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18 July 2017 Will Foreign Trade be a Drag on Second Quarter GDP Growth?

By Ian Shepherdson

Markets usually ignore the monthly import price data, presumably because they are far removed, especially at the headline level, from the consumer price numbers the Fed targets.

Posted: 17th Jul 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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