Retail stocks outperformed on Wall Street, which received a small boost from Japan’s efforts to break a cycle of slow growth with an increase in spending.
The S&P 500 Retailing Industry Group rose 1 percent, or 7.42 points, to 729.47, and Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 0.4 percent, or 55.76 points, to 14,606.11. Best Buy Co. led the retail index higher, gaining 16.1 percent to $25.13 after the retailer agreed to carve out some of its space for Samsung.
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