By  on September 7, 2012

NEW YORK — Retail stocks rushed with the bulls on Wall Street Thursday, rising 1.9 percent on an unexpectedly strong reading of private sector payrolls and a European plan to buy debt and lower interest rates for the region’s weaker countries.

The S&P Retail Index gained 12 points to 655.80 as the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.9 percent, or 244.52 points, to 13,292.

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