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The Walton Family Becomes $3.2 Billion Poorer


The Walton Family's fortune is estimated at $130 Billion. It is held by the Walmart founder Sam Walton's three children Rob, Jim and Alice and daughter-in-law Christy and her son Lukas.

The Walton Family are the owners of the US retail giant Walmart.

Walmart's shares dropped 3.1% on Thursday as their sales fell short of the market expectations. It resulted in the loss of $3.2 billion from the Walton Family fortune.

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