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U.S. Documents | 26 April 2018 March Trade and Durable Orders Data to Boost Q1 GDP Forecasts?
The key data today, covering March durable goods orders and international trade in goods, should both beat consensus forecasts.

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26 April 2018 March Trade and Durable Orders Data to Boost Q1 GDP Forecasts?

By Ian Shepherdson

The key data today, covering March durable goods orders and international trade in goods, should both beat consensus forecasts.

Posted: 25th Apr 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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