NEW YORK — Retail issues gleefully went along Wednesday as Wall Street took its biggest, and perhaps most eagerly anticipated, bull ride of the year.
Shares of DuPont, a Dow Jones Industrial Average component stock, jumped $3.23, or 8.7 percent, to end the day at $40.28, as dramatic reductions in its textile-related losses helped propel it to breakaway second-quarter results that exceeded analysts’ estimates by 5 cents.
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