Walmart news spooked the market, helping to push stocks lower a fifth straight day. The Dow fell after Bloomberg said the world’s biggest retailer is cutting orders as unsold merchandise piles up. Walmart called the report misleading and said in some categories it’s ordering more. Walmart fell 1.45%. Continuing worries about the economy and a government shutdown also weighed on stocks. Wall Street is also looking to Oct. 4, when the September jobs report is due. If hiring is strong enough, the Fed could start easing its economic stimulus. Last week, when the Fed kept its bond-buying intact, the Dow and S&P 500 hit record highs.