U.S. stock markets performed well in July despite trade war fears, reports Zacks, with the Nasdaq Composite Index experiencing its fourth consecutive month of gains and the Dow Jones seeing its largest monthly gain since January. The summer travel season brought in strong earnings for the airlines industry as well. As a result, the U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS), which provides exposure to the global airline industry, gained during the month of July.
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