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U.S. Documents | 27 February 2018 The Q4 Surge in the Trade Deficit is set for a Substantial Reversal
The closer we look at the startling surge in imports in the fourth quarter, the more convinced we become that it was due in large part to a burst of inventory replacement following the late summer hurricanes.

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27 February 2018 The Q4 Surge in the Trade Deficit is set for a Substantial Reversal

By Ian Shepherdson

The closer we look at the startling surge in imports in the fourth quarter, the more convinced we become that it was due in large part to a burst of inventory replacement following the late summer hurricanes.

Posted: 26th Feb 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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