Investors’ short-lived anxieties weren’t able to stop the growth in the markets last month. Global stocks were up in May, in part due to Germany’s labor market, crude oil inventories, and strong first quarter domestic GDP spurred by growth in domestic consumer spending. Read more in our May Monthly Market Tracker.
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