The WWD Global Stock Tracker managed its second consecutive weekly gain Friday despite a loss for the day that reflected ongoing uncertainties ranging from international hot spots like Ukraine and Iraq to the tenor of consumer sentiment.
The tracker ended the week at 98.06, 0.4 percent below its finish on Thursday but 0.6 percent above its end point on Aug. 8. The monitor of 100 publicly held fashion, luxury, retail and beauty stocks around the world was inaugurated, and set at its baseline level of 100, on July 8.
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