Size matters, at least for Wal-Mart.
Stock in the international retail giant fell Thursday after its morning earnings announcement. Wal-Mart beat fiscal fourth-quarter estimates by 3 cents a share, but total revenue for fiscal 2016 fell almost 1 percent due largely to the strong dollar's effect on international markets.
Still, Wal-Mart is one of the biggest companies in the world. Its total revenue dipped, but domestically it rose 3.6 percent from the previous year, totaling $298 billion.
That's the equivalent of $900 spending per each American at Wal-Mart last year.