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U.S. | 29 January 2019 No Trade Data Today, but You Can Assume the Trend is Deteriorating
The advance international trade data for December were due for publication today, but the report probably won't appear.

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29 January 2019 No Trade Data Today, but You Can Assume the Trend is Deteriorating

By Ian Shepherdson

The advance international trade data for December were due for publication today, but the report probably won't appear.

Posted: 29th Jan 2019 in 'U.S.'

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