Retail stocks increased 1.3 percent on Tuesday as Credit Suisse upgraded Gap Inc. and workforce management firm Kronos Inc. unveiled a new gauge of employment trends showing progress in the sector.
The S&P Retail Index, which ended last week with two days of gains, advanced 4.92 points to 370.92 and outpaced the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which picked up 0.6 percent, or 56.07 points, to close at 9,497.34.
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