As 2013 draws almost to a close, most major global indices ended their trading sessions on a down note. One exception was the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the U.S., which rose nearly 0.2 percent to 16,504.29. The S&P Retailing Industry Group followed the trend of Europe’s majors indices, dipping slightly by 0.01 percent to 934.07.
Among the top gainers in the U.S. were Express Inc., up 3.7 percent to $18.87; Sears Holdings Corp., which rose 3.3 percent to $47.70, and The Wet Seal Inc., which gained 2.7 percent to $2.64. Christopher & Banks Corp. was the top loser on the retail front, down 2.6 percent to $8.64.
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