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Kieger Healthcare Monthly Commentary

Kieger Healthcare Monthly Commentary

In May, Healthcare gained 2.1%, while Global Equities rose 1.6%. The shift into value at the expense of growth and momentum continued over the past weeks, with Energy, Financials and Materials posting the top performances. IT returns, given the sector’s growth characteristics, were again subdued.

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