By  on February 5, 2009

Investors pushed retail shares down 2.3 percent Wednesday as they girded for signs of continued weakness ahead of January comparable-store sales reports today and fourth-quarter earnings reports next month.

The Standard & Poor’s Retail Index fell 6.22 points to 261.48, dropping further than the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which again fell below 8,000, sliding 1.5 percent, or 121.70 points, to 7,956.66.

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