Retail stocks slid 2.8 percent on Monday as stores and investors limped toward fourth-quarter results next month and President Bush, at the request of President-elect Barack Obama, asked Congress for the remaining $350 billion in bailout funds agreed to in October.

The Standard & Poor’s Retail Index fell 8.06 points to 277.37, outpacing the market on the way down.

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