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OCTOBER 3, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
A U.S. Nuclear Power Renaissance
No accidents since 1979, environmental concerns over coal and gas, what's not to like about nukes? Here are some ways to play the new interest

OCTOBER 3, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
A U.S. Nuclear Power Renaissance
No accidents since 1979, environmental concerns over coal and gas, what's not to like about nukes? Here are some ways to play the new interest

OCTOBER 3, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Is October Really That Scary?
October has seen some ugly market action in past years, but the S&P 500 has actually posted an average gain for the month since WWII

OCTOBER 3, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Stocks: Is October Really That Scary?
October has seen some ugly market action in past years, but the S&P 500 has actually posted an average gain for the month since WWII

SEPTEMBER 26, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Gold Stocks: Still Likely to Shine
S&P's overall fundamental outlook for the subindustry is positive, implying the potential of positive price performance in the months ahead

SEPTEMBER 26, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Gold Stocks: Still Likely to Shine
S&P's overall fundamental outlook for the subindustry is positive, implying the potential of positive price performance in the months ahead

SEPTEMBER 24, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Big Pharma Targets Alzheimer's
This degenerative brain disease will claim even more victims in the coming decades. Drug companies are racing to improve treatments and find a vaccine

SEPTEMBER 24, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Big Pharma Targets Alzheimer's
This degenerative brain disease will claim even more victims in the coming decades. Drug companies are racing to improve treatments and find a vaccine

SEPTEMBER 19, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Mortgages: Congress Acts, But It's Tardy
A bill on Capitol Hill could help some home buyers avoid foreclosure, but lenders are still facing loan writedowns due to the subprime mess

SEPTEMBER 18, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
A Cautious Eye on Investment Banks
S&P says momentum for stocks of investment banks has been negative, and maintains a neutral longer-term outlook for the group

SEPTEMBER 18, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
A Cautious Eye on Investment Banks
S&P says momentum for stocks of investment banks has been negative, and maintains a neutral longer-term outlook for the group

SEPTEMBER 14, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Why a UAW Deal Could Power Auto Stocks
S&P believes the contract should reduce labor costs and boost profits of automakers over the deal's expected four-year life

SEPTEMBER 11, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
A Stellar Opportunity in Storage Stocks
S&P says the industry's stock-price momentum and positive fundamentals signal additional upside. Among its top picks: EMC and Western Digital

SEPTEMBER 11, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
A Stellar Opportunity in Storage Stocks
S&P says the industry's stock-price momentum and positive fundamentals signal additional upside. Among its top picks: EMC and Western Digital

SEPTEMBER 11, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Playing the Global Infrastructure Boom
As the nation's—and the world's—bridges, roads, and airports age, public private partnerships may be the most viable way to save them

SEPTEMBER 11, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Playing the Global Infrastructure Boom
As the nation's—and the world's—bridges, roads, and airports age, public private partnerships may be the most viable way to save them

SEPTEMBER 5, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Another September Slump on the Way?
Stocks have shown a tendency to retreat during the month, and S&P has identified a number of potential reasons for the weakness

SEPTEMBER 5, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Another September Slump on the Way?
Stocks have shown a tendency to retreat during the month, and S&P has identified a number of potential reasons for the weakness

SEPTEMBER 5, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Another September Slump on the Way?
Stocks have shown a tendency to retreat during the month, and S&P has identified a number of potential reasons for the weakness

AUGUST 28, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Oil Drillers: Well-Positioned for Gains
S&P says the group's fundamentals are solid and its stock price momentum has improved. Among the top plays: Noble

AUGUST 28, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Oil Drillers: Well-Positioned for Gains
S&P says the group's fundamentals are solid and its stock price momentum has improved. Among the top plays: Noble

AUGUST 28, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Small U.S. Banks Bet on China
East West Bancorp, UCBH Holdings, and Cathay General Bancorp may seem small potatoes, but they're sure bets for growth opportunity

AUGUST 28, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Rising Bets on Casino Stocks
News that Dubai World will invest $5 billion for a piece of the MGM Mirage got the M&A spark lit again

AUGUST 27, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Wave Power Attracts Investors
Energy from the ocean—more predictable than wind or solar power—is being tested in various ways on an international drawing board

AUGUST 22, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Stocks: Best Back-to-School Bets
S&P's analysts see strength in the electronics and footwear categories, and include Best Buy and Walgreen among their top picks

AUGUST 21, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Falling Rates, Rising Stocks?
S&P cautions investors against assuming the Fed's rate-cutting signals an "all-clear" to the subprime crisis

AUGUST 21, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Falling Rates, Rising Stocks?
S&P cautions investors against assuming the Fed's rate-cutting signals an "all-clear" to the subprime crisis

AUGUST 15, 2007  —  SAM STOVALL'S SECTOR WATCH
Industrial Gases on the Rise
While share prices have been expanding, S&P is neutral on the industry's fundamentals. But it thinks one player, Airgas, is a strong buy


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