Retail shares continued their slide Tuesday, falling 3.1 percent as a mixed bag of economic reports foreshadowed at the least a staggered and difficult slog back from the depths of the recession.
The S&P Retail Index retreated 10.15 points to 317.39, marking a 4.4 percent decline for the week so far and the fourth down session in five. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell a milder 1.3 percent, or 107.46 points, to 8,504.67 Tuesday and is down 3.3 percent over the last two trading sessions.
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