NEW YORK — Consumers might be spooked and the economy still a puzzle, but Wal-Mart Stores isn’t flinching.

Second-quarter profits at the world’s largest company shot up 25.6 percent to $2.04 billion, or 46 cents a share. Wall Street had the firm pegged for earnings of 45 cents.

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