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DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Will Consumer Credit Feel the Crunch?
Rising delinquencies on credit cards suggest that problems in the U.S. mortgage market may be spreading to consumer lenders

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Will December Bring Cheer?
S&P says the month typically delivers above-average returns for equities. Rate cuts and lower oil prices could be this year's catalysts

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Will December Bring Cheer?
S&P says the month typically delivers above-average returns for equities. Rate cuts and lower oil prices could be this year's catalysts

NOVEMBER 27, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Are Stocks Signaling a Recession?
Not necessarily; market slides don't always mean economic rout. Still, S&P offers defensive strategies—and stock picks—for antsy investors

NOVEMBER 27, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Are Stocks Signaling a Recession?
Not necessarily; market slides don't always mean economic rout. Still, S&P offers defensive strategies—and stock picks—for antsy investors

NOVEMBER 27, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Are Stocks Signaling a Recession?
Not necessarily; market slides don't always mean economic rout. Still, S&P offers defensive strategies—and stock picks—for antsy investors

NOVEMBER 27, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Are Stocks Signaling a Recession?
Not necessarily; market slides don't always mean economic rout. Still, S&P offers defensive strategies—and stock picks—for antsy investors

NOVEMBER 27, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Are Stocks Signaling a Recession?
Not necessarily; market slides don't always mean economic rout. Still, S&P offers defensive strategies—and stock picks—for antsy investors

NOVEMBER 19, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Life Sciences Stocks: A Healthy Outlook
S&P likes the fundamentals of one of the stronger-performing subindustries this year, and has buy ratings on seven names

NOVEMBER 19, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Life Sciences Stocks: A Healthy Outlook
S&P likes the fundamentals of one of the stronger-performing subindustries this year, and has buy ratings on seven names

NOVEMBER 14, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Oil Stocks: Time to Go National?
S&P says state-owned petroleum outfits like top-rated CNOOC and StatoilHydro offer investors unique advantages

NOVEMBER 14, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Oil Stocks: Time to Go National?
S&P says state-owned petroleum outfits like top-rated CNOOC and StatoilHydro offer investors unique advantages

NOVEMBER 13, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Time for a Bounce?
After the recent ugliness, a snapback may be in the cards. Here are the industries—and stocks—that could lead the way

NOVEMBER 13, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Time for a Bounce?
After the recent ugliness, a snapback may be in the cards. Here are the industries—and stocks—that could lead the way

NOVEMBER 6, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Biting the Bullet on Financial Stocks
Here's why S&P has downgraded its recommendations on the sector—and several big names in the group

OCTOBER 30, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Stronger Signals for Networking Stocks
Growing demand from enterprise customers is helping to offset sluggish sales to telecom carriers

OCTOBER 29, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
The Future of E-Books
Software and consumer-electronics giants as well as some investors are joining the publishing world for the rise of e-books. First stop: higher ed

OCTOBER 29, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
The Future of E-Books
Software and consumer-electronics giants as well as some investors are joining the publishing world for the rise of e-books. First stop: higher ed

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Blogs: The Next Takeover Target?
They reach large, loyal audiences, they're fairly cheap to run, and they can be lucrative. Media companies have their checkbooks ready

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Blogs: The Next Takeover Target?
They reach large, loyal audiences, they're fairly cheap to run, and they can be lucrative. Media companies have their checkbooks ready

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
How Hard a Hit from Housing?
S&P's chief strategist says the slump probably won't tilt the economy into recession, thanks to a proactive Fed

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
How Hard a Hit from Housing?
S&P's chief strategist says the slump probably won't tilt the economy into recession, thanks to a proactive Fed

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
How Hard a Hit from Housing?
S&P's chief strategist says the slump probably won't tilt the economy into recession, thanks to a proactive Fed

OCTOBER 23, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
How Hard a Hit from Housing?
S&P's chief strategist says the slump probably won't tilt the economy into recession, thanks to a proactive Fed

OCTOBER 17, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
FPL Grabs the Lead in Renewable Power
The utility, now the largest wind-power generator in the U.S., is also making a big push into solar with new operations in the Mojave and in Florida

OCTOBER 17, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
FPL Grabs the Lead in Renewable Power
The utility, now the largest wind-power generator in the U.S., is also making a big push into solar with new operations in the Mojave and in Florida

OCTOBER 9, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Do Stocks Dance to the Dollar's Tune?
S&P finds no correlation between movements in the greenback and the performance of the S&P 500 since 1990

OCTOBER 9, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Do Stocks Dance to the Dollar's Tune?
S&P finds no correlation between movements in the greenback and the performance of the S&P 500 since 1990

OCTOBER 4, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Universal Coverage: Stocks That Would Win
Initiatives to extend health insurance could especially benefit health-care facilities. S&P's top pick: Psychiatric Solutions


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