NEW YORK — Retail stocks lost some of their luster Tuesday and led Wall Street down as economic anxieties took hold on both sides of the Atlantic.
The U.S.-centric S&P Retail Index fell 2.7 percent, or 16.68 points, to 603.54 — the steepest drop since November for the broad reading of the sector. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 1.7 percent, or 213.66 points, to 12,715.93.
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