As a retailer that has seen the fortunes of some of its peers collapse, Wal-Marts struggles to keep its stock price in line.
That’s especially true after the retailer reported a $1.6 billion cash run-rate on Monday, a loss that was much higher than analysts had expected.
Wal-Mart’s stock closed down 0.7% to $74.98 on Monday in premarket trading, as analysts predicted a loss.
The company’s stock fell 2.2% to a record low of $68.70 on Tuesday.
The stock’s decline follows a year-over-year drop that has pushed the company’s profit to more than $2 billion, down from a year earlier.
That includes a loss of $4.4 billion on Tuesday due to a $5.6 million payment to settle lawsuits related to allegations of wage theft.
Walmart is also facing criticism over the quality of its employees, with a number of high-profile lawsuits over the past year.
The chain has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women and has been embroiled in a lawsuit against a former employee over alleged workplace misconduct.
WalMart says it has hired an outside consultant to examine its workforce, and it is also in talks with former employees about coming forward with their allegations.