NEW YORK — Retail shares outpaced the greater market’s rally Tuesday, though there was little to indicate the sector’s fundamentals were improving.

The Standard & Poor’s retail index shot up 5.4 percent, or 14.85 points, to 290.25, while the broader S&P 500 was up 4.7 percent, or 39.82 points, to 881.26.

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