The United States: The jobs market held up better than expected in May.
Also, prime-age labor force participation continues to rebound, which should ease wage pressures as more Americans return to work.
The Eurozone: The gap between consumer and business confidence hit a record high this year.
China: The stock market is rebounding as foreign investors return.
Commodities: The slowdown of China’s economic activity points to lower demand for commodities.
Equities: What were the drivers of this year’s selloff.
Food for Thought: Lastly, let’s take a look at US exports of goods by state.
Edited by Alexander Bowers
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