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How Walmart plans to invest in its stores

Walmart is looking to revamp its stores. Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche shares the details.

Video Transcript

JULIA LA ROCHE: --the news that I'm watching, they're doing a nice revamp of their famed Supercenter store to be more digitally enabled for the future. You think about shopping-- it's not really browsing where it's tech-enabled. They're really promoting the use of the Walmart app in stores, changing the layout to make it more visually appealing, and adding some airport-style navigation features, some contactless payment options.

So I mentioned, they're going to update about 200 Supercenters, some health centers, and some neighborhood markets this fiscal year-- plans to update another 1,000. So really a visual, tech-enabled, more digitally savvy shopping experience. So something to keep an eye on-- Walmart investing in its stores.