- Current Account Deficit at $113.8B. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;12/15/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31038, p2
Reports on the growth of the United States trade deficit on a current account basis in the third quarter of 2000, according to the Commerce Department.
- Anybody Notice the Trade Deficit? Stokes, Bruce // National Journal;8/14/99, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p2383
Deals with the trade deficit in the United States. Goods and services imported by the nation; Record of trade imbalance; Reasons economists argue that the deficit does not matter; Economic condition of the nation; Surplus in services; Oil prices; Nature of deficit.
- Trade Gap Falls 7.1% To $29.4B in August. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;10/20/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31000, p2
Reports on the decline of the trade deficit in the United States as of August 2000, according to data from the Commerce Department.
- Trade Deficit Fell To $27 Billion. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;
Reports on the decline of the United States' trade deficit in February 2001.
- Current Account Trade Deficit Falls. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;6/22/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31166, p2
Reports that the trade deficit on a current account basis in the United States has decreased in the first quarter of 2001.
- DEBUNKING THE DEFICIT 'THREAT' Losman, Donald // Industry Week/IW;09/04/2000, Vol. 249 Issue 14, p27
Discusses the myths about the trade deficit of the United States (U.S.). Status of the U.S. trade deficit in 1999; Implication of trade deficit; Details on the economic status of U.S.
- Trade Gap Falls for First Time in 4 Months. Golle, Vince // American Banker;10/21/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 203, p21
Reports on the fall in the United States trade deficit and the increase in imports during the month of August 1999. Commerce Department figures; Comments by economist Josh Feinman; Feuling of consumer spending by low unemployment rate.
- AMERICA'S RECORD TRADE DEFICIT: A Reflection of Economic Strength. Griswold, Daniel T. // USA Today Magazine;May2001, Vol. 129 Issue 2672, p24
Discusses the impact of trade deficit on the United States economy in 2001. Concerns on the gap between exports and imports; Challenges posed by trade deficit to the administration of President George W. Bush; Analysis of the notion of a balanced trade.
- Trade Gap Widens, Arousing Fed Interest. // American Banker;8/21/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 160, p19
Reveals that the trade gap between the United States and its global trading partners widened in June 2000. How the deficit had grown since May; The larger trade gap that Wall Street analysts had expected; What the Commerce Department attributed most of the June gain to.