart having a rough start to the year tuesday the world's largest retailer reported a seven percent drop in profit from january to march , c. e. o. doug macmillan said surveys show customers are more focused on paying down debt right now they don't shopping creating a struggle for walmart's domestic business , that comes at a time when analysts are questioning the company's investments abroad reuters correspondent nathan lane the overseas are numbers we're not we're not necessarily all that great today either , on you know some analysts are talking about maybe they should be taking that money and just putting it back into that the bread and butter u. s. supercenter strategy shift is in the works with plans to go after amazon to delivery service and a commitment to pay workers more both could hit walmart's bottom line in the months and years to come walmart shares were trading lower on tuesday