Retail shares excelled as Wall Street on Wednesday finally managed to reclaim some of the ground lost earlier in the week.
The end of a weeklong slump saw the S&P Retail Index pull off a 6.26 point, or 2.7 percent, gain to end the day at 241.55 after two straight down sessions. The day’s close put it less than 1 point ahead of its 241.05 finish on Monday, but more than 10 points below the 251.79 level of last Friday.
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