- August Trade Deficit Climbs to $54.0B. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;10/15/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31990, p2
Reports that fueled in part by record deficits with China and South and Central America, the U.S. trade deficit expanded in August 2004, growing by 6.9% or $3.5 billion, to $54 billion, according to data released by the Commerce Department.
- U.S. FY 2004 Deficit Hits Record $412.5B. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;10/15/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31990, p2
Reports that the federal government posted a $24.4 billion surplus in September 2004, bringing the total fiscal 2004 deficit to a record $412.5 billion.
- Deficits Give Cause For Concern. // Emerging Markets Monitor;9/9/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p13
Reports on the trade deficits experienced by Hungary as of September 2002. Factors attributed to the deficits; Comparison of the deficits with that of 2001; Outlook of the country's financial status.
- U.S. international transactions in 1995. Brunner, Allan D. // Federal Reserve Bulletin;May96, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p383
States that the balance on trade in goods and services in the United States, increased by $5 billion, after years of substantial increases. Unsuccessful trade deficits with Canada and Mexico; Increases seen in exports throughout 1995; Drop on the balance on investment income of about two...
- International trade deficit in services increases. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;7/13/2001, p6
Reports on the year 2000 increase in the international trade deficit in services in Canada. Statistics of the trade deficit increase; Comparison to the 1999 travel deficit; Reflection of the spending restraint by Canadian governments.
- Floated or flooded by trade-deficit tide? Weidenbaum, Murray // Christian Science Monitor;2/17/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 60, p9
Suggests that concerns generated by the large trade deficit in the United States should be addressed.
- U.S. Trade Deficit Gapes to Record $25.9B. // American Banker;12/17/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 241, p24
Reports on a widening of the United States trade deficit, and explores the implications of this situation.
- Why the Trade Deficit is a Blessing. Brockway, George P. // New Leader;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p18
Explains why trade deficit is beneficial for the people of the United States. Suspected cause of trade deficit; Reason for the high interest rates since 1970; Why imports are disadvantage to Americans.
- ASK AN ECONOMIST. // Regional Economist;Jul2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p23
The article provides an answer to a question of U.S. trade deficit becoming a concern.
- Foreign trade. // Economic Bulletin for Europe;1993, Vol. 45, p63
Discusses foreign trade and payments in Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union. Exports, imports and trade balances of transition economies; Export performance of the Baltic states; Trade within the Commonwealth of Independent States, former Yugos lavia, and the Czech and Slovak republics.