CHART: These Were The Best And Worst Performing Assets In July

Reuters’ Scotty Barber put together the monthly list of the world’s best- and worst-performing assets, which was reposted by the good folks at TheTrader.se.

Europe’s sovereign debt crisis continued to be the biggest worry for investors. And the only new investment theme that surfaced was the drought in the U.S..

The big winners understandably were commodities led by oil, followed by emerging markets ETFs.

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