TITLE

Oct. Trade Deficit $57.2B, Up From $56.6B in Sept

PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;12/12/2008, Vol. 366 Issue 33022, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the impact of the slowing global economy on the international trade of the U.S. The latest U.S. trade statistics show a slowing worldwide demand and that the October 2008 trade deficit declined to $57.2 billion from $56.6 billion in September. In addition, imports dropped $2.7 billion while exports also declined a larger $3.4 billion to their lowest level. The imports drop was led by the big plunge in oil and related items.
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35865171

 

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