Retail stocks ended a seven-session winning streak with a Friday decline but still finished ahead for the week.
The S&P Retail Index slid 0.3 percent on Friday to 445.48, reducing its advance last week to 0.7 percent and its year-to-date progress to 8.4 percent. Retail issues have enjoyed increases without interruption for each of the last six weeks, dating back to Feb. 8 to 12.
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