By and  on November 1, 2012

Wall Street and retail stocks rallied today after stronger-than-expected readings on consumer confidence and the U.S. job market as well as mainly solid results from companies reporting October comparable-store sales.

The S&P 500 Retailing Group rose 0.9 percent, or 5.96 points, to 649.86, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1 percent, or 136.16 points, to 13,232.62.

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