Trade Gap Swells To $41.8 Bil

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/15/2013, pA01
9 Sept.'s U.S. deficit expanded 8% from $38.7 bil in Aug. It was the 3rd consecutive monthly gain, but much of the rise was in volatile sectors and may not signal a lasting trend. Exports slid 0.2% to the lowest level since May. Imports were up 1.2%, a possible sign of strengthening demand. The biggest imbalances were with China and the EU.


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