By  on April 6, 2010

Long-awaited signs of life in the job market pushed retail stocks up 1.4 percent Monday, nudging the sector to a high not seen since November 2007.

The markets were closed for Good Friday when the Labor Department reported a 162,000 rise in payrolls from February to March, but investors made up for the lost time by snapping up retail stocks on Monday.

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