NEW YORK — Wal-Mart Stores jumped into first place and Kohl’s Corp. maintained its number-three slot, but Zara parent Inditex roared into the top 10 in Brendan Wood International’s second-quarter survey of shareholder confidence.

Quarterly, BWI polls a Shareholder Confidence Panel consisting of 3,000 institutional investors and their advisors in 26 countries, and asks them to rate publicly held firms on 24 confidence criteria ranging from management vision and the quality of corporate information to more conventional financial yardsticks, like price-to-earnings ratio and potential for earnings growth.

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