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And most recently, Southwestern rose 26.5% between the Oct. 9, 2007, peak and the March 9, 2009, low, beating the S&P 500, which fell 57%. Chart source: MSN Money Energy is clearly an area that has held up well during the past downturns. Six of the 14 stocks are from the energy sector, including EOG Resources (EOG) and Anadarko Petroleum (APC) . But utilities are equally represented, as six of the 14 stocks are from that sector, including Wisconsin Energy and Southern Company (SO) . S&P Capital IQ, USA TODAY research via Microsoft Excel Outside of the traditional defensive sectors, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is a standout.The agriculture company posted an average 1.4% gain during past three bull-to-bear cycles. But Archer Daniels Midland is a good example of how during a vicious bear market, its very difficult to hide all the time. The stock only fell 2.8% in the 1990 decline and rose 30% in the 2000-2002 decline. But investors got nicked with a 23% hit in the 2007 to 2009 fall, albeit thats much better than the overall markets 56.8% fall during that time. Chart source: MSN Money Theres a huge caution. While these stocks have held up significantly better than the market, not one gained in each and every peak-to-trough period. http://americasmarkets.usatoday.com/2014/08/21/15-stocks-that-hold-up-best-after-market-highs/

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Griesa said the proposal unveiled by Argentine President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday was illegal but that a contempt order now would not help bring about a settlement in the case between the Republic and deep-pocketed holdout creditors. Holdout investors NML Capital Ltd, an affiliate of Elliott Management Corp and Aurelius Capital Manageme via Yahoo News - Top Stories US judge Thomas Griesa on Thursday branded Argentina's move to pay bondholders against his orders "illegal", but he held back from ruling the country in contempt of court. He demanded that Argentina not carry out the new plan, aimed at evading his freeze on a June bond payment, but added that, "In my judgment, it does not add to the scales of settlement to make a finding of contempt." Hedge funds who won their case against Argentina over defaulted bonds in Griesa's via - World RSS Feed At the age of 99, it's not surprising that Lillian Weber is somewhat frail. She walks with a stick, her hearing and eyesight are poor and she rarely ventures from the farm where she lives. But every single day, Lillian sits down at her sewing machine a primitive affair that she's had for decades and makes a dress to send to a child in Africa. via Yahoo News - Top Stories Tottenham Hotspur closed in on a place in the group stage of the Europa League on Thursday after coming from behind to win 2-1 away to AEL Limassol in Cyprus in their play-off first leg. The north London side are looking to reach the group stage for online the fourth season running, and late goals by Roberto Soldado and Harry Kane have them in the driving seat ahead of next week's return at White Hart Lane. Spanish striker Adrian Sardinero opened the scoring in the 14th minute for AEL, who finishe http://www.newslocker.com/en-us/profession/generalnews/stocks-advance-to-put-sp-500-at-a-record-high/

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Stocks opened higher and remained there throughout the day, although buying did pick up in the last hour of trading. Investors were encouraged by a report from the Department of Labor that claims for unemployment benefits, a proxy for the number of people who recently lost their jobs and are looking for work, fell by 14,000 last week to 298,000. The less-volatile four-week average was 300,750, below the average before the Great Recession. Stocks have been rising steadily all month, due to better economic data and a cooling of tensions in Ukraine, Gaza and Iraq. The S&P 500 is on pace to have its best month since February. "We've have been able to breathe a sigh of relief that those worst-case scenarios have been avoided, at least for the time being," said Ryan Larson, head of equity trading with RBC Global Asset Management. Investors now turn to Friday, when Fed Chair Janet Yellen will give a speech at the Fed's annual conference of central bankers and other policymakers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. http://seattletimes.com/html/stockmarket/2024356024_apxfinancialmarkets.html#.U_ZcIRZMurQ.twitter

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