By and  on February 1, 2010

Better-than-expected readings on fourth-quarter economic growth and January consumer sentiment drove up retail stocks as much as 1.6 percent Friday, but a late-day sell-off left the sector with a decline for the day.

The S&P Retail Index slipped 0.2 percent Friday to close at 397.48. Retail stocks rose 0.5 percent for the week, but fell 3.3 percent during the month.

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