Concerns about jobs — both in the U.S. and abroad — wreaked havoc with the equity markets Thursday, leaving the S&P Retail Index and the major indices with declines for the abbreviated trading week.
The S&P Retail Index took a 12.72-point, or 4 percent, broadside Thursday to close at 308.89, 4.3 percent below its 322.89 close last Friday. The government’s morning report of continuing job losses sent stocks downward from the opening bell on.
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