By  on October 12, 2009

Retail stocks took a positive turn last week, rising 5.9 percent as the fashion world put a lackluster back-to-school performance behind it and headed into a holiday season in which it will face the easiest year-ago comparisons in memory.

The S&P Retail Index gained 21.61 points to close out the week at 387.82, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4 percent, or 377.27 points, to 9,864.94.

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