The S&P Retail Index dropped 1.9 percent Friday, closing below 400 for the first time since early November and capping off a crazed week for traders.
First, investors worried over tighter lending conditions in China on Wednesday, then the specter of U.S. banking reform Thursday and, finally, a tech sell-off and concerns that Congress might not give Federal Reserve chairman Ben S. Bernanke a second term Friday.
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