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U.S. | 26 Sept 2019 Foreign Trade Set to Drag on GDP Growth for the Foreseeable Future
In the absence of reliable advance indicators, forecasting the monthly movements in the trade deficit is difficult.

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26 Sept 2019 Foreign Trade Set to Drag on GDP Growth for the Foreseeable Future

By Ian Shepherdson

In the absence of reliable advance indicators, forecasting the monthly movements in the trade deficit is difficult.

Posted: 26th Sep 2019 in 'U.S.'

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