By  on September 14, 2009

Retail stocks snapped a five-session winning streak Friday, falling 0.8 percent and tempering overall gains during a week shortened by the Labor Day holiday.

The S&P Retail Index backed off its high for the year of 375.82, set Thursday, and ended the week with a 1.7 percent increase at 372.37. The sector matched the pace of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which also rose 1.7 percent, to 9,605.41, for the week.

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