NEW YORK — Retailers reporting weekly sales Monday either met modest goals or pinned disappointments on oddball comparisons with an earlier Thanksgiving last year.

Uninspired, the equity markets shrugged off the updates as if they were already in a post-Thanksgiving tryptophan stupor. The Standard & Poor’s retail index rose 0.6 percent to 287.17.

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