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Business Standard Apr 15
Trade deficit was $13.51 billion in March 2018
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GoNews Apr 16
Touches Record High In FY 2018-19
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Cre8tive Logic Apr 17
Today's read on the February showed a solid increase in demand and a subsequent decrease in import activity - a healthy sign for 1st quarter growth. The trade-gap in goods & services contracted 3.4% from January.
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R G Apr 16
Sir, We need u, a world renowned economist, to control & handle this 'Swair & Illiterate' fin ministry lead by a lawyer.
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Cre8tive Logic Apr 18
On the heels of yesterday's read on a much improved February , today gives us an even more upbeat assessment of 1st quarter performance with a number that shows a clear rebound in consumer spending in March. Retail s ...
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Kristin Apr 17
Ummmm...I’m a Democrat and I don’t want to get rid of cars. Lol. But, definitely believes cause . He’s please stop . You sound and are P.S. thanks for the awesome !
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Global Training Center Apr 18
US trade deficit falls to eight-month low as gap with China narrows
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Threat Assessment Apr 17
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Amritesh Apr 16
Complete picture - Exports grow but so do imports at a higher rate, which increased the trade deficit and brings down our GDP
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Bart Zandbergen, CFP™, CDFA® Apr 18
The US trade deficit declined 14.6% in January, the sharpest drop since March 2018. Read more:
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Connect Media Apr 18
The U.S. continued to drop in Feb., and the deficit with China, a key trade partner, also narrowed. The Department reported Wednesday the goods and services deficit was $49.4B in February, down $1.8B from $51.1B in January.
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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Apr 14
How China seeks to hide extent of trade surplus with India
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Buddy Hodges, M.S. Apr 22
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MoodysAnalytics ECON Apr 17
The Narrowed U.S. Trade Deficit Boosts Our Growth Estimate. First-quarter GDP is now on track to rise 2.2% at an annualized rate.
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Prasanna Balachander Apr 15
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Pieri Apr 16
Two great articles in Vital reading for A Level students. Thanks and First lesson back after Easter now planned + current data / analysis for forthcoming exams.
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United Asset Apr 17
U.S. Futures are Higher on Earnings and Trade Data .
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The Insider Stories Apr 14
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Republicans are mean squirrels🏳️‍🌈🚵‍♂️ Apr 15
. said he would reduce the . It hit an all-time high instead
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Jeff A. Fortin, Veteran Apr 17
US trade deficit narrows to $49.4 billion in February
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