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U.S. moats trailed the broad U.S. equity market in August but remain nearly in line year-to-date, while international moats continue to weather the recent storm slightly better than broad international equities.
U.S. moats pulled ahead of the broad market for the year with continued strong performance in July, despite an underweight to IT, which has driven much of the market’s year-to-date returns.
International moats were weighed down by telecomm companies in May and could not escape the selloff in Italy. Healthcare pulled down U.S. moats, but several companies stood out for good reason.
A bounce-back in the healthcare sector led the rebound in U.S. moats in April, while international moats lagged the broad market as two industrials leaders struggled.
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