S&P: Time to Add Some Stocks

Its Investment Policy Committee says investors should raise the equity portion of their portfolios -- and trim bond holdings

With stock valuations now more attractive after the recent market rout, Standard & Poor's Investment Policy Committee -- a group of senior managers who meet weekly to oversee all investment-related activity done in S&P's name -- has decided to change its asset-allocation recommendation for investors.

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