The Best and Worst Stocks During the Dow’s Recovery


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The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached an all-time high of 14286.37 on Tuesday. Here are the best- and worst-performing stocks, based on Dow points, in the index since the bear market low on March 9, 2009, when the Dow closed at 6547.05. The Dow has changed its lineup since March 2009, removing Citigroup, General Motors and Kraft, while adding Travelers, Cisco and UnitedHealth. The following stocks reflect the blue-chip barometer's current lineup. Data source: FOX Business Network (REUTERS)

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